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Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 23: Adolescence: Psychosocial Development
Coast Learning
A brief look at the period of adolescence and development tasks that should be completed at this time.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 21: Adolescence: Biosocial Development
Coast Learning
Biosocial development during adolescence is looked at.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 22: Adolescence: Cognitive Development
Coast Learning
A look at the cognitive development that takes place during adolescence.

Child Development: Stepping Stones - Lesson 24: Adolescence: Summary
Coast Learning
The conclusion of the look at adolescent development.

Adolescent Risk-Takers: The Power of Peers
Nature Video
Teenagers are often thought of as reckless risk-takers. This age-old stereotype is partly supported by modern studies but that may only be one side of the story. Research shows that young adolescents are highly attuned to social risks, which often affects their decisions. In this film, neuroscientist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore explains the science of peer-influence and a group of adolescents give their own perspective on the risky business of being a teenager.

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