adolescent turmoil

adolescent turmoil

In psychoanalytic theory, the belief that adolescence is invariably accompanied by behavioral or psychological upheaval. This is no longer thought to be inevitable or even the usual case.
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Though the sections on Callas provide a wonderful mini-biography, they are more valuable in underlining the book's extremes of adolescent turmoil. Operatic portrays a wide range of teen drama as seen through Charlie's eyes, including the tentative steps of two boys who are just beginning to explore their feelings for each other.
The assumption of adolescent turmoil was commonly supported by psychologists in the years following Hall's publication of Adolescence.
The relationship between heavy metal and rap music and adolescent turmoil: Real or artifact?
His young actors were experienced enough to give technically excellent performances, clearly spoken and precise; and at the same time their youthful energies and freshness allowed a fast-paced, convincing reading of the play as a study of adolescent turmoil.
Now I buy copies of hit records that meant to much to me in my adolescent turmoil and wonder what all the fuss was.
Q: Are these changes different from what might be recognized as adolescent turmoil?
Pretty, sturdy-looking Melissa Allen built her wistful but open-faced Cowgirl so honestly, showing how complicated adolescent turmoil can be, that she took the ballet and everyone in it to a timeless place.
In recent months, something qualitatively very different from normal adolescent turmoil has been happening.
In these times of educational and adolescent turmoil, Balmoral Hall School provides a secure, caring, educational environment for parents and students who value academic achievement and personal success.
Several studies have brought attention to the fact that bipolar disorder is often unrecognized or misdiagnosed in children and adolescents as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (A.D.H.D.), Conduct disorder, adolescent turmoil, and other disorders (Akiskal et al., 1985; Akiskal & Weller, 1989; Carlson, 1990; Davis, 1979; Delong & Aldershof, 1987; Gammon, John, & Rothblum, 1983; Isaac, 1991; Isaac, 1992; Neiman & Delong, 1987).
The first states that heavy metal and rap listeners will be in more adolescent turmoil than will non-heavy metal and non-rap listeners.
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