College is a major milestone for emerging adulthood
, but this may mean different things to different people.
The convergence between emerging adulthood
and antisocial behaviors is well established.
Weight status at adulthood
was our primary outcome variable.
While childhood bonds between siblings can have a large impact on future relationships, not as much is known about how that relationship changes in adulthood
and throughout life.
9 percent had at least one of the problems in adulthood
that complicates success, and 23.
At followup during young adulthood
, the prevalence of overweight or obesity was 54.
The challenges, difficulties, and rewards one seeks or encounters upon entry into adulthood
are some of the best material a novelist could ask for, and the protagonists, not being fully formed, are the perfect medium for the novelist's imagination.
Those youngsters whose teachers highlighted severe and continuous behavioural problems aged seven, 11 and 16 were more than twice as likely to suffer CWP in adulthood
compared with children who were well behaved.
KEY WORDS: adolescent mothers; educational attainment; high school; transition to adulthood
To describe changes in intake during the transition from middle adolescence to young adulthood
and identify baseline correlates of calcium intake in young adulthood
, US researchers analysed data from Project EAT (Eating Among Teens).
1) But in spite of these widespread rumours of its demise, there has been little substantial discussion of what actually constitutes adulthood
On the Frontier of Adulthood
reveals a startling new fact: adulthood
no longer begins when adolescence ends.