emerging adulthood

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emerging adulthood

(i-merj'ing a-dult'hud?)
A period of personal development in which young adults (between about 18 and 25 years old) become less dependent on their parents but have not yet completed their education, established a durable relationship with another person, formed a family, or entered the work force.
Synonym: prolonged adolescenceemerging adult
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Release date- 13082019 - Choom (CSE: CHOO; OTCQB: CHOOF), an emerging adult use cannabis company that has secured one of the largest national retail networks in Canada, is pleased to announce that it has signed a purchase agreement (the 'Agreement') to acquire Ninetails Cannabis Inc.
This index has shown high validity and reliability in both emerging adult and adult populations (Dechant, 2014).
According to the company, its 25,000 square foot facility in Kelowna BC, built specifically for extraction, is now licensed under both the Narcotics Control Regulations (NCR) and the ACMPR, allowing transition into Canada's emerging adult use market with a regulatory advantage.
The present study seeks to investigate how emerging adult non-brokers, infrequent language brokers, and frequent language brokers differ in terms of their well-being and their perceptions of their parenting by their family of origin.
As a young, newly independent, emerging adult, belonging to this staff community became addictive, intrinsically rewarding, and transformational.
Highly correlated with the need for defining the concept is how the cumulative effects of a declining economy later helps to define part of emerging adult's identity, an identity that tends be explained as exploratory, recreational, and self-focused.
Moreover, it also provides a safe and structured environment in which students can explore various aspects of their emerging adult life, independence, values, personal goals and friendship.
A survey of all patients attending the National Center for Childhood Diabetes at the Schneider Children's Medical Center of Israel (SCMCI) between January 1st, 2011 and December 31st, 2011, yielded 397 emerging adult T1D patients aged 18 to 30 years.
The emerging adult period has been increasiling studied over the last years in a wide range of disciplines, such as sociology, education, and psychology, among others.
In the absence of a tested and reliable measure of parent involvement among emerging adult college students, two dimensions of parent involvement relevant to this age-group were identified among those included in a meta-analysis of parent involvement among preschool through high school students (Fan & Chen 2001).
Cognitive functioning in emerging adult populations is pivotal as recent studies indicate that age-related decline in cognition may begin in the early 20s (11).
(5) For this reason, evaluation of low back pain and associated risk factors during the emerging adult period is warranted, and may highlight viable targets of behavioural and clinical interventions.
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