through emerging adulthood
"tend to make gains in forcefulness and
We hypothesize, according to existing literature on stalking, cyberstalking, and emerging adulthood
, that post-relationship contact and tracking will be common following the breakups of emerging adults.
El fenomeno del adulto-joven o del emerging adulthood
esta muy difundido en Europa, con connotaciones y caracteristicas especificas de las diversas areas culturales de este continente (Sur y Norte de Europa).
: Understanding the new way of coming of age.
They highlight key ingredients to effective vocational programming in juvenile detention, such as integration of traditional career theories with constructs pertinent to this population (emerging adulthood
, sociopolitical development, social cognitive career theory).
Gender differences in the age-changing relationships between instrumentally and family contact in emerging adulthood
. Developmental Psychology, 42, 787-797.
Understanding Neuroticism in Emerging Adulthood
: Integrating the Contributions of Erikson and Fromm.
Key characteristics of major depressive disorder occurring in childhood, adolescence, emerging adulthood
, and adulthood.
We have heard of Tiger Mums and Libby, a thirteen-year-old on the cusp of an emerging adulthood
, has the emotional task of negotiating a tiger mother whose social expectations, controlling behaviours and emotional distance result in deeply-felt angst.
Thus, as an example, considering the class and age groups, and LOC variable: we might expected that individuals of higher SES, during emerging adulthood
, will have the opportunity to explore identity choices in the moratorium status (cf.
A study published in the Emerging Adulthood
journal found that the women spent nearly 12 hours of their days texting, listening to music, surfing the Web and social networking.
Alcohol use has systematic age-related trends with peak consumption and abuse occurring in emerging adulthood
(18 to 25 years; Chassin et al.