A major part of the day is spent online by adolescents these days. The growing up years spent by the elderly during their time, was a lot different from how it is for the the teenagers of this generation. How the still-developing brains of teenagers cope with the abundant information around them is a mystery and an interesting area of research for many a researchers.
A new study claims that students, who are popular, are more likely to be smokers.
According to a new study by psychologists from University of Missouri, the stories that young adults tell about themselves, reflect their self-perception and identity and may vary depending on their gender.
When children are in good health, their stressful transition elementary school to middle school becomes much smoother, claims a new study. During the study, the researchers noted that those students who had chronic conditions such as asthma, obesity, learning disabilities, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and those with health-related needs, also had lower academic performances.
Teenage could be a difficult time for many a parents and adolescents as well, as it is thought that teenagers grow increasingly distant from their parents. However, according to a new study, it is important that teens spend time with parents for their overall development. The study found that those who spent time with their dads in the presence of others had better social skills with peers, while those who spent time alone with their dads had better general self-worth.