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-A transition period of human development that occurs between
childhood and adulthood. Girls go through this period earlier
than boys do.
- adolescence covers the period of life between 10 and 20 years
of age!

-a period in which young people develop abstract thinking
abilities, become more aware of their sexuality, develop a clearer
sense of psychological identity, and increase their independence
from parents.
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- During a one-year growth spurt, girls can gain an average of 3.5
inches in height (spurt typically occurs two years earlier for girls than
for boys)
- Weight gain results from increased body fat in girls.
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- During puberty, changing hormonal levels play a role in activating
the development of secondary sex characteristics. (growth of pubic
hair, menarche (first menstrual period for girls), growth of underarm
hair, increased production of oil, increased sweat gland activity, and the
beginning of acne.
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ecent research suggests that teens' brains are not
completely developed until late in adolescence. Specifically, studies
suggest that the connections between neurons affecting emotional,
physical and mental abilities are incomplete. (Strauch, 2003) This
could explain why some teens seem to be inconsistent in controlling
their emotions, impulses, and judgments.

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- boys gain an average of 4.1 inches in height
- increased muscle development
  
       
- During puberty, changing hormonal levels play a role in activating
the development of secondary sex characteristics. (growth of pubic
hair, growth of underarm hair, increased production of oil, increased
sweat gland activity, and the beginning of acne, penis growth , voice
changes, facial hair growth
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