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Adolescent Development 3

HDF 306 Lecture 10: Work, Leisure, and Media
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Work, Leisure and Media  The rate of adolescent’s employment...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 9: Social Transitions
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Social Transitions I ...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 8: School context I
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School Context I HDF 306 Course Objectives  Transitions ...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 7: Peer Groups II
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Peer Groups II HDF 306 Peer Groups  Rejection  Clique...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 5: Family Context III
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Family Context III HDF 306 Do you remember…  The great rece...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 6: Peer Groups I
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Peer Groups I HDF 306 Peer Groups  On average, what percent...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 4: Family Context II
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Family Context II HDF 306 Sibling relations  Research findi...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 3: Family Context I
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Family Context I  Psychosocial Development o Ident...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 2: Cognitive Transitions
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Cognitive Transitions Cognition development in adolescence  ...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
HDF 306 Lecture 1: Biological Transitions

Biological Transitions What is puberty?  A period during whic...

Central Michigan University
Human Development & Family
HDF 306
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organi...

West Virginia University
Psychology
PSYC 302

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