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      Adolescent development.

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          This chapter identifies the most robust conclusions and ideas about adolescent development and psychological functioning that have emerged since Petersen's 1988 review. We begin with a discussion of topics that have dominated recent research, including adolescent problem behavior, parent-adolescent relations, puberty, the development of the self, and peer relations. We then identify and examine what seem to us to be the most important new directions that have come to the fore in the last decade, including research on diverse populations, contextual influences on development, behavioral genetics, and siblings. We conclude with a series of recommendations for future research on adolescence.

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          Journal
          Annu Rev Psychol
          Annual review of psychology
          Annual Reviews
          0066-4308
          0066-4308
          2001
          : 52
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Department of Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122, USA. lds@astro.temple.edu
          Article
          52/1/83
          10.1146/annurev.psych.52.1.83
          11148300
          3b90f786-512b-4577-bfca-f147caea3933

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