Understanding the Formation of the Real Self in the Adolescent

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Understanding the Formation of the Real Self in the Adolescent
As unique as any person may be, he or she can only define his or her identity through the interaction with others in a social setting. For the adolescent, this development is challenged by many factors which do not impact other groups of individuals, due largely to the fact that while the psychosocial development of the adolescent is taking place, the adolescent is also developing as an organism. Cognitive development, physical development, and even emotional development are directly correspondent to the physical development of the adolescent, and can in no way be expedited, as much as the adolescent or the family of the adolescent may wish. In...
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.....adolescent identity development.
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