Allison Kropkowski 002: This pin relates to the chapter because it discusses how to handle parent-child relationship issues. When adolescence is reached, teens tend to drift from their parents causing disputes in the home. The article talks about how these disputes can carry over into every day life, and gives a way to avoid this for both the listener and the speaker.
Victoria Finochio Pin 1 This article relates to the chapter because it discusses Adolescent Egocentrism. In the article it brings up adolescents’ development of paranoia tendencies about self-importance. I also talks about this stage of new way of thinking and the imaginary audience.
In this article, it discusses how anorexia in adolescence is often a form of loss of control. This can be because of their changing bodies or change in life style/home life. This ties into the chapter because we discussed how eating disorders are very prevalent in teenage years.
Kaitlyn Berry 2_This article discusses the problems between parents and their teenagers and some of the common conflicts. It relates to the chapter because in the chapter we learned about how teenagers are closer to their friends than they are to their parents. This article also talks about identity vs. role confusion which we also talked about in class.
Alli Sanchez. Pin 1-002. This article is about the physical effects that video games have on teenagers. It relates to the chapter because it talks about aggression and vulnerability that teens can experience.
Courtney Robles Pin 1- This article discusses the growth of an adolescent's brain. Doctors and researchers have found that the activities that teenagers are involved in sets up how adolescents' brains are wired. They also discuss how the changes of the prefrontal cortex, cerebellum, and the corpus callosum affect an adolescent's interests and personality.