The Adolescent as Decision-Maker: Applications to Development and Education
Judith Worell, Allen J. Edwards, Fred Danner
Elsevier Science, Nov 11, 1989 - Psychology - 320 pages
This book reviews current theories and research on adolescent development and their implications for education. It is organized around the theme of the adolescent as decision-maker, and covers areas of normal development that are crucial for the transition to independence. The issues raised by the thoughtful reviews will stimulate discussion and debate and will provide new perspectives on adolescence.
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