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In response to a rise in extremism among Western youth, a new wave of research is addressing the interaction between adolescent development and extremism. This coincides with a renewed interest in psychological vulnerabilities, following a long period where psychological factors—narrowly defined...
Traditionally, victims were seen as weak, disempowered youth who typically had low-status in the peer hierarchy. However, accumulating evidence suggests that victimization experiences are not limited to those with low-status and that high-status adolescents may also be at risk. This review...
Accumulating research suggests that cybervictimization is associated with suicidal thoughts and behaviors in adolescents. However, the means by which cybervictimization may influence suicide risk remain unclear. This lack of knowledge is concerning, given widespread use of online communication...
Previous research indicates that concussion symptom presentation is population specific, with differences based upon patients’ sex and age. Awareness of signs and symptoms of concussion in youth and high school sports has improved in recent years. However, it is still widely unknown if sex...
Many children, adolescents, teenagers, and young adults have caring responsibilities for parents and family members. These young carers and young adult carers are present in every country. Their responsibilities include domestic chores as well as intimate personal care and other forms of helping...
Given the current societal crises, youth research has the task of establishing models that relate social context and subjectivity in order to create a framework for an appropriate discussion of the effects of material crises as well as effects of the discourse on crisis on children. This article...
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