• Psychology
  • Published 2006

CHANGING RESIDENCE: RISKS FOR SUBSTANCE USE AND OTHER DELINQUENT BEHAVIORS BY ADOLESCENTS

@inproceedings{Rouse2006CHANGINGRR,
  title={CHANGING RESIDENCE: RISKS FOR SUBSTANCE USE AND OTHER DELINQUENT BEHAVIORS BY ADOLESCENTS},
  author={Beatrice A. Rouse},
  year={2006}
}
Each year, about 5 million adolescents change their residence. This moving often results in not just a changed residence. In addition, moving often results in changed school, social, and physical environments. These external changes combined with the various hormonal and other internal changes that occur during adolescence present various challenges and opportunities for both the youth and for those adults interested in their well-being. If not dealt with appropriately, these changes can result… CONTINUE READING

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