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Pressures of adult world


Pressures of peer group


Rational thinking




Binge Drinking


Identity Diffusion


Imaginary Audience


Moral Development


Personal Fable


Risky Behaviors


Storm and stress



Is there a "rush" in risky behaviors that temporarily "blinds" good judgment? What is motivating Maggie, Aron, and Kevin to engage in different risky behaviors? Are they "thinking" clearly?


Why is it that adults, for the most part, do not trust adolescents with being able to have the good sense to learn from their experiences such as drinking, smoking, drugs, and sex?


Why does Maggie interact differently with her mother, father, Aron, and Kevin? Is there a "real" Maggie? How does Maggie see "herself"? Can she take others' perspectives?

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