is a very real part of life, but it's important to understand that it affects people differently depending on their background (Syed & Mitchell, 2013).
The above studies provide a useful starting point and establish emerging adulthood
as a legitimate area of criminological inquiry, as well as the continued need for integration of emerging adulthood
into theoretical paradigms in criminology.
19) Of the 395 participants, 80 were excluded due to missing childhood and/or adulthood
weight and/or height information required to calculate BMI.
Siblings who come from an intact family tend to have stronger and more frequent communication in adulthood
than those who come from non-intact families (Mack, 2004; Rocca et al.
The researchers found that as these children grew into adults, even some of those who had no psychiatric diagnosis as children -- nearly one in five -- stumbled in adulthood
, suggesting that difficulties were not limited to those with psychiatric diagnoses.
But the rigid image of adulthood
is very prevalent, and it's hard not to buy into.
Professor Dieter Wolke, of the University of Warwick, and Dr William Copeland, of Duke University Medical Center, led the research and found the 'bully-victims' presented the most significant health risk for adulthood
, being more than six times more likely to be diagnosed with a serious illness, smoke regularly or develop a psychiatric disorder.
The traditional transition period between adolescence and adulthood
has become extended.
The experience of bullying in childhood can have profound effects on mental health in adulthood
, particularly among youths involved in bullying as both a perpetuator and a victim," she added.
For this reason a recent study in Germany looked at the effect of breastfeeding in the prevention of major depression in adulthood
Boys and girls tended to handle anxiety from bullying differently (avoidance versus suicidality), but the effects of bullying were found to be substantial and varied in adulthood
Overweight or obese children who lose weight by the time they reach young adulthood
markedly decrease their cardiovascular risks, according to a report.
The changes that come with coming in adulthood
are something we all face, but for Janner Wingfeather, his brother's progress into adulthood
is cause for concern.
In your introduction to the first compilation, "coming-of-age" novels, you defined this stage as "the transition from childhood to adulthood
CHILDREN with behavioural problems at school are more than twice as likely to suffer chronic pain in adulthood
, researchers said.