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Adolescence is a time of rapid physical and psychological change in the body.
True, Adolescene is a time of rapid physical and psychological change in the body.
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True, Adolescene is a time of rapid physical and psychological change in the body.
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True, boys and girls experience different changes to their bodies during adolescene.
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Which of the following is NOT a common feeling during adolescence? A. increased desire for independence B. changes in self-perception C. increased sensitivity D. sense of security and calmness
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