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_______ are especially likely to profit from extracurricular pursuits that require them to take on meaningful roles and responsibilities. A. Overweight adolescents B. Adolescents with physical limitations C. Adolescents with academic, emotional, and social problems D. Popular-prosocial adolescents
Adolescents with academic, emotional, and social problems are especially likely to profit from extracurricular pursuits that require them to take on meaningful roles and responsibilities.
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Adolescents with academic, emotional, and social problems are especially likely to profit from extracurricular pursuits that require them to take on meaningful roles and responsibilities.
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