An authoritative, broad, and practical survey of the social, psychological, and physical development of American teenagers.
* Two volumes of A-Z entries provide an authoritative view of teen-related subjects-from bullying to learning styles to risk perception
* Contributors include leading biologists, medical researchers, behavioral and social scientists, attorneys, and educators
Number of pages: 918
Weight: 2100 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 63 mm
"Overall, each discussion provides reliable, introductory-level coverage, and the set's arrangement will assist researchers seeking quick access to information." - School Library Journal
"Presents a wide range of topics that will be useful for school reports as well as interesting for high school, college, and general readers." - Booklist