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Title: Self-esteem as a Factor of Separation in Early Adolescence
Authors: Radionova, Kateryna
Радіонова, Катерина Сергіївна
Keywords: self-esteem
early adolescence
Issue Date: 7-Apr-2021
Publisher: National Aviation University
Citation: Radionova K. Self-esteem as a Factor of Separation in Early Adolescence // Polit. Challenges of Science Today. Humanitarian Sciences: abstracts of XXI International Conference of Higher Education Students and Young Scientist. – National Aviation University. – Vol. 1. - Kyiv, 2021. – P.123-125.
Abstract: Early adolescence is characterized by changes in relationships with peers, teachers, and parents, the personality becomes more autonomous, begins to separate from parents, chooses their life guidelines. Separation in adolescence plays a significant role at the inception of psychological maturity, adaptation to new living conditions, teaches to be responsible for actions, life, to make a decision. A certain stuck at this stage leads to dependence on parents, fear of making decisions independently, managing their lives.
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