Teens: A Primer

Slatalla, Michelle
November 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/6/2000, Issue 43, p82
Discusses a study done by the Liberty Mutual Group and Students Against Destructive Decisions which finds that parents underestimate the frequency of unsafe behaviors, such as drunk driving. Comments from Andrew Wolvin, a researcher who studies how people listen; Advice for allowing teenagers to communicate with parents. INSETS: NO KIDS;EQUAL WORK;CHILDHOOD TRAUMAS, by Lisa McLaughlin.


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