Adolescence: a case study

United States, 1978

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A study of adolescence as a time of change. Explores the life of Angie, a 17 year old high school student. Shows her at home, at school and with friends. Dr John Flavell talks about Piaget’s concept of “formal operations” and explains mental development in adolescence.

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McGraw-Hill Films

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00:19:56:00

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United States
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1978

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