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The adolescent is no longer a child, but by the same argument cannot be regarded as a little adult. According to Arnett (1999) it is within the nature of the adolescent to seek out new experiences, to find independence and to break new ground. There is also a desire to find a personality, make a mark on the world and become established as an adult. The adolescent is regarded as reactive and enthusiastic, passionate, full of curiosity ...

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