If you’re reading this, you’re probably part of “Gen Z.” Find out how you compare with the generations before you, like the Millennials, and ask yourself whether you think this list is accurate.
Parents who do too much for their kids run the risk of not preparing them adequately for adulthood.
Maybe you’ve played a game for so long that it wasn’t even fun anymore, but you just couldn’t put it down. A psychological study looks at why adult brains and teen brains respond differently to disappearing rewards.
A middle-school student shares her thoughts about the challenges today’s teenagers face.
Being an adult is less about obvious markers like driving a car or owning a home and more about the way a person approaches life.
Check out this infographic which shows how technological advances have hugely changed the social interactions of teens over the last two decades.
Cellphones are clearly a distraction for teen drivers, but they’re only part of the problem.
You may not have all the rights an adult has, but you might be surprised to learn which constitutional guarantees apply to you regardless of your age.
Find out how director Bo Burnham ensured that his story of a teenager making the transition from middle school to high school would authentically capture the experience.
Ready to do some good? Of course you are! Read about We Day, which hopes to harness the good intentions of young people.
For many people your parents’ age and older, getting a driver’s license at age 16 was a rite of passage. Read about some reasons why today’s teenagers aren’t that interested in getting behind the wheel.
The United States Supreme Court may seem very far removed from your everyday life, but its rulings really do matter to you. Learn about ten decisions that directly affect your school and home life.
Click this link to read about the findings of a study that surveyed teenagers about how they represent themselves on social media.
This article emphasizes the positive effects self-compassion can have on young people as they navigate the stresses of adolescence.
Ever wonder what using social media does to your brain? Read to learn what one team of researchers found when exploring this topic.
The author of this article takes issue with the stereotype that teenagers engage in risky behaviors because their brains are out of control, as some researchers have suggested.
Researchers at Penn State University are studying how young people who are going through puberty perceive the faces of others they encounter, and how these perceptions are related to social behaviors and relationships.
Computer programs gather information about people based on every web site, news article, or item that they view or buy online. Using algorithms, computers can form a picture of each person’s personality better than a friend or family member. Read what you should know about protecting yourself and your privacy.
This article points out that members of the millennial generation face a number of challenges as they adjust to life as adults in “the real world.”
Click this link to get some helpful tips on managing your personal finances.