Annotated Bibliography for the Article Review Final Paper

Annotated Bibliography for the Article Review Final Paper


PSY600: Introduction to Graduate Study in Psychology (PYA1746B)



Casey, B.J., Jones, R., and Hare, T. (2008). The Adolescent Brain. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 111-126.

Adolescence happens during the time between childhood and adulthood that comes with different changes in physical, psychological,and social development.There is evidence in this study that shows a heightened responsiveness to motivations even though impulse control is still developing.The findings in this study suggests that there are different developmental systems during adolescence that are compared to childhood and adulthood.

Choudhury, S., Blackemore, S., and Charman, T. (2006). Social cognitive development during adolescence. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience. 165-174 doi:10.1093/scan/nsl024

During adolescence, social relationship is very important. This study goes over the development of the brain changes between childhood and adulthood. The data is about the development of emotional perspective taking during adolescence.

Christie, D., and Viner, R. (2005). Adolescent development. BMJ : British Medical Journal; Vol. 330, 301-304.

Working with adolescence can be hard because there are many changes that happen during this time. When it comes to the health of the adolescence, it’s the parents job to take care of them. The challenge is being able to have an effective clinical relationship with the parent and adolescence.

Steinberg, L. (2005). Cognitive and affective developmentin adolescence. TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences Vol.9 No.2. 69-74

Adolescence feel that they have no control of their parents. With the developing of the brain, behavioraland cognitive systems at different ratesthis increases vulnerabilityand adjustment in adolescence. This study helps to understand the adolescence brain in this stage of life.

Valkenburg, P., and Peter, J. (2007).Preadolescents’ and Adolescents’ Online Communication and TheirCloseness to Friends. Developmental Psychology. Vol. 43, No. 2, 267–277 DOI: 10.1037/0012-1649.43.2.267

Adolescents spends more time on the Internet then adults. This study has two goals: 1) how online communication is related to the closeness of existing friendships and 2) refine 2 opposing hypotheses, the rich-get-richerand the social compensation hypotheses.

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