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5 August, 18:35

Which statement about parent-child relationships in adolescence is true? 1. Research shows that puberty is related to a decrease in intensity of parent-child conflict. 2. Adolescents' new powers of reasoning contribute to a decline in family tensions. 3. Parent-son conflict tends to be more intense than conflict with daughters. 4. Psychological distancing is a modern substitute for leaving the family around the time of puberty.

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  1. 5 August, 18:44
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    Because going through puberty you dont really want to be around your family you want to explore and make new friends and kinda be on your own.
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