Some of the new papers we discussed this year, that either I found, or a student brought in:
Marvan et al. (2006): Interesting data in Mexico examining reactions to puberty, and how they differ both by current age group (teenager – seniors), and how prepared they had been for first menstruation.
Mora (2012): An ethnographic study of middle school Latino boys, and there interactions around puberty, physical development, physical strength, and development.
Shaw et al. (2013): Demonstrated that girls with obstructive sleep apnea were behind other girls on breast development.
As always, our discussions about puberty were more lively than I could truly convey in a blog post, but overall an energetic discussion.
“The post Adolescent Development: Puberty 3 first appeared on Eva Lefkowitz’s blog on January 20, 2015.