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Puberty Adolescence

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This stage includes the development of body hair (and, for boys, facial hair). Puberty
This stage includes becoming financially independent from one's parents. Adolescence
This stage may include being influenced more by peers than by family. Adolescence
This stage includes becoming capable of reproduction. Puberty
Teens often experience acne during this stage. Puberty
The pituitary gland puts this stage into motion. Puberty
A person may be in his or her late twenties or thirties before this stage is over. Adolescence
The stage at which this stage begins is younger than it was 100 years ago. Puberty
Sex hormone in males responsible for the changes during puberty. Testosterone
Sex hormone in females responsible for the changes during puberty. Estrogen
The development of secondary sex characteristics and beginning of reproductive capacity. Puberty
The transition from childhood to adulthood. Adolescence.
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