25 Teenagers Psychological Facts | Golden Facts About Teenagers


25 Teenagers Psychological Facts | Golden Facts About Teenagers.


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25 Psychology Facts About Teenagers Are Listed Below:


#1: 7 In 10 Girls Believe That They Are Not Good Enough Or Don’t Measure Up In Some Way, Including Their Looks, Performance In School, And Relationships With Friends And Family Members.


#2: 75% Of Teenagers With Low Self-Esteem Reported Engaging In Negative Activities Like Cutting, Bullying, Smoking, Drinking, Or Disordered Eating.


This Compares To 25% Of Girls With High Self-Esteem According To The Survey.


#3: A Study Showed That The Percent Of Teen Girls, Who Feel Good About Themselves, Is Around 29% Compared To The Boys With A Percent Of 46%.


#4: A Teenage Girl’s Self-Esteem Is More Strongly Related To How She Views Her Own Body Shape, And Body Weight Than How Much She Actually Appears And Looks.


#5: About 20% Of Teens Are Likely To Experience Depression Before They Join College.


#6: Among High School Students, Approximately 44% Of Girls, And 14% Of Boys Are Attempting To Lose Weight According To The Survey.


#7: It Is A Myth That Teens Need Less Sleep Than Young Children.


They Need 9 To 10 Hours A Night, Scientists Say, Although Most Fall Short.


Sleep-Deprivation Only Exacerbates Moodiness, And Cloudy Decision-Making.


And Sleep Is Thought To Aid The Critical Reorganization Of The Teen Brain.


#8: Our Memories Can Be So Easily Manipulated That In Just 3 Hours, You Can Be Convinced You Committed A Crime In Your Teenage Years, A Research Found.


#9: Over 70% Of Teenagers Age 15 To 17 Avoid Normal Daily Activities, Such As Attending School, When They Feel Bad About Their Looks.


#10: Part Of The Teenager’s Limbic System, The Amygdala Is Thought To Connect Sensory Information To Emotional Responses.


Its Development, Along With Hormonal Changes, May Give Rise To Newly Intense Experiences Of Rage, Fear, Aggression, Excitement & Sexual Attraction.


#11: Puberty Is The Beginning Of Major Changes In The Limbic System In Teenage Life, Psychologist Said Referring To The Part Of The Brain That Not Only Helps Regulate Heart Rate, And Blood Sugar Levels But Also Is Critical To The Formation Of Memories, And Emotions.


#12: Shyness Is The Curse Of Every Teenager Wishing To Have Anything Like A Normal Social Life.


That Unfounded Anxiety When Talking To People, The Debilitating Reluctance To Speak Up.


#13: Teens Do Dramatic, Irrational, And Stupid Things Because Of Teen Brains.

After Infancy Brain’s Most Dramatic Growth Spurt Occurs In Adolescence, And That Growth Means Things Get A Little Muddled In A Teen Mind.

Teen Brains Are Also Wired To Seek Reward, Act Out, And Otherwise Exhibit Immaturity That Will Change When They Become Adults.

#14: Teen’s Minds Can Easily Be Distracted Or They Are Easy To Be Pleased.


That’s Why At This Age They Can Be Mentally Easily Cheated And They Have A Fear Of Commitments More Than Any Age.


#15: Teenage Brains Are Simply Wired To Seek Reward, A Study In 2014 Showed.


When Teens Got Money Or Anticipated Receiving Some, The Part Of Their Brain That Deals With Pleasure And Reward, The Ventral Striatum, Lit Up More Than In Adults In The Study.


#16: Teenagers Are More Likely To Take More Risks Than Any Other Age Group.


#17: Teenagers Are Not That Good At Reading Emotions As Adults Or Even Children.


#18: Teenagers Even Who Have To Get Up Early In The Morning Stay Awake Till Late Nights, And Often Face A Lack Of Sleep Or The Willingness To Sleep.


#19: Teenagers Have Less Self-Control; They Are Extremely Impulsive.


#20: Teenagers Who Do Not Positive Peer Relations With Family, Or Friends Are At A Higher Risk Of Developing Substance Abuse And Depression.


#21: Teens Can Become Easily Obsessed With Any Things, Person, Celebrities, Tv Series Than Any Other Age Group Because Of Their Teen Brain’s Puberty Development.


#22: Teens Mind Doesn’t Build To Do Hard Work, They Want Success Easily And Rapidly For That They Can Do Anything.


#23: Most Teens May Not Get Enough Sleep. Adults Usually Get Sleep Earlier Than Teens.

This Happens Because A Sleep Hormone Called Melatonin Is Secreted At Around 10 Pm Due To The Body’s Biological Clock.

This Hormone Is Naturally Secreted A Little Later In Teens, Making Them Sleepy Much Later In The Night.

#24: The Top Wish Among All Teen Girls & Boys Is For Their Parents To Communicate Better With Them.


This Includes Frequent And More Open Conversations.


#25: This Period Also Increases Social Anxiety In Teens.


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