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A structural model of well-being, spontaneity and self-efficacy: Italian validation between adolescents and young adults.

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Summary of "A structural model of well-being, spontaneity and self-efficacy: Italian validation between adolescents and young adults."

The passage from adolescence to young adulthood introduces many challenges and chances aimed at promoting independence, financial self-sufficiency, assumption of responsibilities and separation from parents. Literature shows that in the continuum between these two phases of life, many factors intervene, producing significant differentiations.

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Name: Trends in psychiatry and psychotherapy
ISSN: 2238-0019
Pages: 136-143

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