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2016 Selection of Media Events

                                                                                     

                                                                                        Featured Article:        What is it About 20-Somethings?

                                                                                        New York Times, Robin Marantz Henig, 8/18/2010

                                                                                             This question pops up everywhere, underlying concerns
                                                                                             about  “failure to launch” and “boomerang kids.”

 

 

 

 

you're an adult but your brain might not be one »

CNN, Jacqueline Howard, 12/21/2016

 Overall, most neuroscientists agree that ‘there’s no magic age at which the brain reaches adulthood,’ said Jeffrey Jensen Arnett.

life decisions: making decisions from teens... »  

 Voice of America,  12/08/2016

“How does a young person choose a career? How do you make adult decisions when you don’t feel like one?" Robert Michael and Jeffrey Arnett tackle these questions.

Psychology says you need to achieve these.. »

Business Insider, 11/18/2016

When Jeffrey Jensen Arnett was starting out as a research psychologist, he asked hundreds of people a simple question: ‘Do you feel like you've reached adulthood?’

Why Is Dating in the App Era Such Hard Work? »  

 The Atlantic,  11/2016

Americans are now considered prime candidates for dating from age 14 or younger to close to 30 or older. That's about 15 years, or roughly a fifth of their lives....

A longer road to adulthood  »

Globe Mail, Dougherty/Clarke, 10/18/2016

As the need for education delays entry into adulthood, experts ask: Is it time to redefine what 'growing up' means?

911 Anniversary: Millennials seek hope »  

 Palm Beach Post,  Leslie Streeter, 9/9/2016

“Mike, we got bombed!” That’s what four-year-old Arthur Wesley remembers his mother screaming to his father on Sept. 11, 2001, as they watched television, and saw one plane, and then another...

young adults are more likely to accept help... »

Market Watch, Jillian Berman, 8/1/2016

I was eight months out of college and feeling pretty good about myself when first confronted with the reality that I perhaps wasn’t as much of an adult as I thought.

end of the empty nest »  

 Columbia Daily Tribune,  6/24/2016

Today’s parents of young adults ‘were the young people of the famous generation gap of the ’60s and ’70s; they were complaining that their parents were so stuffy.

a joy or a drag? Parents whose adult »

Washington Post, 5/31/2016

A study released last week by the Pew Research Center found that 32 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds now [live at home]

millennial men are more likely to live at home »  

  Cosmopolitan, Hannah Smothers 5/26/2016

Knowing what we know, it shouldn't come as a huge surprise to learn that there are more Millennial men living at home with their parents than living on their own with romantic partners.

more millennials moving to denver, says report »

Denver Bus. Journal, Ben Miller, 4/6/2016

Only two other U.S. cities are attracting more millennials moving in than Denver, according to a new report. …

experiences, not family ties , lead millennials »  

 The CW, Tulsa, OK, 4/5/2016

 'More than any generation before them, millennials have the freedom and flexibility to make moves in search of new experiences and opportunities,’ said Dr. Jeffrey Arnett.


will you sprint, stroll, or stumble into a career? »

New York Times, Jeffrey J. Selingo, 4/5/2016

At the age of 18, G. Stanley Hall left his home in the tiny village of Ashfield, Mass., for Williams College, just 35 miles away, with a goal to ‘do something and be something in the world.’

experiences, not family ties, lead »

 Yahoo Finance, 4/4/2016

It seems distance does not make the heart grow fonder – especially if you're between the ages of 18 and 35.

four ways talented 20-somethings »

Forbes, Daniel R. Porterfield, 3/21/2016

Wes Fillman chose a liberal arts college because he knew a great education would enhance his future. But he never could have imagined his early professional trajectory unfolding as it did.

How to help kids make the leap »

 RLTV, Elizabeth Fishel, 2/29/2016

Eight years after the Great Recession hit, entering the adult world of work remains a perilous transition for young people.


psychology says you need to »

Business Insider UK, Drake Baer, 1/12/2016

When Jeffrey Jensen Arnett was starting out as a research psychologist, he asked hundreds of people a simple question: ‘Do you feel like you've reached adulthood?’

millennials must make their own »

 The Daily Trojan, Jordyn Holman, 2/21/2016

“…But for all the young adults who are going through their 20s right now, settling down and locking down a full-time job becomes less and less plausible given the economy and changing American society.."


the three things that mean you »

The Independent, Mollie Goodfellow, 1/15/2016

If you've achieved these three things, you can say you're an adult

when are you really an adult »

 The Atlantic, Julie Beck, 1/05/2016

Is there a point at which you stop physically developing, when you are officially an “adult” organism? That depends on what measure you choose.



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