Experiments in a convenience store laboratory suggest the influence of the "tobacco power wall."
A new analysis of crime stats suggests that economics trumps biology in causing violent behavior in teenagers.
The short answer is, pretty well. But that’s not really the point.
Though the programming is marketed as a public service, "heavy viewers" have terribly misguided ideas about teenage motherhood.
Research finds that hacking and online theft among teenagers is widespread, but mostly harmless.
A 16-year-old from New Zealand might've just released the best pop album of the year. For some people, and for some reason, that's a problem.
New York's public health campaign could encourage moral outrage, hostility, and volatility toward young, predominantly impoverished girls of color.
Kids who bully other kids are much more likely to abuse their partners as teens.
Why do teenagers behave the way that they do online, sharing personal information with just about anybody who wants it? Look to the privacy paradox.