April Gile Thomas

April Gile Thomas

Dec 05, 2016

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About This Project

Adolescence is a period of heightened vulnerability to social influence, particularly from parents and friends. This study uses an experimental design to a) examine the effect of parent and peer influence on adolescents' risk behavior across two stages of development, b) identify whose influence adolescents are most susceptible to - parents or friends, and c) explore which factors affect adolescents' ability to resist social influence.

Campaign Ended

A psychology project funded by 11 people