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Duration: CME/CE Points: Author(s):
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CME : 0.5
MOC : 0.5
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How Adolescent Boys’ Need for Friendship Affects Their Mental Health is organized by American Medical Association (AMA).

Recorded Date: Nov 01, 2017
End Date: Nov 01, 2020

Duration:
Clinical Review Audio 37 min 52 sec

Accreditation:
MOC/CME Information: 0.5 Credit CME

Description:
Adolescent boys are notoriously difficult to deal with. However, some of their behaviors mask a need they have for developing intimate friendships. Being adolescent boys living in a macho culture, many deny that they need these relationships. Niobe Way, EdD, professor of Developmental Psychology at New York University, has spent her professional career studying adolescent boys’ relationships with each other and how they affect their behaviors. She explains how to intervene to help them better understand their needs for intimacy, which, in turn, helps them to better relate with people and avoid unpleasant behaviors.

Educational Objective:
•  To understand how adolescent boys' friendships affect their mental health.

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Target Audience

Geriatrics, Genetics

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