A South African study has found that hormonal imbalances in girls aged 11-14 can lead to emotional reactions and possible relationship problems with their peer group. The researchers undertook a qualitative study to ascertain what kind of relationship problems young adolescent girls experienced and how they handled these problems. The…
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A study led by Dr Terrance Fitzsimmons of the University of Queensland has found that girls educated in single-sex schools are equally as self-confident as boys educated at single-sex schools. The Hands up for Gender Equality study, based on a survey of over 10,000 students in Years 7 to 11…