Luiz Antonio Del Ciampo and Ieda Regina Lopes Del Ciampo
Adolescence is an important stage characterized by major physical, emotional, cognitive, and social changes that occur in the transition from childhood to adulthood, with personality development, identity formation and search for social space. During this period, the adolescent is considered a person of greater vulnerability, given the numerous factors that can influence their daily lives. Among these factors, the excess of school activities can be highlighted as generating stress and emotional overload, leading to several consequences. This article presents some characteristics of the emotional development of adolescents and discusses the importance of stress in academic life and its potential to trigger burnout.
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