Popular teenagers more likely are to struggle in adulthood

Researchers followed almost 200 13-year-olds for a decade and found that those who cared more about their social status and exhibited "pseudomature" behaviors had a higher chance of being less competent and well-adjusted as adults than their less-popular peers. The study in the journal Child Development also showed a greater likelihood of substance abuse among popular teens.

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