This chapter gives a comprehensive picture of children’s and adolescents’ sleep patterns in Australia between 2010 and 2016. It describes the times that children and adolescents went to bed and woke up, the amount and quality of their sleep, and how that changed as they grew. The characteristics of adolescents who do not get enough sleep, including whether they thought they got enough sleep, are also described.
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This chapter describes levels of gambling involvement and gambling-related problems among 16–17 year olds and their parents.
This chapter provides insights into the sexual behaviours of teenagers, as well as their experiences with unwanted sexual behaviours and pornograph
This chapter provides a snapshot of self-reported resilience among Australian 16–17 year olds.
Examines the peer relationships of Australian Children around mid-adolescence and the influence of these friendships on attitudes and behaviour.