Traducción de peer pressure en Español:

peer pressure

presión del grupo, n.

nombre

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    presión del grupo femenino
    • Some of this is part of an adolescent revolt against authority dictated by peer pressure.
    • At the impressionable ages between 13 and 16 peer pressure is the biggest influence.
    • This would teach them about humility and the appreciation of life without getting involved with aggression and peer pressure.
    • They also require voters to tell the truth - despite intimidation and strong peer pressure on both sides.
    • Factors like peer pressure and the accessibility of cigarettes might lead them to try smoking.
    • The power of peer pressure can be gauged by the automatic and predictable responses to challenges.
    • In science, as in so many fields, peer pressure and ridicule are tough to bear.
    • Yet she agrees they are highly susceptible to peer pressure.
    • The power of peer pressure is that it works on our psychology, not our intellect.
    • Some players tease him, but Paul brushes off peer pressure without dismissing his peers.
    • Perhaps peer pressure is the biggest influence in this respect but where do they get their attitudes from?
    • At this age they are less likely to feel influenced by peer pressure, said researchers.
    • Otherwise he argues, more will continue to start drinking at an early age and will become victims of peer pressure.
    • But isn't a little bit of exposure to peer pressure and bullying a part of preparation for adulthood?
    • At the age of twelve I was influenced by peer pressure and started to drink cider which is a popular drink among young people as it is cheap and strong.
    • Medical decisions should be made outside the influence of alcohol or peer pressure.
    • Fitting in often meant dealing with peer pressure to use drugs or drink alcohol or pick on other students.
    • But there is no peer pressure that you should read, play an instrument or that you should go to exhibitions.
    • The myth is perpetuated that the young are beyond adult control, governed solely by peer pressure.
    • It has become common to find even girls in pubs because of peer pressure and the influence of TV and films.