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Kayci Fuller, University of Wyoming

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Jeremy Weaver

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Precocious puberty, puberty occurring before the age of 8 in girls and age of 9 in boys, is continuing to increase in frequency, especially for girls. Precocious puberty can be caused by genetic abnormalities, diseases, obesity, and/or endocrine disruptors . This informative research paper emphasizes the current conditions of the topic through a literature review and examination of reported cases of precocious puberty. The results of this research found that precocious puberty caused two major types of effec ts: micro effects and macro effects. The micro effects include health, social, and psychological effects. The macro effects include changing the current sex educations programs used in schools, an increase in government costs, and the need to modify parent ing styles.

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Oral Presentation, UW Honors Program , Wyoming INBRE

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Social Effects of Precocious Puberty

Precocious puberty, puberty occurring before the age of 8 in girls and age of 9 in boys, is continuing to increase in frequency, especially for girls. Precocious puberty can be caused by genetic abnormalities, diseases, obesity, and/or endocrine disruptors . This informative research paper emphasizes the current conditions of the topic through a literature review and examination of reported cases of precocious puberty. The results of this research found that precocious puberty caused two major types of effec ts: micro effects and macro effects. The micro effects include health, social, and psychological effects. The macro effects include changing the current sex educations programs used in schools, an increase in government costs, and the need to modify parent ing styles.