Document Type : Original Article


1 Master's student in educational research, Principal of Ramsar city primary school, Iran

2 Elementary education expert, Fifth grade teacher of Ramsar city, Iran


Adaptability in teenagers as the most important sign of their mental health is one of the topics that has attracted the attention of many sociologists, psychologists and educators in recent decades. Social growth is the most important aspect of the growth of every person's existence, and the criterion for measuring the social growth of everyone is his compatibility with others. Adaptation, like physical, emotional and mental growth, is a continuous quantity and it gradually reaches perfection and is achieved naturally during life and in dealing with experiences. In other words, with the passing of childhood and entering adolescence, psycho-social development changes from a simple transformation to a profound and qualitative transformation, and by using social skills, a teenager can find his place among social interactions and relationships with peers and find adults and be socially accepted. Success in social acceptance leads to adaptability and may bring a person to the stage of social influence, which is a higher level than social acceptance, and at this stage, he can influence those around him. In the definition of compatibility, it can be said that compatibility means the relationship that exists between a person and his environment, especially the social environment, and enables him to respond to his needs and motivations.


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