Area Specific Self-Esteem and Adolescent Sexual Behavior
The purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between self-esteem and the sexual behavior and intended behavior of adolescents. Students (n=1,659) completed a questionnaire designed to elicit information regarding self-esteem, sexual behavior and intended behavior.
Young, Michael; Denny, George; and Spear, Caile. (1999). "Area Specific Self-Esteem and Adolescent Sexual Behavior". American Journal of Health Studies, 15(4), 181-188.
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