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Intended and Ideal Family Size in the United States, 1970-2002.
Cross-nationally, observed fertility is well below mean levels of reported ideal family size and also usually well below survey respondents' fertility desires and intentions. The United States is an… Expand
School-Based Extracurricular Activity Involvement and Adolescent Self-Esteem: A Growth-Curve Analysis
- Lisa A. Kort-Butler, Kellie J. Hagewen
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of youth and adolescence
- 1 May 2011
Research on adolescent self-esteem indicates that adolescence is a time in which individuals experience important changes in their physical, cognitive, and social identities. Prior research suggests… Expand
Risk Factors for Running Away Among a General Population Sample of Males and Females
The present study examines risk factors for running away and homelessness among a sample of more than 7,000 currently housed youth using the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add… Expand
Is very low fertility inevitable in America? Insights and forecasts from an integrative model of fertility