Cognitive, psychosocial, and reported sexual behavior differences between pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents.

@article{Holden1993CognitivePA,
  title={Cognitive, psychosocial, and reported sexual behavior differences between pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents.},
  author={George W Holden and Peggy B Nelson and Juan Vel{\'a}squez and Kathryn Ritchie},
  journal={Adolescence},
  year={1993},
  volume={28 111},
  pages={557-72}
}
A wide variety of variables have been related to the occurrence of adolescent pregnancy. However, many previous studies have produced conflicting results and are univariate in nature. The purpose of this study was to assess differences in pregnant and nonpregnant adolescents on variables from three domains: cognitive, psychosocial, and reported sexual behavior. Sixty-nine pregnant adolescents and 58 comparison adolescents filled out nine questionnaires presented on microcomputers. Significant… CONTINUE READING

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