Normative Sexuality Development in Adolescence: A Decade in Review, 2000–2009

@inproceedings{Tolman2011NormativeSD,
  title={Normative Sexuality Development in Adolescence: A Decade in Review, 2000–2009},
  author={Deborah L. Tolman and Sara I. McClelland},
  year={2011}
}
This review details a key innovation across the field of adolescent sexuality research over the last decade—conceptualizing sexuality as a normative aspect of adolescent development. Anchored in a growing articulation of adolescent sexuality as having positive qualities and consequences, we provide an organizing framework for understanding sexuality as normative and developmentally expected. Using this framework, we report on 3 specific areas of research that have developed “critical mass” over… CONTINUE READING

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