Sex-related patterns of worry in secondary school pupils.

This investigation sought data concerning sex differences in the worry patterns of children. The sample comprised 182 comprehensive school pupils, 91 boys and 91 girls, between the ages of 12 years 1 month and 13 years 7 months. The Simon-Ward Worry Survey (1976) was administered in order to ascertain the frequency and intensity of worry experienced in the… (More)