The scale had internal consistency of 0. View Article Google Scholar 7. Psychological Evaluations and Psychosexual Evaluations: Psychometric evaluation of the marijuana and stimulant effect expectancy questionnaires for adolescents. Beth Bourdeau , Joel W.
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Multi-group analyses indicated the factor structure, the relationships among factors, and the relationships between the factors and sexual behaviors were equivalent for males and females and across age groups. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. Response rates Altogether, 1, youth respondents completed the Wave 1 survey. The branching capabilities also allow younger or sexually inexperienced respondents to skip over questions that are inappropriate for their age level and experience. Given the identity category choices of heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, or something else, 2. As you can see, these lines of questioning have gradually progressed from broader, normative, and more benign types of questions to those that may feel more intrusive. Need for intimacy in relationships and motives for sex as determinants of adolescent condom use.
Chandra, Mosher, Copen, and Sionean Data collected from a national sample of 13, men and women between and Contact us Kinsey Institute Offices Phone: Journal of Youth and Adolescence In The Kinsey Data , Gebhard and Johnson reexamined the amount of homosexual experience in Kinsey's basic sample of noninstitutionalized males and females. Pietropinto and Simenauer Pietropinto and Simenauer conducted a large-scale survey of men in which they asked: The Adolescent Sexual Activity Index will provide researchers and practitioners with an interpretable tool for examining developmental patterns that precede sexual intercourse.
The first hypothesis claims there is a difference between the off-line sexually experienced and the inexperienced. Applied Developmental Psychology 25 , This study also allowed for an examination of current barriers to communication about sexuality including the ways that those barriers differ and influence communication for African American, Latino and White parents and teens. This can manifest as an increased need to come in contact with themes related to sex, or to engage in sex-related issues. The present study was conducted on respondents girls and boys of those families remaining active in the longitudinal study.