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Objective To examine the association meta analysis sex education in West Sussex parent-based sexual health interventions with 3 primary youth outcomes—delayed sexual activity, condom use, and parent-child sexual communication—as well as several secondary outcomes. Influence of family type and parenting behaviours on teenage sexual behaviour and conceptions.
Outcomes: Mean increase in communication scores, protective factors, monitoring Follow-up: Three months. However, a previous systematic review of the use of this theory found that it was employed most frequently to understand behavior, but not to design intervention components, methods or applications.
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Examining the relationship between adolescent sexual risk-taking and perceptions of monitoring, communication, and parenting styles. Download references. The validity of employment interviews: A comprehensive review and meta-analysis. Sexual communication between early adolescents and their dating partners, parents, and best friends.
Communication about sexual issues: Mothers, fathers, and friends. Most statistical considerations we discuss in the context of correlation coefficients also apply to other effect size statistics such as standardized mean differences.