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The effects of three abstinence sex education programs on student attitudes toward sexual activity.
Adolescence. 1991 Fall; 26(103):631-41.A

Abstract

The effects of three abstinence sex education programs on student attitudes toward sexual activity were studied. The programs were administered to 7th- and 10th-grade students in three school districts in the State of Utah. All students were administered a pre- and posttest survey to determine attitude change. The independent variables were program, grade level, gender, and pre/posttest. The dependent variable was the combined and averaged response to 12 questions taken from the survey. There was a four-way interaction between the independent variables. The Sex Respect program produced the most positive attitude change.

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Department of Psychology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

1962546

Citation

Olsen, J A., et al. "The Effects of Three Abstinence Sex Education Programs On Student Attitudes Toward Sexual Activity." Adolescence, vol. 26, no. 103, 1991, pp. 631-41.
Olsen JA, Weed SE, Ritz GM, et al. The effects of three abstinence sex education programs on student attitudes toward sexual activity. Adolescence. 1991;26(103):631-41.
Olsen, J. A., Weed, S. E., Ritz, G. M., & Jensen, L. C. (1991). The effects of three abstinence sex education programs on student attitudes toward sexual activity. Adolescence, 26(103), 631-41.
Olsen JA, et al. The Effects of Three Abstinence Sex Education Programs On Student Attitudes Toward Sexual Activity. Adolescence. 1991;26(103):631-41. PubMed PMID: 1962546.
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