A comparison of personal factors in pregnant and non-pregnant adolescent girls
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AbstractA descriptive study was conducted to examine if interpersonal (self-reported satisfaction with family and friends) and intrapersonal (sexual-self concept and loneliness) differences existed among pregnant and non-pregnant adolescent girls. Thirty-four adolescent subjects, aged 13-19 years, participated in the study. The subjects completed the Demographic Questionnaire, Family APGAR, Friends APGAR, Sexual-Self Concept and Revised UCLA Loneliness Scale. Data analyses demonstrated no significant differences in interpersonal and intrapersonal factors in pregnant and non-pregnant subjects.
Degree ProgramGraduate College