Teen sexuality

Kaul, Paritosh; Alderman, Elizabeth M.
January 2003
Patient Care;Jan2003, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Discusses the role of physicians in addressing problems associated with teen sexuality. Definition of sexuality; Issues that should be discussed between physicians and adolescents; Importance of gender identity to the establishment of the sex roles of adolescents; Factors influencing the variations in adolescent sexual behavior.


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