Puberty, peers and risky behaviour: An examination of the relationships between pubertal development, peer affiliation, sexual behaviour and delinquency

Laurie Clark
The present study is an investigation of the relationships between pubertal timing, peer and romantic relationships, and delinquent and risk-taking behaviour in a sample that included youth heavily involved in such behaviours. Ninety-nine youth, males and females aged 13 to 19, were recruited through public advertisements (Community Group) and community agencies who serve youth involved with the justice system (Justice Group) to participate in the study. Youth were interviewed individually to assess peer relationships, romantic...
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