The association of health attitudes and perceptions for youths 12-17 years of age and their parents, United States, 1966-1970
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The association of health attitudes and perceptions for youths 12-17 years of age and their parents, United States, 1966-1970

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    Association of health attitudes and perceptions for youths 12-17 years of age
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    A descriptive analytical report on the nature and degree of agreement between U.S. youths and their parents with regard to health perceptions and attitudes related to the growth and development of the youth, based on a national survey of youths 12-17 years of age in the noninstitutionalized U.S. population. Data derived from a comparison of responses by each youth and his parent(s) to questions on the general health status, health behavior, aspirations and expectations in education, independence, and personal and social values of the youth are presented and discussed with respect to age, sex, race, family income, kind of place of residence, geographic region, and selected behavioral characteristics of the youth.
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    [Lincoln I. Oliver]. Chiefly tables. Includes bibliographical references.
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