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13 October 2011

Moms affect teenagers' sexual attitudes

A study suggests that maternal attachment and television viewing influence boys and girls differently.

A study suggests that maternal attachment and television viewing influence boys and girls differently.

Research to date has shown that adolescents' mothers have been found to socialise their children towards sexual responsibility and mainstream sexual attitudes.

 
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