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U.S. Teens in Our World: Understanding the Health of U.S. Youth in Comparison to Youth in Other Countries
Barry Leonard (ed). The International Health Behavior in School-aged Children (HBSC) study has coordinated comparable, nationally representative school-based surveys of teens every 4 years since 1985-86. The overarching goal of the HBSC study is to understand adolescent health & health-related behavior in the context of family, school, & peers, using international comparisons to demonstrate common factors & highlight differences associated with cultural influences. This chartbook investigates areas where U.S. adolescentsí health or health-related behaviors emerged as significantly different from those of adolescents in other countries in positive, negative, or suggestive directions. Charts, tables & graphs.
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