Adolescent Romantic Relations and Sexual Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practical Implications

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Contents
Introduction: Paul Florsheimvii
Contributorsxv
Part I: NORMATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON ROMANTIC RELATIONS             AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR AMONG ADOLESCENTS
1 The Role of Romantic Relationships in Adolescent Development     Wyndol Furman and Laura Shaffer3
2 National Estimates of Adolescent Romantic Relationships     Karen Carver, KaraJoyner, andJ. Richard Udry23
3 Biological Influences on Adolescent Romantic and Sexual Behavior     Carolyn Tucker Halpern57
4 Love Matters: Romantic Relationships Among Sexual-Minority Adolescents     Lisa M. Diamond85
5 Conflict and Negotiation in Adolescent Romantic Relationships     Shmuel Shulman109
6 Attachment Styles and Adolescent Sexuality     Jessica L. Tracy, Phillip R. Shaver, Austin W. Albino,     and M. Lynne Cooper137
Part II: PERSPECTIVES ON ROMANTIC AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR              AMONG HIGH-RISK ADOLESCENTS
7 Psychopathology and Relational Dysfunction Among Adolescent Couples: The Structural Analysis of Social Behavior as an Organizing Framework     Trina Seefeldt, Paul Florsheim, andLorna Smith Benjamin163
8 When Love Hurts: Depression and Adolescent Romantic Relationships     Deborah P. Welsh, Catherine M. Grello, andMelinda S. Harper185
9 Child Maltreatment, Adolescent Dating, and Adolescent Dating Violence     Christine Wekerle andEffie Avgoustis213

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