Pathways through Adolescence: Individual Development in Relation to Social Contexts

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Self-esteem. Rosenberg ( 1965) self-esteem measure. (α = .78)

Peer delinquency. Respondent's perception of the proportion of his or her friends who are engaged in each of a variety of delinquent acts. (Alpha inappropriate, and test-retest not available.)


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