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Ask a UT Psychologist (Genetic Risks for Delinquency) -- Paige Harden

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Uploaded on Sep 16, 2011

In a recent study, Paige Harden, assistant professor of psychology at The University of Texas at Austin, found teens who have sex in romantic relationships are less likely to get into trouble than teens who are abstaining. She also found substantially higher levels of delinquency among teens who are having non-romantic sex ("hooking up"). Watch her discuss these topics and more in a Knowledge Matters 5-part video series.

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