Rink, Elizabeth; Tricker, Ray
March 2005
American Journal of Health Studies;2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1/2, p39
Academic Journal
This article discusses the resiliency research on adolescent health behavior. A review of the resiliency research is provided. A conceptual framework provides a conceptual base to describe how the resiliency research may protect adolescents from engaging in negative health behaviors. In addition implications for planning, implementing and evaluating adolescent health promotion programs are also discussed.


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