Sexual self-concept and sexual motivation as predictors of adolescent girls' sexual satisfaction

McKay, Alexander
June 2006
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;2006, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p114
Academic Journal
The article presents a discussion on adolescent sexuality specifically the inquiry into the relevance of the sexual self concept of adolescent girls to their sexual behavior. Included is a study by Impett and Tolman on sexual self-concepts and motivations for sexual intercourse among late adolescent girls and their relevance to sexual satisfaction. The study explored the relationship existing between sexual self-concept, approach sexual motivations, and sexual behavior and sexual satisfaction among the girls who were sexually active.


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