Educating the Learning Disabled Adolescent About Sexuality

Rothenberg, Gloria S.; Franzblau, Susan H.; Geer, James H.
November 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1979, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p576
Academic Journal
Presents a sex education program initiated by the parents of a group of learning disabled young adults. Difference between the integration of sexual knowledge with social functioning among men and women; Comparison between the importance of intimate emotional and sexual relationships, and similarities in academic knowledge.


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