A survey of adolescent military family members' self-image
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The Offer Self-Image Questionnaire was administered to 135 adolescent military family members, ages 13 through 18. The data suggest that the usual demands placed on the military family do not deter the adolescent from developing a healthy self-image.
KeywordsFamily Member Health Psychology School Psychology Military Family Usual Demand
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