Science Says #20: The Association between Parent, Family, and Peer Religiosity and Teenagers’ Sexual Experience and Contraceptive Use, Archived Resource

Science Says #20

Please note: This resource has been archived. Although still of value, data or information contained within this resource may no longer be the most currently available. This Science Says research brief examines the relationship between various measures of religiosity and teens' sexual activity and contraceptive use.

Publication date: November 2005

Author(s): Elizabeth Terry-Humen, M.P.P., Jennifer Manlove, Ph.D., Erum Ikramullah, Suzanne Ryan, Ph.D.

Suggested Citation(s): Terry-Humen, E., Manlove, J., Ikramullah, E., & Ryan, S. (2005). Science Says #20: The Association between Parent, Family, and Peer Religiosity and Teenagers’ Sexual Experience and Contraceptive Use. Washington, DC: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.