Teen Pregnancy

The Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention (DAAPPP), currently funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, includes studies focused on adolescent sexual health issues. Studies address a variety of topics including: the incidence, prevalence, antecedents and consequences of teenage pregnancy and family planning; and behavioral factors related to sexually transmitted infections.

Individual Studies in the Teen Pregnancy Collection

Adolescent Fertility

1970-2001 State and City Data on Adolescent Fertility
Investigators: Compiled by Child Trends, Inc: Angela R. Papilla, Kerry Franzetta, Jennifer Manlove, Kristin Moore, Erum Ikramullah, Suzanne Ryan, & Elizabeth Terry-Humen
This dataset is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent and young women's fertility in the United States and provides statistics on the number of births, first births, non-marital births, birth rates and non-marital birth rates, tobacco use, low birth weight, and the percentage of births to fathers four or more years older than mothers aged 18 or younger
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Adolescent Fertility

1970-2003 State and City Data on Adolescent Fertility
Investigators: Compiled by Child Trends, Inc: Kerry Franzetta, Erum Ikramullah, Jennifer Manlove, Kristin Moore, & Sarah Cottingham
This dataset is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent and young women's fertility in the United States.
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Youth Risk Behavior 1997

The 1997 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The goal of this study was to monitor the prevalence of youth behaviors that most influence health focusing on health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood.
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Youth Risk Behavior 1999

The 1999 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The goal of this study was to monitor the prevalence of youth behaviors that most influence health focusing on health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood.
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Youth Risk Behavior 2001

2001 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The goal of this study is to monitor the prevalence of youth behaviors that most influence health and focuses on priority health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey 2003

2003 National School-based Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This study was designed to measure the prevalence and correlates of drug use in the United States household population aged 12 and over.
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Family Growth

National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle 6, 2002
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
The purpose of this study was to produce national estimates of: factors affecting pregnancy-including sexual activity, contraceptive use, infertility, and sources of family planning services; factors affecting marriage, divorce, cohabitation, and adoption; what men and women do to raise their children; and mens and womens attitudes about sex, childbearing, and marriage.
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Contraceptive Use Among Women Having Abortions

National Survey of Contraceptive Use Among Women Having Abortions, 2000-2001
Investigators: Rachel K. Jones, Jacqueline E. Darroch, & Stanley K. Henshaw, The Alan Guttmacher Institute
This was a survey of women having abortions about their contraceptive behavior during the month they became pregnant. A main goals of this survey was to determine the extent to which contraceptive non-use, and problems with methods, resulted in abortion.
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Adolescent Health wave 3

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), Wave III, 2001-2002, Public Use Education Data
Investigators: Catherine Riegle-Crumb, Chandra Muller, Kenneth Frank, Kathryn S. Schiller, Stephen Roey: Carolina Population Center
This study was designed to collect data helpful in analyzing the transition between adolescence and young adulthood.
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Study of Adolescent Health 1994-1996

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, Waves I, II, III, and IV, 1994-1996, 2000-2002, 2007-2008 (Add Health)
Investigators: Kathleen Mullan Harris, Director, ADD Health Wave IV, Carolina Population Center
This dataset is a special merged version of Waves I-IV, in which the Main Respondent Files from all three waves have been merged into a single analysis file
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Study of Adolescent Health 2001-2002

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, Wave III, 2001-2002 (Add Health)
Investigators: J. Richard Udry, Carolina Population Center, UNC at Chapel Hill
Add Health examines the general health and well-being of adolescents in the US. The research emphasis in Wave III of this study was on the multiple domains of young adult life that individuals enter during the transition to adulthood, and their well-being in these domains: labor market, higher education, relationships, parenting, community involvement.
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Study of Adolescent Health 2007-2008

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, Wave IV, 2007-2008 (Add Health)
Investigators: Kathleen Mullan Harris, Director, Add Health Wave IV, Carolina Population Center
Add Health examines the general health and well-being of adolescents in the US. The research emphasis in Wave IV was the developmental and health trajectories across the life course of adolescence into young adulthood using an integrative approach that combines social, behavioral, and biomedical sciences in its research objectives, design, data collection, and analysis.
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Alternative High School Youth Risk

1998 Alternative High School Youth Risk Behavior Study
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The purpose of this study was to identify the prevalence and age of initiation of priority health-risk behaviors among students attending alternative high schools, and identify the need for school health programs and policies for students attending alternative high schools.
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Adolescent Males

National Survey of Adolescent Males, Old Cohort, Waves 1-3, 1988, 1990-91, 1995
Investigators: Freya L. Sonenstein, Joseph H. Pleck, Leighton Ku & Charles F. Turner
This study includes three waves of interview data from never-married males (15 to 19 years old in 1988) and includes topics such as sexual and contraceptive history and attitudes, knowledge and attitudes about sexually transmitted diseases,work history, pregnancy and childbearing history, and child support and childrearing practices.
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Adolescent Fertility

1960-1995 National and State Data Files on Adolescent Fertility
Investigators: Kristin A. Moore, Nancy Snyder, Angela Romano, & Laura Gitelson
This dataset is is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent and young women's fertility in the United States and includes statistics on the number of births, first births, non-marital births, birth rates and non-marital birth rates, abortions, pregnancies, infant mortality rates, low birth weight, the percentage of never-married women, and the incidence of third trimester (late) or no prenatal care.
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Adolescent Males New Cohort

National Survey of Adolescent Males, New Cohort, 1995
Investigators: Freya L. Sonenstein, Leighton Ku, Joseph H. Pleck, & Charles F. Turner
NSAM is a nationally representative survey of teenage men, designed to increase knowledge and understanding of the determinants of adolescent male contraceptive use, sexual activity and related risk behaviors.
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Contraceptive Use Among Women Having
          Abortions

1994-1995 National Survey of Contraceptive Use Among Women Having Abortions
Investigators: Stanley Henshaw
This study details a broad range of characteristics of abortion patients, including socioeconomic status, religious affiliation, residence, childbearing intention, and contraceptive use prior to the pregnancy.
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Survey of Family Growth

The National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle 5, 1995 (NSFG)
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This is the fifth in a series of periodic surveys of women designed to supplement the vital statistics of fertility and of family formation and dissolution with detailed information on the intermediate variables which shape these trends.
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Oakland Michigan Contraceptive Study

The Oakland County, Michigan Contraceptive Self-Care Study, 1987-1989
Investigators: Deborah Oakley
This study assessed the effectiveness of nursing intervention in contraceptive care at the Oakland County Health Division in Michigan.
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Alabama Adolescent Health Survey

The 1993 Alabama Adolescent Health Survey
Investigators: Steve Nagy
This study examined the exercise patterns, sexual activity and abuse history, attitudes toward sexuality, attitudes toward education, time use patterns, health care, mental health and suicide, nutrition, substance use, and knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases of Alabama adolescents.
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Sexual Behavior of Youth at Risk for HIV Exposure

Social Influences on the Sexual Behavior of Youth at Risk for HIV Exposure, 1992
Investigators: Daniel Romer
This study was conducted to aid in the design of HIV prevention-related interventions in poor urban minority communities.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey 1995

1995 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This study focuses on priority health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood.
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Child Maltreatment

Washington State Study of Victimization and other Risk Factors for Child Maltreatment among School Age Parents: 1989-1992
Investigators: Debra Boyer
The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence, etiology and prevention of child maltreatment by adolescent parents.
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The Baltimore Multigenerational Family Study

The Baltimore Multigenerational Family Study: Family Processes of Adolescent and Young Adult Mothers, 1987-1988
Investigators: P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Jennifer L. Matjasko
This study examined African-American teenage mothers, their mothers, and their children in order to understand how family relationships affect the life prospects of the children of teen mothers.
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Adoption and Birthmother Adjustment

1987-1990 Openness in Adoption and Birthmother Adjustment
Investigators: Ruth G. McRoy
This study was designed to examine the consequences of variations in openness for all members of the adoption triad: birthmothers, adoptive parents, and adopted children.
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Adolescent Decision-Making and Contraceptive Behavior

Adolescent Decision-Making and Contraceptive Behavior: San Francisco, 1984-1986
Investigators: Nancy E. Adler, Susan M. Kegeles, & Charles E. Irwin, Jr.
This study investigated adolescent decision-making regarding contraceptive use and reproductive intentions.
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Adolescent Fertility

1960-1993 National and State Data Files on Adolescent Fertility
Investigators: Kristin A. Moore and Nancy Snyder, Child Trends, Inc.
This dataset is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent and young women's fertility in the United States.
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Adoption Component of AFL Care Projects

Evaluating the Adoption Component of AFL Care Projects, 1989-1990
Investigators: Steven D. McLaughlin and Terry R. Johnson, Battelle Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation
This study was designed to determine if any of the actions taken by Adolescent Family Life (AFL) pregnancy counseling programs have an effect on the likelihood that pregnant adolescent clients will elect to place their children for adoption.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey

1993 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The 1993 National YRBS focuses on priority health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood.
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Adolescent Fertility

1960-1992 National and State Data Files on Adolescent Fertility, Assembled by Child Trends
Investigators: Kristen A. Moore & Nancy Snyder
This dataset is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent and young women's fertility in the United States.
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National Survey of Men

1991 National Survey of Men
Investigators: Koray Tanfer, John O.G. Billy, William R. Grady & Daniel H. Klepinger
This study was conducted to examine issues related to sexual behavior and condom use among U.S. men aged 20 to 39.
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National Survey of Women

1991 National Survey of Women
Investigators: Koray Tanfer
This study examined sexual, contraceptive, and fertility behaviors, and the factors associated with these behaviors
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Antecedents of Adolescent Sexual Attitudes and Behavior

Antecedents of Adolescent Sexual Attitudes and Behavior: Contextual Data Supplement to the 1976-1987 National Survey of Children
Investigators: Kristen A. Moore
This study examined the contextual predictors of adolescent sexual intercourse and teen attitudes about sex.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey

1992 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study examined selected types of health behaviors among youth that could lead to a greater risk for morbidity and mortality.
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Parental Involvement in Minors' Abortion Decisions

Parental Involvement in Minors' Abortion Decisions, 1990-91
Investigators: Stanley K. Henshaw & Kathryn Kost
This study examined abortion decision-making behavior of pregnant minors to determine whom they consulted in abortion decisions.
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Family Growth

National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle IV, 1988 and 1990, Telephone Reinterview
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This is the fourth in a series of periodic studies of women 15-44 years of age and includes topics such as timing of first intercourse; pregnancy, contraceptive, marital, and cohabitation histories; employment and occupation; child care, fecundity, and sterility; prenatal medical care; family planning services; birth expectations; AIDS and HIV knowledge; ethnicity; religion; and income.
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Adolescent Males

National Survey of Adolescent Males, 1988 and 1990-91
Investigators: Freya L. Sonenstein, Joseph H. Pleck, & Leighton Ku
The is a two-wave, longitudinal study that followed young men from adolescence, the period of initiation of sexual activity and other risk behaviors, into the beginning of young adulthood to determine adolescent males' behaviors, education and knowledge concerning human sexuality, contraception, and sexually transmitted diseases.
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Adolescent Women's Contraceptive Decision-Making

Adolescent Women's Contraceptive Decision-Making Project, Baltimore City, 1988
Investigators: Carol Weisman & Stacey Plichta
This longitudinal study explored whether consistency of contraceptive use is associated with young woman's social network and their attitudes towards pregnancy and contraception.
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Health Behavior Study

1991 Health Behavior Study of Detroit Minority Youth
Investigators: Kathleen Ford & Anne Norris
The aim of this study was to evaluate AIDS knowledge, perception of risk, and risk behaviors related to sex in a sample of urban, low income, African American and Hispanic adolescents and young adults.
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Impact Evaluation of Teen Outreach

Impact Evaluation of Teen Outreach, 1984-1989
Investigators: Association of Jr. Leagues International
This data set contains five years of evaluation data for the Teen Outreach program.
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The Costs of Teenage Childbearing

Re-Evaluating the Costs of Teenage Childbearing, 1988-1991
Investigators: Saul D. Hoffman, E. Michael Foster, & Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr.
This study examined the effects of early childbearing on a wide range of outcomes, including economic status and the probability of high school graduation.
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Pregnancy Prevention Programs for Urban Teens

Evaluation of Pregnancy Prevention Programs for Urban Teens, 1981-1984
Investigators: Laurie S. Zabin, Marilyn B. Hirsch, Edward A. Smith & Mark R. Emerson
This study was an evaluation of the effectiveness of a school-based program for the primary prevention of pregnancy among inner-city adolescents.
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Decision to Parent or Relinquish among Adolescent Mothers

The Short-term Consequences of the Decision to Parent or Relinquish among Adolescent Mothers, 1993
Investigators: Linda D. Winges, Diane L. Manninen, & D. H. Klepinger
This is longitudinal study of adolescent clients of a pregnancy counseling agency, some of whom chose to place their child for adoption and some who chose to parent.
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Child Health

National Health Interview Survey on Child Health, 1988
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
The topics covered in this study included child care, marital history of the child's parents, geographic mobility, circumstances of the pregnancy and birth, injuries, impairments, acute conditions, chronic conditions, passive smoking, sleep habits, school problems, developmental problems, and use of health care services.
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Adolescents Exposure to TV and Movie Sex

1985 Adolescents and Their Exposure to TV and Movie Sex
Investigators: Bradley S. Greenberg
The focus of this study was to identify and examine the characteristics of adolescents which are associated with their media experience.
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Adolescent Sexual Behavior

The Study of Adolescent Sexual Behavior: Hormone Supplement, Tallahassee, Florida, 1982
Investigators: Richard Udry
This was a two wave panel study that explored adolescent attitudes and behavior with respect to sexuality. For the Hormone Supplement Behavior a subset of participants were asked to provide samples of blood and saliva.
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Adolescent Sexual Behavior

The Study of Adolescent Sexual Behavior, Tallahassee, Florida, 1980-1982
Investigators: Richard Udry
This was a two wave panel study that explored adolescent attitudes and behavior with respect to sexuality.
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Adolescent Sexual Behavior

The Study of Adolescent Sexual Behavior, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1978-1981
Investigators: Richard Udry
This is the third wave of a panel study exploring a adolescent attitudes and behavior with respect to sexuality.
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Factors Affecting Teenagers' choice of Abortion

1980 Multi-City Study of Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Abortion Clinics
Investigators: Laurie Schwab Zabin & Samuel D. Clark, Jr.
The study examined why teenagers coming to family planning, prenatal or abortion clinics for the first time chose a particular clinic and why they (may have) delayed their decision to get professional help.
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Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Prenatal Clinics

1980 Multi-City Study of Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Prenatal Clinics
Investigators: Laurie Schwab Zabin & Samuel D. Clark, Jr.
These prenatal clinic data were gathered as part of an investigation of why teenagers coming to family planning, prenatal or abortion clinics for the first time chose a particular clinic and why they (may have) delayed their decision to get professional help.
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Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Family Planning Clinics

1980 Multi-City Study of Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Family Planning Clinics
Investigators: Laurie Schwab Zabin & Samuel D. Clark, Jr.
This study explored the reasons why teenage family planning clinic patients choose the particular clinic in which they enroll, as well as the clinic characteristics that may encourage young patients to come for contraceptive help promptly or may contribute to their delay in seeking services.
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Clinic-Level Data

1980 Multi-City Study of Factors Affecting Teenagers' Choice of Family Planning, Prenatal, and Abortion Clinics: Clinic-Level Data
Investigators: Laurie Schwab Zabin & Samuel D. Clark, Jr.
These clinic-level data were gathered as part of an investigation of why teenagers coming to family planning, prenatal or abortion clinics for the first time chose a particular clinic and why they (may have) delayed their decision to get professional help.
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Family Growth

National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle IV, 1988
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
Topics covered in this study of women aged 15-44 include the month and year of first intercourse; pregnancy, contraceptive, and marital and cohabitation histories; employment and occupation; child care; fecundity and sterility; prenatal medical care; family planning services; birth expectations; ethnicity; education; religion; and income.
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Adolescent Males

1988 National Survey of Adolescent Males
Investigators: Freya Sonenstein, Joseph Pleck, Leighton Ku & Charles Calhoun
This was a nationally representative survey of never married American males 15 to 19 years old with a primary focus on the education and knowledge of human sexuality, contraception and STDs.
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Teen Fertility Control

Testing an Intervention Model for Teen Fertility Control, 1986-1988
Investigators: Marvin B. Eisen
This is a three year evaluation of an experimental Health Belief Model-Social Learning Theory (HBM-SLT)-based intervention program. SSEDL (subscription)
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Survey of Children

1976-1987 National Survey of Children: Waves 1, 2, and 3
Investigators: Nicholas Zill, James L. Peterson, Kristin A. Moore, & Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr.
This study queried a national sample of children and their parents on such topics as physical, social, and psychological well-being; education, work, marital, and child-bearing patterns; and dating, delinquent, sexual, and contraceptive behavior.
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Study of Adolescents at Risk

1984-1986 Study of Adolescents at Risk, and Their Children, in Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis
Investigators: Arlene R. Stiffman
This was a 2-year longitudinal, naturalistic study of high risk pregnant and never pregnant female adolescents using public inner city health clinics. Topics include mental health diagnoses and symptoms; somatic complaints; chronic illness; self-esteem; locus of control; sexuality; pregnancy; children's physical, intellectual and emotional development.
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Adolescent Fertility

1960-1988 National and State Data Files on Adolescent Fertility, Assembled by Child Trends
Investigators: Kristin A. Moore & Nancy Snyder
This data set is a compilation of secondary data on adolescent fertility in the United States. It includes such topics as age, race, and year; number of births; number of first births to teen mothers; number of out-of-wedlock births; number of abortions; birth rates, pregnancies, and abortions per 1,000 women; low birth weight incidence; percent of women unmarried; total number of first births; infant mortality rates; late or lack of prenatal care; and number and percent of teen mothers on AFDC.
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Contraceptive Use Among Women Having Abortions

1987 Alan Guttmacher Institute National Survey of Contraceptive Use Among Women Having Abortions
Investigators: Stanley K. Henshaw, Jane Silverman, Jacqueline Darroch Forrest & Elise Jones
This study aimed to produce reliable national estimates of contraceptive failure rates, corrected for the underreporting of abortions.
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Contraception Among Low-Income Child Abusing and Neglecting Mothers

Fertility and Contraception Among Low-Income Child Abusing and Neglecting Mothers in Baltimore, MD, 1984-1985
Investigators: Susan J. Zuvarin
This study examined fertility patterns and contracepting behaviors of mothers who personally neglect their children and mothers who either physically abuse or allow someone else to physically abuse their children.
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Premarital Sex Relations and Pregnancy

1980-1985 Philadelphia Study of Premarital Sex Relations and Pregnancy Among Puerto Rican Youths
Investigators: Manuel J. Gutierrez, Braulio Montalvo, Kay Armstrong, David Webb & Gary Pickens
This was 4-wave longitudinal study of urban Puerto Rican youth and their parents focused on family and peer involvement concepts and variables which pertain to sexuality and pregnancy-related behavior and outcomes.
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Reasons Women Choose Abortion

1987-1988 Alan Guttmacher Institute Survey of Reasons Women Choose Abortion
Investigators: Aida Torres & Jacqueline Darroch Forrest
This study examined womens' reasons for having an abortion, and reasons for delaying abortion until the second trimester.
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Birthweights of Infants

Birthweights of Infants Born in the Years 1970-1975 to Adolescent and Young Adult Women in Magee-Women's Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
Investigators: Isabelle L. Horon, Donna M. Strobino, & Hugh MacDonald
This study examined whether adolescent women under the age of 16 had lower birthweight infants than women aged 20 to 24.
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Unmarried Women aged 20-29

1983 National Survey of Unmarried Women, Aged 20-29
Investigators: Koray Tanfer
The aim of the study was to examine these the sexual, contraceptive, and fertility behaviors of women ages 20-29.
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Neonatal Outcome

1977-1979 Boston City Hospital Study on Neonatal Outcome
Investigators: Barry Zuckerman & Suzette Levenson
This study was designed to assess whether adolescent mothers deliver infants with poorer outcomes at birth than nonadolescents, independent of numerous social and health differences between adolescent and nonadolescent mothers.
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Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention

1985-86 Field Test of Values and Choices, Search Institute's Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Demonstration Project
Investigators: Michael J. Donahue, Peter L. Benson, & Richard J. Gordon
This study was an evaluation of Values and Choices is a 15-session, values-based, parent-involved, video-assisted school curriculum for seventh and eighth graders.
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Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project

1981-1987 San Francisco Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project
Investigators: Amy Loomis & Virginia Broder
This data was collected as part of an evaluation of the San Francisco Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project, a program that provides comprehensive care, continuous case management, and co-location of service providers for expectant and parenting adolescents.
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Adolescent Pregnancy

1969-1982 State-Level Data on Adolescent Pregnancy, Assembled by the Institute for Research and Evaluation
Investigators: Stan E. Weed & Joseph A. Olsen
This data file includes macro-level data from the 50 states and the District of Columbia on 75 elementary constituent variables and 69 derived and computed variables.
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Impact of Family Planning Program Activity on Blacks

1980 Area-Level Data on the Impact of Family Planning Program Activity, Assembled by Centers for Disease Control: Blacks
Investigators: John Anderson & Lisa Cope
This study investigated the effects of the increase in Family Planning Services and Population Research Act enrollment on fertility rates. The population in this dataset is limited to African Americans
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Impact of Family Planning Program Activity on whites and all races

1980 Area-Level Data on the Impact of Family Planning Program Activity, Assembled by Centers for Disease Control: Whites and All Races
Investigators: John Anderson & Lisa Cope
This study investigated the effects of the increase in Family Planning Services and Population Research Act enrollment on fertility rates. SSEDL (subscription)
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Adolescent Pregnancy

1980 State-Level Data on Adolescent Pregnancy, Assembled by the Alan Guttmacher Institute
Investigators: Susheela Singh
This dataset includes state-level data on topics related to adolescent pregnancy including: adolescent rates of birth, pregnancy, and abortion; social factors such as population growth and residential mobility, circulation of sexually explicit magazines, sex education, availability of Medicaid funds for abortion, and accessibility of abortion providers.
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University of Utah Adolescent Family Study

1980-1985 University of Utah Adolescent Family Study
Investigators: Arthur B. Elster
This dataset was compiled using records of clinic-intake interviews conducted in the University of Utah's adolescent pregnancy program. Topics include reactions to the pregnancy; changes in relationships due to the pregnancy; mother and father's history of drinking, smoking, and substance use; history of physical and sexual maltreatment; educational status; employment status; religion; sources of emotional support; contraceptive use; and anxieties involving parenthood.
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Teen Mother and Child Program

1981-1986 University of Utah Teen Mother and Child Program Background Data
Investigators: Arthur B. Elster
Data for this study were collected from teen mothers who had at least one delivery at a Teen Mother and Child Program (TMCP) clinic. The dataset includes demographic and socioeconomic information on the mother and father, as well as prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal health data on mother and child.
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Utah Adolescent Pregnancy Evaluation and Outcome
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1983-1984 University of Utah Adolescent Pregnancy Evaluation and Outcome Study
Investigators: Arthur B. Elster
This study was an evaluation of the Teen Mother and Child Program (TMCP) of the University of Utah, an outpatient hospital-based multidisciplinary health and education program which also contains a client home-visit component for pregnant and parenting teens.
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Certified Nurse Midwifery Program

Clients of the Certified Nurse Midwifery Program of Maternal and Family Health Services in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1982-1986
Investigators: Charles LaJeunesse, Mary Louise Schaefer, & Connie McNunis
This study was an evaluation of the Certified Nursing Midwifery (CNM) Program of the Maternal and Family Health Services, Inc. in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
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National Survey of Young Women

1971 U.S. National Survey of Young Women
Investigators: Melvin Zelnik & John F. Kantner
The aim of this study was to document the sexual behavior and practices of females aged 15 to 19 years old
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Adoption Decision

Consequences of the Adoption Decision Among Clients of the Options for Pregnancy Program in Washington and Northern Idaho, 1985
Investigators: Steven D. McLaughlin, Diane L. Manninen, & Linda D. Winges
This study compared those who chose to parent their children with those who relinquished their children for adoption with respect to subsequent educational attainment, marriage and fertility, labor force participation, income, and various social/psychological measures, such as satisfaction with their decision to parent or relinquish, life satisfaction, and self-esteem.
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National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

1976-1980 Second U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey: Selected Variables
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
The dataset contains information for all 6 month to 11 year olds, including the age of the mother at the birth. The contains data obtained from a demographic and household survey, a medical history survey, and a medical examination.
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Family Relations and Adolescent Sex Behavior

1984 Survey of Family Relations and Adolescent Sex Behavior in Salt Lake City, Utah, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and San Bernardino County
Investigators: Brent C. Miller
This study was an evaluation of an alternative curriculum designed to promote greater parental involvement in adolescent sexual decision making. Topcs include familial communication, personality perception, and sexual attitudes.
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Family Relations and Adolescent Sex Behavior

1983 Survey of Family Relations and Adolescent Sex Behavior in Salt Lake City, Utah and Albuquerque, New Mexico
Investigators: Brent C. Miller
This study was an evaluation of an alternative curriculum designed to promote greater parental involvement in adolescent sexual decision making. Topcs include familial communication, personality perception, and sexual attitudes.
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Sex Education

Contemporary Views on Sex Education, November 10-12, 1986
Investigators: Yankelovich, Clancy & Shulman
This study explored public opinion regarding sex education throughout the continental U.S.
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American Family Poll

Contemporary American Family Poll, September 18-25, 1981
Investigators: Yankelovich, Skelly & White
This study explored public opinion regarding abortion and abortion-related issues.
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Census County and City Data Book

U.S. Census County and City Data Book, 1983: City Files
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This dataset encompasses descriptive data ascertained from various U.S. census reports.
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Census County and City Data Book

U.S. Census County and City Data Book, 1983: State Files Plus Washington, DC
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
his dataset encompasses descriptive data ascertained from various U.S. census reports.
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State and Regional Indicators Archive

1975-1983 State and Regional Indicators Archive
Investigators: Murray A. Straus
This study includes a number of state and regional indicators compiled from several public and private surveys and publications, including [ercentages of households receiving aid of some sort, crimes committed by gender, political offices held by race, and marital status by age.
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National Natality Survey

1972 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This dataset is based on a sample of 5,689 vital records of live birth. Topics include demographic and social characteristics, maternal health, infant health, and labor and delivery history.
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1969 National Natality Survey

1969 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study was designed primarily to collect information on pre- and post-natal care received by women and by their newborn infants..
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1968 National Natality Survey

1968 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study was designed was designed primarily to collect information on pre- and post-natal care received by women and by their newborn infants.
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1967 National Natality Survey

1967 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study was designed was designed primarily to collect information on pre- and post-natal care received by women and by their newborn infants.
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1964-1966 National Natality Survey

1964-1966 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
The study is a collection of data for a sample of live births to married women occurring in calendar years 1964, 1965, and 1966. It provides national estimates of births by characteristics not available from the vital registration system.
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Communication and Adolescent Sexual Behavior Project

1983 Cuyahoga County, Ohio Familial Communication and Adolescent Sexual Behavior Project
Investigators: Janet R. Kahn
This study examines the extent of parent-child communication about sexuality and the relative importance of that communication to the child's sexual behavior and attitudes at adolescence.
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National Infant Mortality Survey

1964-1966 U.S. National Infant Mortality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
The study is a collection of data for a sample of infant deaths occurring in calendar years 1964-66. Each data record is composed of information obtained from the death certificate and from a questionnaire that was sent to the mother of the deceased child.
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Physicians' Attitudes Toward Abortion

1975 National Survey of Physicians' Attitudes Toward Abortion
Investigators: Leonard LoSciuto
This study interviewed physicians abouy justifications for abortion, opinions on effects of the 1973 Supreme Court abortion decision, practices regarding abortion in 1972 and currently, perceived influences on attitudes, and various details of background, training
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Social and Demographic Consequences of Teenage Childbearing

1973-1976 New York City Study of the Social and Demographic Consequences of Teenage Childbearing
Investigators: Harriet B. Presser
This study investigated the relationship between women's roles and fertility, focusing on the age at which women had their first child.
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Study of Motivations, Roles, and Family Planning of Women

1975 Los Angeles County Study of Motivations, Roles, and Family Planning of Women
Investigators: Linda J. Beckman
TThe study contains data collected in 1975 from a Los Angeles County representative sample of married women in their childbearing years and includes information on contraceptive perceptions and usage, sex role attitudes and behaviors, fertility and fertility preferences, perceived satisfactions and costs of children, perceived satisfactions and costs of motherhood, and perceived values of employment.
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Project Redirection

Project Redirection, 1980-1983
Investigators: Denise Polit
This study was an evaluation of Project Redirection, a pilot program designed to h elp disadvantaged pregnant teenagers and teenage mothers achieve economic self-sufficiency.
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National Survey of Children

The 1981 National Survey of Children
Investigators: Child Trends, Inc.
The goals of this study were to assess physical, social, and psychological well-being of different groups of American children, and develop a national profile of the way children live and the care they receive. This wave includes reinterviews and focuses on patterns of parent-child interaction and on outcome areas more relevant for teenage children, including dating and sexual activity, drinking, smoking, drug use, and delinquency.
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Child Health Supplement

1981 Child Health Supplement to the National Health Interview Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study was designed to provide national data on the incidence of acute illness and accidental injuries, chronic conditions and impairments, disabilities, the utilization of health care services, and other health-related topics. This dataset includes the comprehensive supplement on children.
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National Fetal Mortality Study

1980 U.S. National Fetal Mortality Study
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study is based on a sample of 6,386 vital records for fetal deaths occurring at 28 weeks gestation or more in the United States in 1980. Information on demographic and social characteristics, maternal health, infant health, labor and delivery practices and radiation exposure before and during pregnancy were assessed.
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National Natality Survey

1980 U.S. National Natality Survey
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This survey is a nationally representative sample of 9,941 vital records of live births in the United States in 1980.
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Kinship Support for Adolescents in Family Planning

1980-1981 Philadelphia Study of Kinship Support for Adolescents in Family Planning Programs
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron & Frank F. Furstenberg
The primary objective of this study was to test the impact of a program designed to promote greater communication between adolescents and their families.
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A Longitudinal Study of Female Sophomores

1980-1982 U.S. National Study of High School and Beyond, Selected Variables: A Longitudinal Study of Female Sophomores
Investigators: Peter Morrison, Linda Waite, & Allan Abrahamse
This study examined individual and family background, high school experiences, work experiences, plans for the future, and cognitive ability and achievement from high school seniors and sophomores.
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Mexico Border Survey

1979 U.S.-Mexico Border Survey
Investigators: Jack C. Smith
This was a study on the utilization of family planning and maternal health services among households in the border areas in 1979.
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Pennsylvania Study of Family Survey File

1983-85 Pennsylvania Study of Family Survey File
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron
This was a study of women who discontinued family planning clinic services. Observations include data on educational and work background of the women surveyed, birth control history, clinics used by the women, and the reasons for discontinuation.
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Family Planning Discontinuation Patient File

1983-85 Pennsylvania Study of Family Planning Discontinuation: Patient File
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron
The unit of observation in this dataset is the patient's file of visit data summarized on a patient basis. The patient file includes data on contraception and childbearing histories, clinic visits, visit coverage, and income and educational levels of respondents.
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Family Planning Discontinuation Visit File

1983-85 Pennsylvania Study of Family Planning Discontinuation: Visit File
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron
The units of observation of this study are the family planning clinic visits of individual women on a visit by visit basis. The visit file includes data on counseling procedures, contraception practices, medical assistance coverage, referral sources, and childbearing histories of patients.
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Family Planning Discontinuation Clinic and Community File

1983-85 Pennsylvania Study of Family Planning Discontinuation: Clinic and Community File
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron
This data set contains observations at the family planning clinic level, including clinic annual reports, a clinic practices survey administered to clinics participating in the study, patient flow analyses, and 1980 census data.
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U.S. Family Planning Agencies

1982 and 1983 Surveys of U.S. Family Planning Agencies
Investigators: Aida Torres
This study was conducted to examine the effects of the federal budget cuts on the availability and delivery of family planning agency services.
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U.S. Clinics With and Without Title X Funding

Fee Policies for U.S. Clinics With and Without Title X Funding, 1983-1984
Investigators: Aida Torres
This study includes data on clinic policies regarding patient fees, using as its standard what a clinic would charge a new pill patient for her first visit, plus the cost of a 3 month supply of pills.
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U.S. Family Planning Clinic Parental Notification Policies

U.S. Family Planning Clinic Parental Notification Policies, 1979-1980
Investigators: Aida Torres
The survey provides information on patterns of parental consent and notification policies for teenagers followed by family planning clinics in 1979-1980.
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Policies in U.S. Abortion Facilities

Parental Notification Policies in U.S. Abortion Facilities, 1979-1980
Investigators: Aida Torres
The survey provides information on patterns followed by abortion clinics in 1979-1980 regarding parental consent and notification policies for teenagers.
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Teens Seeking Abortion Services

U.S. National Survey of Teens Seeking Abortion Services, 1979-1980
Investigators: Aida Torres
The goal of this study was to investigate to what extent parents of unmarried teenagers 17 and younger are informed that their daughters are attending an abortion facility, how parents are informed, and how notification requirements would affect the behavior of those teenagers whose parents do not know.
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Unplanned Teen Parenthood

1966-1972 Baltimore Study of Unplanned Teen Parenthood
Investigators: Frank Furstenberg
This five year study began as an evaluation of a program desinged to assist teen mothers, but was expanded to explore the process of adjustment to unplanned parenthood and to explain the divergent life patterns that occur as a consequence of an unscheduled birth.
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Family Planning Services and the Distribution of Black Americans

1968 Study of Family Planning Services and the Distribution of Black Americans
Investigators: Kenneth C. Kammeyer, Norman R. Yetman, & McKee J. McClendon
This study collected data from a 1969 Planned Parenthood and Office of Economic Opportunity report and from U.S. Bureau of the Census reports in order to investigate the relationships between a number of variables and the availability of family planning services.
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Family Growth

1982 National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle III Exposure Interval File
Investigators: William Grady
This data was extracted to create a file compatible with an analysis of contraceptive failure, using data from Cycle III of the National Survey of Family Growth.
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American Family Growth

1957-1967 Study of American Family Growth - The Princeton Study
Investigators: Charles F. Westoff, Robert C. Potter Jr., Philip C. Sagi, & Elliot C. Mishler
This classic study examines the fertility history of American couples in the U.S. and the motivational connections between the environment and fertility decisions and behavior.
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Premarital Sexuality Among Young People

1973 Madison, Wisconsin Study of Premarital Sexuality Among Young People: Nonstudents
Investigators: John DeLamater
The focus of this study is on the social aspects of premarital sexuality, sociopsychological characteristics, current sexual behavior and contraceptive knowledge and use among non-student young people.
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Premarital Sexuality Among Young People

1973 Madison, Wisconsin Study of Premarital Sexuality Among Young People: Students
Investigators: John DeLamater
The focus of this study is on the social aspects of premarital sexuality, sociopsychological characteristics, current sexual behavior and contraceptive knowledge and use among undergraduate students.
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Married Women Interviewed in 1970 and 1975

National Fertility Study: Married Women Interviewed in 1970 and 1975
Investigators: Charles Westoff & Norman Ryder
This dataset enables an examination of changes in contraceptive efficacy, fecundability, work history, family planning intentions, sterilization, and abortion, as well as related opinions and attitudes.
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1975 Fertility Study

1975 U.S. National Fertility Study
Investigators: Charles Westoff & Norman Ryder
This dataset covers contraceptive efficacy, fecundability, attitudes toward abortion, sex roles, and world population issues.
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1970 Fertility Study

1970 U.S. National Fertility Study
Investigators: Norman Ryder & Charles Westoff
This dataset covers contraceptive efficacy, fecundability, attitudes toward abortion, sex roles, and world population issues.
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1965 Fertility Study

1965 U.S. National Fertility Study
Investigators: Norman Ryder & Charles Westoff
This study collected data from married women on topics such as births and miscarriages, sterility, contraception, and the desired and expected number of children.
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Unmarried Pregnant Women Aged 13-20

1972-74 Ventura County Survey of Unmarried Pregnant Women Aged 13-20: Six-Month Follow-up
Investigators: Jerome Evans, Winston Chow, & Marvin Eisen
This study focused on unwed teenagers with unintended pregnancies, measuring decision satisfaction after the actual abortion or delivery.
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Young Chicagoans Survey

Chicago Urban League 1979 Young Chicagoans Survey
Investigators: Dennis Hogan & Evelyn Kitagawa
This study examined the demographic, social, economic and fertility characteristics of black teenage girls residing in the City of Chicago in 1979.
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Survey of Young Men

1979 U.S. National Survey of Young Men
Investigators: Melvin Zelnik & John F. Kantner
The major purpose of this study was to provide estimates of the prevalence of sexual activity, contraceptive use and nonuse, premarital pregnancy and its resolution among U.S. teenagers.
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Survey of Young Women

1979 U.S. National Survey of Young Women
Investigators: Melvin Zelnik & John F. Kantner
This study was aimed at providing estimates of the prevalence of sexual a ctivity, contraceptive use and nonuse, premarital pregnancy and its resolution among teenage women.
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Growth of American Families

1960 Growth of American Families
Investigators: Arthur A. Campbell, Pascal K. Whelpton, & John E. Patterson
This study gathered data on topics such as births and miscarriages, sterility, the use of contraception, and the desired and expected number of children.
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Growth of American Families Single Women

1955 Growth of American Families: Single Women
Investigators: Arthur A. Campbell, Pascal K. Whelpton, & John E. Patterson
This study of young single women aged 18 to 24 was conducted to determine ideas on marriage and desired family size.
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Growth of American Families Married Women

1955 Growth of American Families: Married Women
Investigators: Arthur A. Campbell, Pascal K. Whelpton, & John E. Patterson
This study gathered data from married women on topics such as births and miscarriages, sterility, the use of contraception, and the desired number of children.
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Study of Child Maltreatment Risk Among Adolescent Mothers

Maricopa County, Arizona Study of Child Maltreatment Risk Among Adolescent Mothers, 1976-1978
Investigators: Frank G. Bolton, Jr.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the incidence of child maltreatment was higher among natural children born to adolescent mothers, compared to that obtained for children born to post-adolescent women.
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Adolescent Pregnancy and Neonatal Behavior

Florida-Puerto Rico Study of Adolescent Pregnancy and Neonatal Behavior, 1978
Investigators: Barry M. Lester
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between neonatal behavior and prenatal and perinatal risk factors in infants of adolescent and older mothers in Puerto Rico and Mainland United States.
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Survey of Children

The National Survey of Children, 1976
Investigators: Child Trends, Inc.
The main purposes of this survey were to: assess physical, social, and psychological well-being of different groups of American children, and develop a national profile of the way children live and the care they receive.
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Psych. Factors on Adolescent Fertility Regulation-Males

1979-1981 Philadelphia Study of Psych. Factors Associated with Adolescent Fertility Regulation-Males
Investigators: Eugenie Walsh Flaherty & Jeanne Marecek
The purpose of this study was to obtain very extensive information from adolescent males on a number of factors that were posited as being related to adolescent fertility regulation, including: parental communication regarding contraception, sex, and pregnancy; exposure to teenage pregnancy; and attitudes toward various contraceptives.
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Psych. Factors on Adolescent Fertility Regulation-Females

1979-1981 Philadelphia Study of Psych. Factors Associated with Adolescent Fertility Regulation-Females
Investigators: Eugenie Walsh Flaherty & Jeanne Marecek
The purpose of this study was to obtain very extensive information from adolescent females on a number of factors that were posited as being related to adolescent fertility regulation, including: parental communication regarding contraception, sex, and pregnancy; exposure to teenage pregnancy; attitudes toward various contraceptives, and contraceptive use.
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OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs

1981-1982 Evaluation of OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs: Individual Level Data II
Investigators: Martha Burt
This study includes information on client entry characteristics, pregnancy outcomes, mother and infant follow-ups, and types of services delivered.
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OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs

1981-1982 Evaluation of OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs: Individual Level Data I
Investigators: Martha Burt
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Adolescent Perinatal Risk Reduction Behavior

1982 San Jose, California Study of Adolescent Perinatal Risk Reduction Behavior
Investigators: Paul Hensleigh & Nancy Moss
The purpose of this study was to develop a model of adolescent perinatal risk behavior and examine the relationship between at-risk pregnancy behavior of adolescents and perinatal outcomes.
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Unmarried Pregnant Women Aged 13-20

1972-74 Ventura County Survey of Unmarried Pregnant Women Aged 13-20
Investigators: Jerome Evans, Winston Chow, & Marvin Eisen
This dataset contains information obtained via structured, close-ended interviews with a sample of 406 unmarried, never-before pregnant women who were in their first trimester of pregnancy and between the ages of 13 and 20. These questions focused on contraceptive knowledge, attitudes, and usage; attitudes regarding abortion; and perceived opinions and attitudes of significant others. Additional data included information on work and leisure activities, sexual and reproductive knowledge, and attitudes toward sexuality.
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Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy

Johns Hopkins Study of Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy, 1976-1982
Investigators: Janet B. Hardy
The purpose of this study was to use available data sources to obtain demographic, contraceptive, pregnancy, and pregnancy resolution information on 725 teenage girls aged 18 years or younger who were enrolled in the postnatal follow-up component of the Johns Hopkins Adolescent Pregnancy Program
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Organized Family Planning on Adolescent Fertility

Effects of Organized Family Planning Programs on U.S. Adolescent Fertility, 1970-1975
Investigators: Jacqueline Darroch Forrest
This dataset contains data used to estimate the effects of family planning programs in the U.S. on adolescent fertility.
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Unmarried Women Under 18 in Family Planning Clinics

1979-1980 U.S. Survey of Unmarried Women Under 18 in Family Planning Clinics
Investigators: Aida Torres
This file contains information on the extent to which the parents of unmarried teenagers under 18 years of age are informed that their daughters are attending a family planning clinic, how parents have been informed, and how notification requirements would affect the behavior of those teenagers whose parents do not know.
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Family Growth

1982 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG), Cycle III (Women Aged 15-19)
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This dataset includes topics related to childbearing, contraceptive practice, and related aspects of maternal and child health.
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Family Growth

1982 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG), Cycle III (Women Aged 15-44)
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This dataset includes topics related to childbearing, contraceptive practice, and related aspects of maternal and child health.
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Title X-Funded Family Planning Clinics

1981 U.S. Survey of Title X-Funded Family Planning Clinics
Investigators: Roberta Herceg-Baron
This file contains data on the scope of family planning clinic efforts to involve parents in family planning for teenagers.
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Longitudinal Survey of Youth

National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY), 1979-1982: Selected Variables (Waves1-4), and Supplementary Variables
Investigators: Ohio State University
This dataset contains an extract of approximately 2,000 of the NLSY variables, including the following: (1) complete childbearing histories (including age, sex, and current residence) of all children, for both males and females in the sample; (2) data on pregnancy losses, including timing and reason for loss; (3) data on both current and anticipated childcare arrangements, including costs of childcare; and (4) data on contraceptive usage both before and after pregnancies.
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Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

First U.S. Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (HANES), 1971-1975
Investigators: National Center for Health Statistics
This study measured the nutritional status and health of the U.S. population aged 1-74 years.
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Current Population Survey

1977 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Males
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This dataset contains information on education, employment, marital status, and other demographic variables for 55,113 men.
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Current Population Survey

1977 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Females
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This dataset contains data on marital and fertility histories, including total number of liveborn children, birth dates of youngest and oldest children, and details of child-care arrangements for those who worked.
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Current Population Survey

1982 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Children
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
The data concerns 34,046 children age 13 or under who were living in households surveyed by the CPS.
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Current Population Survey

1982 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Males
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This dataset information on education, employment, marital status, and other demographic variables for 57,510 men in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. .
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Current Population Survey

1982 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Females
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
The June 1982 supplementary survey on marital and fertility history and child-care practices conducted in conjunction with the Current Population Survey collected information from a sample of 64,842 women.
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Current Population Survey

1980 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Children
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This file contains data from 37,970 children aged 13 or younger and variables concerning children in the households surveyed by the CPS.
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Current Population Survey

1980 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Males
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
This dataset contains data from men surveyed in the June 1980 CPS, including as marital history data
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Current Population Survey

1980 U.S. Current Population Survey: Selected Variables-Females
Investigators: U.S. Census Bureau
The supplement to the CPS provided information on up to three marriages and on the birthdates and sex of up to five children, as well as the total number of children, expectations for more children, and selected characteristics of the current spouse for 71,407 women aged 14 or older.
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OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs

1982 Evaluation of OAPP Adolescent Pregnancy Programs
Investigators: Martha Burt
This project collected, summarized, and reported data on 31 adolescent pregnancy projects funded by the Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs. The purpose of the study was to provide information about how well the programs were meeting legislative and service objectives.
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Services Provided by Adolescent Pregnancy Programs

1980 U.S. Survey of Services Provided by Adolescent Pregnancy Programs
Investigators: JRB Associates
This study sought to delineate, identify, describe, and evaluate existing adolescent pregnancy prevention programs at the federal, state, and local levels.
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Teenage Childbearing

State Policy Determinants of Teenage Childbearing, 1979
Investigators: Kristin A. Moore
This study was designed to identify and catalog state governmental policies that affect the teenage mother and to describe how those policies may influence teenage childbearing.
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Comprehensive Child Care Project

Nashville General Hospital Comprehensive Child Care Project 1974-1976: Selected Variables
Investigators: Howard Sandler
This study examined the child-rearing attitudes, perceptions of infant temperament, and mother-infant interactional behavior of primiparous adolescent mothers in comparison to mothers having their first infant post-adolescence.
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Economic, Social, and Psychological 
        Consequences of Adolescent Childbearing

Philadelphia Collaborative Perinatal Project: Economic, Social, and Psychological Consequences of Adolescent Childbearing, 1959-1965
Investigators: Jeanne Marecek
This study examined the consequences of adolescent childbearing for mothers and for their children.
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Mother-Daughter Communication Patterns

Detroit Mother-Daughter Communication Patterns: Daughter File, 1978
Investigators: Greer Fox
This study examined patterns of communication between mothers and daughters about sex roles and sexual behavior and assessed the impact of varying communication patterns on the sexual and contraceptive knowledge and behaviors of daughters.
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Mother-Daughter Communication Patterns

Detroit Mother-Daughter Communication Patterns: Mother File, 1978
Investigators: Greer Fox
This study examined patterns of communication between mothers and daughters about sex roles and sexual behavior and assessed the impact of varying communication patterns on the sexual and contraceptive knowledge and behaviors of daughters.
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Consequences of Adolescent Childbearing for the Young Parents' Future Life

Project TALENT: Consequences of Adolescent Childbearing for the Young Parents' Future Life, 1960-1974
Investigators: J. J. Card
This study investigated the educational, occupational, and family-related consequences of adolescent pregnancy and childbearing for young women and men who were in the ninth grade in the U.S. in 1960. SSEDL (subscription)
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Survey of Young Women

1976 U.S. National Survey of Young Women
Investigators: John Kantner & Melvin Zelnik
This study was aimed at documenting the sexual behavior and practices of adolescent females in the U.S.
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Survey of Young Women

1971 U.S. National Survey of Young Women
Investigators: John Kantner & Melvin Zelnik
This study was aimed at documenting the sexual behavior and practices of adolescent females in the U.S.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey 2005

Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), 2005
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This study focuses on priority health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood. These include: tobacco use; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors that result in HIV infection, other STDs; unintended pregnancies; dietary behaviors; and physical activity.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey 2007

Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), 2007
Investigators: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This study focuses on priority health-risk behaviors established during youth that result in the most significant mortality, morbidity, disability, and social problems during both youth and adulthood. These include: tobacco use; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors that result in HIV infection, other STDs; unintended pregnancies; dietary behaviors; and physical activity.
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2011 Youth Risk Behavior Survey

2011 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
Investigators: Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This is a school-based survey that provides data representative of 9th-12th grade students and focused on the following priority risk behaviors among youth including: sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV infection; behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence; alcohol and other drug use; tobacco use; unhealthy dietary behaviors; and inadequate physical activity. The YRBS also measures the prevalence of obesity and asthma among youth and young adults.
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