Your Teen Magazine: Unpacking Research About Sexual Minority Teens with Jenny Grossman, Ph.D.
Recent Coverage / 2020
Family Communication About Dating is Changing During the Pandemic
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2020
New NIH Grant Will Fund Study of Fathers' Communication with Their Teens About Sex
For the media / 2020
Investigating How Parents Talk to Teens About Sex and Relationships in the Midst of COVID-19
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Midyear Brief 2020
Baystate Parent: 5 Myths About Having “the Talk” With Your Teen, Debunked by Research
Fathers Have a Role to Play in Their Teens' Sexual Health
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Annual Report 2019
The Good Men Project: T.I. Was Right About One Thing
Recent Coverage / 2019
Southern California Public Radio: Where Do You Draw The Line When It Comes To Monitoring Your Kid’s Sex Life?
Your Teen Mag: Ask the Expert: If My Daughter is Bisexual, Should Girls Sleep Over?
Conversations with Extended Family Can Boost Teen Sexual Health
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Midyear Brief 2019
Boston Globe Letter to the Editor: Regarding sex ed, what they don’t know will hurt them
Recent Coverage / 2018
Can Extended Family Keep Teens from Making Risky Sexual Decisions?
For the media / 2018
Commentary with Jennifer Grossman
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Spring/Summer 2016
Commentary: Let’s Talk about #Sex
Opinion / 2016
WCW Research Shows Effectiveness of A Middle School Sex Ed Program
Research & Action Report / Research & Action Report Fall/Winter 2014
New Sex Education Program Reduces Middle School Sex
Recent Coverage / 2014
Planned Parenthood's sex-ed program aimed at middle school students has surprising results
Adolescents’ Religious Discordance with Mothers: Is there a connection to sexual-risk behavior during emerging adulthood?
For the media / Earlier
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