Special Issue "Promiscuous Sexual Behaviors in Early Adolescence: Understanding the Psychological Implications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 675
Interests: psychopathology; psychological assessment; behavioral psychology
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We invite researchers, practitioners, and scholars from the field of psychology and related disciplines to contribute original research articles, systematic reviews, theoretical perspectives, and empirical studies to deepen our understanding of the psychological aspects associated with promiscuous sexual behaviors in early adolescence.
This Special Issue aims to explore the multifaceted nature of promiscuous sexual behaviors in early adolescence and the potential psychological implications. We seek contributions that address a wide range of topics related to this theme, including but not limited to: factors influencing early engagement in promiscuity, such as individual characteristics, peer dynamics, family environment, media exposure, and societal influences; associations between promiscuous sexual behaviors and psychopathological symptoms, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, low self-esteem, identity confusion, and attachment difficulties; gender differences and variations in the psychological consequences of promiscuity; the exploration of protective factors and resilience among adolescents engaging in promiscuous sexual behaviors; and the examination of interventions, prevention strategies, and educational approaches aimed at promoting healthy sexual development and reducing the psychological risks associated with promiscuity.
Dr. Luca Cerniglia
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- sexual behaviors
- early adolescence