The Effects of Sensation Seeking on Peer Relations, Parental Attachment, and Deviant Inclinations

Leona Lee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

This study examines the effects of sensation seeking on peer relations, parental attachment and deviant inclinations among different racial and gender groups. Data for the analysis are collected in a national survey of over 700 college students.

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