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Making sure to we follow the curricula as intended helps ensure the quality of these interventions.
However, sometimes a specific curriculum may not fit the needs of a given group of SNAP-Ed clients of particular circumstances.
Increasing levels of androgen and estrogen have an effect on the thought processes of adolescents and have been described as being in the minds "of almost all adolescents a good deal of the time".
One study from 1996 documented the interviews of a sample of junior high school students in the United States.
For example, a recent study (2017) found that those who start having sex at an earlier age have higher risks of: not using a condom; not having good memories of that first experience; and having had that relationship for non-autonomous reasons (such as partner pressure, peer pressure or the influence of substance use).