THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-ESTEEM AND MALADAPTIVE BEHAVIORS IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
General and area specific self-esteem scores of high school students were found to be inversely related to indices of maladaptive behavior. The specific maladaptive behaviors that were associated with self-esteem varied as a function of gender and social class. Implications for the possible causal relationship between self-esteem and maladaptive behaviors as they relate to gender and social class are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1984-01-01
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