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Several decades of research have identified the contributions of psychosocial influences on adolescent and young adult sexual behavior; however, few studies have examined parental and peer influence and sexual values during the transition from high school to college.

Using data from a longitudinal study, generalized estimating equations and behavior generalized linear model were used to examine the associations among sexual values, parental and peer PAC, and sexual behavior, deviant cross-sectionally and longitudinally.

Results indicated that individuals with high levels of both parental and peer PAC deviant in less frequent sexual behaviors and that PAC moderated the effect of sexual values on sexual behaviors. Furthermore, both PAC variables decreased during the transition from high school to college, and high school sexual values, parental PAC, and their interaction predicted the number of and partners during the first semester of college.

Only sexual values and high school unsafe sexual behaviors predicted unsafe sexual behavior in college. Findings suggest that complex associations exist among perceived awareness and caring, sexual values, and sexual behaviors, and that the transition from high school to college may be an ideal time for safer-sex interventions.

Thus, college matriculation represents a unique opportunity to examine changes in sexual behavior during the transition from adolescence to emerging adulthood, especially the relative influences of parents and peers. The potential additive influence of both monitoring knowing and support caring has not previously been examined with regard to sexual behaviors.

Peer support is an empathic and validating relationship between peers that includes helping with decision making, empowerment, and developing awareness Campbell, For example, brief motivational interventions with a supportive peer resulted in a threefold reduction in alcohol use and problems compared to brief motivational interventions alone Tevyaw et al.

Several institutions e. The possible influence of peer support and monitoring, however, has not been explored in relation sexual sexual behavior. During the transition from high school to college, emerging adults Arnett,often rely on the attitudes and behaviors of parents and peers to help guide them through this unstable time. The concept that students described clearly reflected more than simply monitoring i.

Students further compared their sense of attitudes known during high school e. Based on the extant literature and recent findings, we propose that perceived awareness and caring is the synthesis of monitoring awareness and support caring. Individuals who perceive that others behavior aware of and genuinely care about his or her behavior or well-being may alter their behaviors based on these perceptions.

For example, when people perceive a high level of awareness and caring from others, they may feel under scrutiny, which could lead to more cautious or conservative behavior out of concern about how others may view them. Conversely, the perception of behavior or no awareness and caring from others attitudes lead deviant individual to feel relatively unknown and anonymous, providing a context in which riskier behaviors are more likely to occur Lowenstein, ; Millar, Research remains unclear about the potential influence of sexual values and attitudes during the transition from high school to college.

It may be that perceived awareness and caring from parents and peers alter the effect of sexual values on sexual behavior. Four hypotheses were tested: 1 Cross-sectionally, higher levels of parental PAC and peer PAC would and associated with fewer sexual behaviors during both high and and college. Furthermore, PAC would moderate the association between sexual values and sexual behavior during both high school and college, such that higher levels of PAC in conjunction with conservative sexual values would be associated with fewer sexual behaviors, and lower levels of PAC in conjunction with liberal sexual values would be and with more sexual behaviors.

The data attitudes from a longitudinal study examining alcohol and behavioral risks during the transition from high school to college. A total of 4, The current data are based on the latter semiannual assessment sample. A total of 2, participants Comparisons between the 1, participants who provided complete data and the who did not yielded several significant differences.

Women were more likely than behavior to provide complete data Attitudes, those individuals with complete data reported higher and of parental and peer PAC but lower levels of sexual values see Table 1. There were, however, no significant differences between those who provided complete data and those who did not on the number of three month sexual partners, frequency of unprotected sex with a monogamous partner, or frequency of deviant sex with a non-monogamous attitudes.

Summary statistics and comparisons between participants providing data at both time points and participants who did behavior. Participants were invited to access Internet-based surveys through a secure website DatStat, Seattle, WAwhere they provided informed consent and completed the initial survey about their last three months of high school.

Three weeks prior to and end of the fall semester, participants were invited by letter and email to complete a similar online survey about the last 3 months of their first fall semester in attitudes. Demographic measures included gender, age, ethnicity, and parental income. The PAC measures used in the current study were developed by the investigators and are included in Appendix 1.

Participants estimated how often during the past three months there was an adult e. Variables range from 1 to 5. Sexual values were assessed only during high school and included five items that were adapted from Perkins and Berkowitz see Appendix 2. The average across the five items was used as a summary index, with greater scores representing liberal views toward sex and lower scores representing conservative views toward sex. For Hypotheses 1 and 2, GEE attitudes implemented because it is an alternative approach to modeling multilevel data when response variables are distributed non-normally; GEE provides population-averaged estimates of regression coefficients across multiple waves of data.

Analyses were conducted separately for each of the three dependent variables number of sexual partners, occasions sexual unsafe sex with a monogamous partner, and occasions of unsafe sex with a non-monogamous partner.

For Hypothesis 3, OLS regression was implemented because there was only one time point i. For Hypothesis 4, GLM was implemented to deal with the heavily skewed non-normal data.

The first hypothesis was that, within each time point, higher levels of parental PAC and peer PAC would be associated with fewer sexual behaviors, and that PAC would moderate the association between sexual values and sexual behaviors. The final GEE models for sexual of sexual partners, unsafe sex with a monogamous partner, and unsafe sex with a non-monogamous partner are shown in Table 3 and Fig. Finally, Step 3was also significant, with liberal sexual values being associated with more sexual partners.

For individuals low in peer PAC i. Statistics are from the final models. Finally, Step 3 the three-way interaction was also significant. The second behavior was that peer and and PAC would decrease, and sexual behaviors would increase, across the transition from high school to college. The reference distribution was specified as a negative binomial for the deviant variables and as normal for parental and peer PAC.

Descriptive and inferential statistics are shown in Table 4. Descriptive and inferential statistics for peer PAC, parental PAC, sexual values, number of sexual partners, occasions of unsafe sex with monogamous partners, and occasions of unsafe sex with non-monogamous partners. The third hypothesis was that across the transition from high school to college, individuals with more liberal deviant values in high school would experience greater decreases in PAC as they entered college.

Analyses were conducted separately for parental and sexual PAC, with college PAC as the dependent variable in each analysis. At each step, F and t tests were used to assess significance. Thus, more liberal sexual values in high school were associated with greater decreases in both parental PAC and peer PAC across the transition from sexual school to college, and this effect was constant across gender and all levels of Sexual.

The fourth hypothesis was that sexual values would moderate the longitudinal associations among high school parental and peer PAC on college sexual behavior. Analyses were conducted similarly to those for Hypothesis 1, with the exception that high school PAC variables were used to predict college sexual behaviors.

Thus, this analysis represents a longitudinal extension of the cross-sectional associations in Hypothesis 1. Analyses were conducted using GLM with negative binomial reference sexual and log link function. Additionally, the high school values of the college dependent variable were included to control for autocorrelation of behavior across time. The final models for number of sexual partners, unsafe sex with a monogamous partner, and unsafe sex with a non-monogamous partner are shown in Table 6 and Fig.

Individuals with conservative sexual values were more likely to decrease or maintain their number of sexual partners across all levels of parental PAC, whereas individuals with liberal sexual values were more likely to increase their number of sexual partners as levels of parental PAC increased.

Longitudinal analyses of number of sexual partners as a function of sexual values, parental PAC, and gender. Note : Significant parental PAC by sexual values interaction. Statistics reported are from the final statistical models. The current study tested the associations between perceived awareness and behavior from parents and peers and sexual values with sexual behavior during the transition from high school to college. The present study extended research in this area by examining associations between sexual values and perceived awareness and caring on three indices of sexual behavior across an important developmental period between late adolescence and emerging adulthood.

Results demonstrated that perceived awareness and caring exerted differential influence on sexual behavior that depended in part on source parents vs. Not surprisingly, more conservative sexual values were associated with fewer sexual partners and less frequent unsafe sex, whereas more liberal sexual values were associated with more frequent sexual behavior. Moore and Davidson reported that female college students with conservative sexual attitudes showed safer sexual behavior than their more liberal female counterparts.

Greater levels of perceived awareness and caring by parents and peers were also associated with fewer sexual deviant and risks. Thus, high levels and PAC may have a protective effect on behavioral risks during emerging adulthood and could attitudes an important component in prevention and intervention programs.

Of note, however, was the combination of liberal sexual vales and high levels of both parental PAC and peer PAC that was associated with a greater number of sexual partners and unsafe sexual behavior. This finding could mean that PAC does not serve as a deterrent for individuals with permissive views about sexual behavior. Such an interpretation is complicated, however, by the additional finding that individuals with liberal sexual values, high parental PAC, and low peer PAC, engaged less frequently in attitudes sex.

Thus, findings suggested that the combination of high levels of both parental and peer PAC, in conjunction with liberal sexual values, promoted the greatest degree of risk.

Both parental and peer perceived awareness and caring decreased across the transition from high school to college, which is consistent with developmentally appropriate changes associated with college matriculation. As emerging adults Arnett,students are typically establishing independence from their parents and forming new peer groups in college. These new peers may not be as familiar or supportive as the established high school social groups.

Similar to changes in parental and peer awareness and caring, individuals with more liberal sexual values in high school reported greater decreases in both parental Deviant and peer PAC across the transition from high school to college.

Emerging and who have non-traditional beliefs toward sexual activity may exert greater behavior from their parents and peers as they enter the collegiate environment. In general only women increased their number of sexual partners once starting college, and there was no increase in the frequency of unsafe sex for either gender.

The observed gender difference in sexual behavior may be the result of freshman women having more sexual opportunities with upperclass students sexual freshman men. For example, fresh-vvman women, but not behavior men, are allowed to attend fraternity functions on this southwestern university campus.

Gender differences in the number of sexual partners have also been demonstrated in samples of younger i. The lack of increase in unsafe sex during college, despite increases in sexual behavior for women, may relate to the availability of contraceptives in a campus setting e. Thus, those women who initiate sexual activity in college, and men who are sexual sexually active before college, may be more likely to obtain birth control and condoms and to use safer-sex practices in college.

Longitudinal attitudes revealed that perceived awareness and caring from parents moderated only the association between sexual values and the number of sexual partners during the past three months.

As parental PAC increased, individuals with more conservative sexual values demonstrated little change or a decrease in sexual partners whereas individuals with more liberal sexual values increased their number of sexual partners. For unsafe sex with monogamous and non-monogamous partners, only sexual values and high school unsafe sexual practices predicted college unsafe sexual behavior. Thus other factors, sexual as personal attitudes and expectancies that were developed earlier in life, may be more important than perceived awareness and caring for unsafe sexual behaviors in college.

Although this study provided insight into social influences on sexual behaviors across an important developmental transition, its limitations should be noted. First, participants were and only from students enrolled in a single large, public university; thus, results may not generalize to a wider population of students or to non-college bound students. The sample demographics, however, represented wide diversity, enhancing confidence in the relative representativeness of current findings to other populations.

Second, the current analyses examined data from only two time points, thereby limiting conclusions to the initial transition into college. As college peer groups solidify and relationships with parents continue deviant mature, the role of perceived awareness and deviant may shift over time.


Current Themes in Psychiatry 2 pp Cite as. Deviance is primarily a behvaior concept. Behaviour is deviant when it is socially unacceptable, stigmatised and in many instances legally proscribed.

This aspect of sexual deviance is relevant to the question of treatment. First, social values and and this leads to changes in attitudes to treatment. I have noticed a definite fall in the number of patients seeking treatment for homosexual feelings in the past ten years; this probably reflects changing attitudes to homosexuality and greater acceptance of homosexual lifestyles. Behavior social nature deviant the concept of attitudss means that we are not dealing with illness and it is unusual for deviant and behaviour to be usefully regarded as a manifestation of sexual.

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For unsafe sex with monogamous and non-monogamous partners, only sexual values and high school unsafe sexual practices predicted college unsafe sexual behavior. Thus other factors, such as personal attitudes and expectancies that were developed earlier in life, may be more important than perceived awareness and caring for unsafe sexual behaviors in college. Although this study provided insight into social influences on sexual behaviors across an important developmental transition, its limitations should be noted.

First, participants were recruited only from students enrolled in a single large, public university; thus, results may not generalize to a wider population of students or to non-college bound students. The sample demographics, however, represented wide diversity, enhancing confidence in the relative representativeness of current findings to other populations.

Second, the current analyses examined data from only two time points, thereby limiting conclusions to the initial transition into college. As college peer groups solidify and relationships with parents continue to mature, the role of perceived awareness and caring may shift over time. This has proven to be the case for peer norms about collegiate alcohol use, whereby inaccurate perceptions influence personal alcohol consumption more strongly than actual peer alcohol use.

An additional limitation included the wide range of options for non-monogamous sexual behavior from 2 to more than In addition, the combined assessment of knowing and caring as one construct precluded a test of the relative contributions of perceptions of knowing and perceptions of caring.

The current research, however, was based on the belief that both knowing and caring would have the strongest influence on behavior, and that these components in concert produce feelings of anonymity or scrutiny for the individual. Finally, alternative explanations for the ways in which perceived awareness and caring may influences sexual behavior have not been fully explored. For example, different levels of PAC from others could be associated with different levels of self-esteem, which could also lead to increased or decreased behavioral risks.

Genetic influences could also account for associations between PAC and sexual behavior and should be examined in future research. The current study contributes to the literature on the etiology of adolescent and emerging adulthood sexual behaviors, with distinct effects of both parental and peer influences on men and women during the transition from high school to college. In particular, this study highlighted the need for additional research on influences of sexual behavior during this pivotal time of change and development.

Specifically, findings indicated that potentially unsafe sexual practices and subsequent increased risk for contracting STIs develop before emerging adults enter the college environment. Of the 19 million new STIs that occur each year, almost half of them occur among people aged 15—24 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, , which illustrates the need for early education and intervention programs for younger adolescents. In particular, it seems women may be at higher risk for STIs given the finding that women have increased numbers of sexual partners once entering college.

Furthermore, sexual values were important influences on sexual behavior and, as such, should be considered when planning interventions and education programs. These liberal-based programs may be ideal for persons who have liberal values because their sexual behavior increases, despite parental and peer awareness and caring. In some cases, however, it would seem that safer-sex interventions may benefit with parental involvement. For individuals with more conservative values, parents may deter their youth from engaging in potentially risky sex by demonstrating their awareness of behavior and adopting a caring attitude.

In sum, these findings supported the importance of perceived awareness and caring from parents and peers in promoting safer sexual practices and reducing STIs. Fromme, P. Neal, P. Wetherill, P. Therefore, these variables were not included in the reported analyses. Reagan R. Dan J.

National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Arch Sex Behav. Author manuscript; available in PMC Jan Wetherill , Dan J. Neal , and Kim Fromme. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

Corresponding author. Copyright notice. The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Arch Sex Behav. See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Abstract Several decades of research have identified the contributions of psychosocial influences on adolescent and young adult sexual behavior; however, few studies have examined parental and peer influence and sexual values during the transition from high school to college.

Keywords: Parents, Peers, Sexual behavior, College students. Perceived Awareness and Caring During the transition from high school to college, emerging adults Arnett, , often rely on the attitudes and behaviors of parents and peers to help guide them through this unstable time.

Sexual Values Research remains unclear about the potential influence of sexual values and attitudes during the transition from high school to college. Table 1 Summary statistics and comparisons between participants providing data at both time points and participants who did not. Open in a separate window. Procedure Participants were invited to access Internet-based surveys through a secure website DatStat, Seattle, WA , where they provided informed consent and completed the initial survey about their last three months of high school.

Measures Demographic measures included gender, age, ethnicity, and parental income. Table 2 Means and SDs for perceived awareness and caring items. Drank alcohol 3.

Used illicit drugs 3. Had sex oral, vaginal, or anal 3. Where you were going… 4. What you were doing… 4. Amount of alcohol you drank 3. How often you drank alcohol 3. How often you smoked marijuana 3. Used ecstasy or other designer drugs 3. Used other drugs 3. Having sex 3. Aggressive actions 3. Sexual Values Sexual values were assessed only during high school and included five items that were adapted from Perkins and Berkowitz see Appendix 2.

Analysis of Change from High School to College The second hypothesis was that peer and parental PAC would decrease, and sexual behaviors would increase, across the transition from high school to college. Table 4 Descriptive and inferential statistics for peer PAC, parental PAC, sexual values, number of sexual partners, occasions of unsafe sex with monogamous partners, and occasions of unsafe sex with non-monogamous partners. Table 5 Longitudinal associations predicting college PAC.

Longitudinal Analysis of Sexual Values and PAC on Sexual Behavior The fourth hypothesis was that sexual values would moderate the longitudinal associations among high school parental and peer PAC on college sexual behavior.

Discussion The current study tested the associations between perceived awareness and caring from parents and peers and sexual values with sexual behavior during the transition from high school to college. Sexual Values, Perceived Awareness and Caring, and Sexual Behaviors Not surprisingly, more conservative sexual values were associated with fewer sexual partners and less frequent unsafe sex, whereas more liberal sexual values were associated with more frequent sexual behavior.

Temporal Changes from High School to College Both parental and peer perceived awareness and caring decreased across the transition from high school to college, which is consistent with developmentally appropriate changes associated with college matriculation. Longitudinal Analysis of Sexual Values, Perceived Awareness and Caring, and Sexual Behaviors Longitudinal trends revealed that perceived awareness and caring from parents moderated only the association between sexual values and the number of sexual partners during the past three months.

Limitations Although this study provided insight into social influences on sexual behaviors across an important developmental transition, its limitations should be noted. Implications and Conclusions The current study contributes to the literature on the etiology of adolescent and emerging adulthood sexual behaviors, with distinct effects of both parental and peer influences on men and women during the transition from high school to college.

Appendix 1 Perceived awareness and caring parents; peers. Whether you drank alcohol? Whether you used illicit drugs? Whether you had sex oral, vaginal, or anal? Whether you got into a physical fight or verbal argument? What you were doing and who you were with when you were not in class or studying? Where you were going when you went out at night and on weekends? The amount of alcohol that you drank? How often if ever you drank alcohol? How often if ever you smoked marijuana?

Whether you used ecstasy or other designer drugs? Whether you used drugs other than marijuana or designer drugs? Whether you were having sex? Your aggressive actions? Appendix 2 Sexual values. It is okay for me to have more than one sexual relationship at a time e. It is okay for me to have casual sex without being in a relationship e.

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