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Jennifer Barber on the dynamics of unintended pregnancy in early adulthood, Thurs, Mar 23, 3-4, 6050 ISR-Thompson

PSC Announcement

03/08/2017

In this 'Getting to Know ISR' event, Jennifer Barber will discuss how the Relationship Dynamics and Social Life study and its supplemental surveys document events surrounding unintended pregnancy - including sexual behavior, contraceptive use, and intimate relationships - among women 18-22 years old. The RDSL study explores behaviors, intentions, desires, and attitudes before and after pregnancy.

Thursday, March 23, 3-4 pm

6050 ISR-Thompson

RDSL site

Researcher:

Jennifer S. Barber

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