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OCR for page R1 Ace e' '.e tine Adolescent Sexuality; Pregnang~, and Childbearing WORKING PAPERS Sandra L. Hofferth and Cheryl D. Hayes, Editors Pane] on Adolescent Pregnancy and Childbearing Committee on Child Development Research and Public Policy Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education National Research Council NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS Washington, D.C. 1987

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Panel on Adolescent Pregnangy and Childbearing DANIEL D. FRAN (Chair), Haward Medical School WENDY H. BALDWIN. Center for Population Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development EZRA C. DAVIDSON. JR., Department of Obseeencs and Gynecology, Charles R. Drew Postgraduate Medical School JOY G. DRYPOOS, Haseings-on-Hudson, New York JACQUELINE D. WORST, Alan Gut~macher Institute, New York FRANK F. FURSTENBERG, JR.. Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania BEATRIX A. HAMBURG, Mt. Sinai Whoop of M~inne, City University of New York RICHARD JESSOR, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado JUDITH E. JONES, Center for Population and Family Health, Columbia University FRANK LEvY. School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland ROBERT H. MNOOK1N, Stanford Law Schoo! KRISTIN A. Met, Child Trends, Inc., Washington, D.C. ROSS D. PARKE. Department of Psychology, University of Illinois HAROLD A. HENCHMAN, Chapin Had Center for Chd~en, Nationd Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago MARTS VINOVSKIS, Department of History, University of Michigan CHERYL D. HAYES, Study Director SANDRA L. HOFFERTH, Advise MARGARET E. ENSMINGER. Consultant DEE ANN L. WENK, Seatise~cal Consultant CELIA SHAPIRO, Staff Assistant . . . Zt'

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CorrlInittee on Child Development Research and Public Policy WILLIAM A. MORR1LL (Chair>, Mathtech, Inc., Princeton WILLIAM KESSEN (Vice Chair), Dcpar~nent of Psychology, Yale University EUGENE S. BARDACH. School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley DONALD T. CAMPBELL. Department of Social Relations, Lehigh University DAVID t. CHAMBER, Whoop of Law, Umversity of Michigan FELTON EARLS, School of Methane, Washington University, St. Louis DORIS R. ENTWISLE. Department of Social Relations, lohns Hopkins University FRANK F. FURSTENBERG, JR.. Department of Sociology, University of Penn sviv an ia HERBERT GINSBURG. Department of Human Development, Columbia University SHEILA B. KAMERMAN. School of Social Work, Columbia University LUIS M. LAOSA, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N...~. SAMUEL ]. MESSICK, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.~. JOHN MODELL, Department of History and Philosophy, Carnegi - Mellon University T.M. JIM PARHAM. School of Social Work, University of Georgia MICHAEL L. RUTTER, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London EUGENE SMOLENSKY. Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin BARBARA STARFIELD, School of Medicine, lohns Hopkins University CAROL K. WHALEN, School of Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine DANIEL D. FEDERMAN (ex officio), Chair, Pane} on Adolescent Pregnancy and Chil~dbeanng V