Positive youth, healthy adults: Does positive well-being in adolescence predict better perceived health and fewer risky health behaviors in young adulthood?

Lindsay T. Hoyt*, P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Thomas W. McDade, Emma K. Adam

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