Researchers have found that both women and men have similar levels of self-esteem during adolescence and young adulthood.
The result of this research has many implications for parents, teachers, and clinicians who have historically attributed lower self-esteem to women and girls. The lack of a gender separation in self-esteem can shed light on determinants of behavior for men and boys. Also, more research can examine how racial and ethnic differences attribute to a young persons level of self-esteem.
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