My Body: Physical self-concepts in adolescent girls

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Brake, Nicola. (2012). My Body: Physical self-concepts in adolescent girls. Journal of Catholic School Studies. 84(2), pp. 40 - 52.
AuthorsBrake, Nicola
Year2012
JournalJournal of Catholic School Studies
Journal citation84 (2), pp. 40 - 52
ISSN1834-7258
Page range40 - 52
Research GroupSchool of Education
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