Another intervention by King and colleagues (2002) also used self-esteem enhancement
in a group of fourth grade students.
The change in selfesteem was used to determine the effectiveness of the self-esteem enhancement
The program placed emphasis on building a relationship between student and mentor, employing various icebreakers and self-esteem enhancement
School-based self-esteem enhancement
efforts involving Mexican American adolescents should include interventions designed to promote ethnic pride, and a positive self-concept of one's ethnic heritage.
Findings from this study support the rationale for including self-esteem enhancement
training into smoking prevention programs for early adolescents.
to reinforce positive health behaviors.
is a component of many school health curricula largely due to its relationship to adolescent health behavior and its purported amenability to improvement.