Differences in preferred rewards of male and female Native American and non-Native America adolescents were examined using the Native American version of the Survey of Rewards for Teens (SORT-NA). The SORT-NA is a self-report survey which examines preferences across eight domains: sports, food, entertainment, excursions, interests and hobbies, social activities, social related activities, and a miscellaneous category. Results indicated significant differences in reward preference across culture in two domains, and across gender in five domains.
Journal of Indigenous Research
Guthmiller, Mark; Houlihan, Daniel D. Ph.D.; Klein, Liesa A.; Homan, Kendra J.; and Jollie-Trottier, Tammy J. (2012) "Reward Differences Between Adolescents From A Native American Community And Adolescents From A Non-Native American Community," Journal of Indigenous Research: Vol. 1: Iss. 2, Article 5. Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/kicjir/vol1/iss2/5
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