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On the other hand, Oler el nl. (1994) have found that adolcscents who participate in athletic sports appear to be at lower risk o f depression, suicidal ideation and substance abuse. One is tempted t o speculate that such participation gives both the physiological protection against low mood reported to result from vigorous exercise and the social protection from loneliness and rejection inherent in being accepted and working as a member of a team. , 1994). The proposition that low self-esteem leads to depression has prima facie validity, but is also confirmed by recent work by Brage ancl Meredith (1994) which stressed the importance of loneliness causing depression.