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Sexual behavior in the United States: results from a national probability sample of men and women ages 14-94.
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The rates of contemporary sexual behavior provided in this report will be valuable to those who develop, implement, and evaluate programs that seek to improve societal knowledge related to the prevalence of sexual behaviors and to sexual health clinicians whose work to improve sexual health among the population often requires such rates of behavior. Expand
Validity/Reliability of PHQ-9 and PHQ-2 Depression Scales Among Adults Living with HIV/AIDS in Western Kenya
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PHQ-9 and PHQ-2 appear valid/reliable for assessing DSM-IV depressive disorders and depression severity among adults living with HIV/AIDS in western Kenya. Expand
Sexual behaviors, condom use, and sexual health of Americans over 50: implications for sexual health promotion for older adults.
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Although sizable proportions of both men and women remained sexually active well into their 80s age was related to a lower likelihood of solo and most partnered sexual behaviors, when controlling for age, relationship status, and health remained significant predictors of select sexual behaviors. Expand
The Female Genital Self-Image Scale (FGSIS): results from a nationally representative probability sample of women in the United States.
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Most of the participants felt generally positively about their genitals and female genital self-image was significantly related to female sexual function, women's sexual behavior and their sexual and genital healthcare behaviors. Expand
Condom use rates in a national probability sample of males and females ages 14 to 94 in the United States.
TLDR
These contemporary rates of condom use will be helpful to those who lead efforts to increase condom use among individuals who may be at risk for sexually transmitted infections or who desire to prevent pregnancy. Expand
Prevalence and characteristics of vibrator use by women in the United States: results from a nationally representative study.
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Vibrator use among women is common, associated with health-promoting behaviors and positive sexual function, and rarely associated with side effects. Expand
Gender Differences in Heterosexual College Students' Conceptualizations and Indicators of Sexual Consent: Implications for Contemporary Sexual Assault Prevention Education
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There were significant differences in how men and women indicated their own consent and nonconsent, with women reporting more verbal strategies than men and men reporting more nonverbal strategies than women, and in how they interpreted their partner's consent andNonconsent. Expand
Development and validation of the female genital self-image scale.
TLDR
The FGSIS was initially found to be a reliable and valid measure though further research is needed to understand its properties in diverse populations. Expand
Sexual compulsivity among heterosexual college students
TLDR
Support for reliability and construct validity of the SCS is found in a sample of 876 heterosexual college students, a group not yet examined in the sexual addiction and compulsivity literature. Expand
Sexual behaviors, relationships, and perceived health status among adult women in the United States: results from a national probability sample.
TLDR
Recent solo masturbation, oral sex, and vaginal intercourse were prevalent among women, decreased with age, and varied in their associations with relationship and perceived health status, though sexual behavior is less common and more infrequent among older age cohorts. Expand
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