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A Survey of Sexual Knowledge, Attitudes, Desire and Behavior among University Students

  title={A Survey of Sexual Knowledge, Attitudes, Desire and Behavior among University Students},
  author={Yi-Chieh Lee and Jia-Yi Hung and Jian-Kang Chao and Ming-Der Shi and Su-Ching Sung and Mi-Chia Ma and I-Hsin Candy Chao},
Sexual health (SH) and sexual behavior of young people have become a growing public concern. But few studies have been conducted to investigate the prevalence and psychosocial correlates of this phenomenon. Purpose: To understand college students’ sexual knowledge (SK), sexual attitudes (SA), sexual desire (SD) and sexual behavior (SB). Methods: A self-reported questionnaire survey on SK, SA, SD, and SB was conducted among 520 university students. Their demographic data, SK, SA, SD, and SB were… 

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