Are HIV/AIDS Conspiracy Beliefs a Barrier to HIV Prevention Among African Americans?

@article{Bogart2005AreHC,
  title={Are HIV/AIDS Conspiracy Beliefs a Barrier to HIV Prevention Among African Americans?},
  author={L. Bogart and S. Thorburn},
  journal={JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes},
  year={2005},
  volume={38},
  pages={213-218}
}
Objectives:This study examined endorsement of HIV/AIDS conspiracy beliefs and their relations to consistent condom use and condom attitudes among African Americans. Methods:We conducted a telephone survey with a random sample of 500 African Americans aged 15 to 44 years and living in the contiguous United States. Results:A significant proportion of respondents endorsed HIV/AIDS conspiracy beliefs. Among men, stronger conspiracy beliefs were significantly associated with more negative condom… Expand

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