Behavior, Intention or Chance? A Longitudinal Study of HIV Seroadaptive Behaviors, Abstinence and Condom Use

@article{McFarland2011BehaviorIO,
  title={Behavior, Intention or Chance? A Longitudinal Study of HIV Seroadaptive Behaviors, Abstinence and Condom Use},
  author={Willi McFarland and Y Chen and B. U. Nguyen and Michael A Grasso and Deb Levine and R. A Stall and Grant Nash Colfax and Tyler Robertson and Hong M Truong and Henry Fisher Raymond},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={121-131}
}
Seroadaptive behaviors have been widely described as preventive strategies among men who have sex with men (MSM) and other populations worldwide. However, causal links between intentions to adopt seroadaptive behaviors and subsequent behavior have not been established. We conducted a longitudinal study of 732 MSM in San Francisco to assess consistency and adherence to multiple seroadaptive behaviors, abstinence and condom use, whether prior intentions predict future seroadaptive behaviors and… CONTINUE READING
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