Comparing the unmatched count technique and direct self-report for sensitive health-risk behaviors in HIV+ adults.

Abstract

Researchers often rely on self-report measures to assess sensitive health-risk behaviors in HIV+ individuals, yet the accuracy of self-report has been questioned, particularly when inquiring about behaviors that may be embarrassing, risky, and/or taboo. We compared an anonymous reporting method - the unmatched count technique (UCT) - to direct self-report… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2015.1090538

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