Interactive video behavioral intervention to reduce adolescent females' STD risk: a randomized controlled trial.

Abstract

A longitudinal randomized design was used to evaluate the impact of a theoretically based, stand-alone interactive video intervention on 300 urban adolescent girls' (a) knowledge about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), (b) self-reported sexual risk behavior, and (c) STD acquisition. It was compared to two controls, representing high-quality… (More)

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@article{Downs2004InteractiveVB, title={Interactive video behavioral intervention to reduce adolescent females' STD risk: a randomized controlled trial.}, author={Julie S. Downs and Pamela Murray and W{\"a}ndi Bruine de Bruin and Joyce E Penrose and Claire R Palmgren and Baruch Fischhoff}, journal={Social science & medicine}, year={2004}, volume={59 8}, pages={1561-72} }