Life optimism, substance use, and AIDS-specific attitudes associated with HIV risk behavior among disadvantaged innercity women.

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The development of more effective human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention programs for disadvantaged women requires identification of factors associated with risk. In the present study, 158 women - all of whom met criteria indicative of HIV risk - were recruited in innercity primary healthcare clinics and administered measurements that assessed… (More)

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@article{Somlai2000LifeOS, title={Life optimism, substance use, and AIDS-specific attitudes associated with HIV risk behavior among disadvantaged innercity women.}, author={Anton M. Somlai and Jeffrey A. Kelly and Timothy Glenn Heckman and Kristin L. Hackl and Lisbeth Runge and C. Wright}, journal={Journal of women's health & gender-based medicine}, year={2000}, volume={9 10}, pages={1101-11} }