Links between sex-related expectations about alcohol, heavy episodic drinking and sexual risk among young men in a shantytown in Lima, Peru.

@article{GlvezBuccollini2008LinksBS,
  title={Links between sex-related expectations about alcohol, heavy episodic drinking and sexual risk among young men in a shantytown in Lima, Peru.},
  author={Juan Antonio G{\'a}lvez-Buccollini and Valerie A Paz-Soldan and Phabiola M Herrera and Suzanne L Delea and Robert H. Gilman and James C Anthony},
  journal={International family planning perspectives},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={
          15-20
        }
}
CONTEXT Alcohol use is frequently identified as a contributor to risky sexual behaviors; however, research results are mixed. Given the conflicting evidence, researchers have focused on other factors, such as expectations about alcohol's effects that might help explain the relationship of alcohol use and risky sexual behaviors. METHODS Cross-sectional data from 312 sexually experienced males aged 18-30 in a shantytown in Lima, Peru, were used in logistic regression models to identify… CONTINUE READING

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