Predicting Arrest in a Sample of Youth Perinatally Exposed to HIV: The Intersection of HIV and Key Contextual Factors

@article{Elkington2017PredictingAI,
  title={Predicting Arrest in a Sample of Youth Perinatally Exposed to HIV: The Intersection of HIV and Key Contextual Factors},
  author={Katherine S. Elkington and Zachary J. Peters and C. Jean Choi and Amelia Bucek and Cheng-Shiun Leu and Elaine J. Abrams and Claude A Mellins},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2017},
  volume={22},
  pages={3234-3243}
}
We examined the role of youth HIV status and other key factors on past-year arrest in perinatally HIV-exposed but uninfected (PHIV−) and perinatally HIV-infected (PHIV+) youth using data from a multi-site study of psychosocial behaviors in PHIV-exposed urban youth (N = 340; 61% PHIV+; 51% female; ages 9–16 at baseline). Youth and caregivers were administered 5 interviews, spanning approximately 7.5 years. Using longitudinal logistic mixed-effect models, we explored the association between past… CONTINUE READING

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