Psychosocial correlates of voluntary HIV antibody testing in college students.

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Although past research has examined correlates of HIV testing, much of it has focused on demographic differences between tested and nontested individuals. The present study examined psychosocial differences between individuals seeking a voluntary HIV test at a college student health center and individuals who have never had an HIV test. Variables included… (More)

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@article{Dorr1999PsychosocialCO, title={Psychosocial correlates of voluntary HIV antibody testing in college students.}, author={Nathan P Dorr and Stefan Kr{\"u}ckeberg and Anthony Strathman and M. D. Wood}, journal={AIDS education and prevention : official publication of the International Society for AIDS Education}, year={1999}, volume={11 1}, pages={14-27} }