Race/ethnicity, education, and age are associated with engagement in ecological momentary assessment text messaging among substance-using MSM in San Francisco.

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BACKGROUND Ecological momentary assessments (EMA) are data collection approaches that characterize behaviors in real-time. However, EMA is underutilized in alcohol and substance use research among men who have sex with men (MSM). The aim of this analysis is to explore the correlates of engagement in EMA text messages among substance-using MSM in San… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsat.2017.01.007

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@article{Turner2017RaceethnicityEA, title={Race/ethnicity, education, and age are associated with engagement in ecological momentary assessment text messaging among substance-using MSM in San Francisco.}, author={Caitlin M Turner and Phillip Oliver Coffin and Deirdre McDermott Santos and Shannon Huffaker and Tim Matheson and Jason Euren and Anna DeMartini and Chris Rowe and Steven Laszlo Batki and Glenn-Milo Santos}, journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment}, year={2017}, volume={75}, pages={43-48} }