Risk for HIV infection among bisexual men seeking HIV-prevention services and risks posed to their female partners.

@article{Kalichman1998RiskFH,
  title={Risk for HIV infection among bisexual men seeking HIV-prevention services and risks posed to their female partners.},
  author={Seth C. Kalichman and Roger A. Roffman and Joseph F. Picciano and Marc Bolan},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  year={1998},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={320-7}
}
The present study interviewed gay (n = 473) and bisexual men (n = 146) as part of an HIV prevention program and investigated social cognitive factors associated with HIV risk. Results indicated that HIV risk in homosexual men was associated with sexual openness and connections to gay communities, factors not associated with risk for bisexual men. Compared with men at lower risk, those who practiced high-risk sex scored lower on measures of perceived safer sex norms, safer sex self-efficacy, and… CONTINUE READING

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