The collectivity of sexual behaviour.

  title={The collectivity of sexual behaviour.},
  author={Deborah Ann Cohen and Thomas A. Farley and Krystal Mason and Greg Ridgeway},
  journal={International journal of STD & AIDS},
  volume={17 3},
Human behaviour can be viewed as a collective phenomenon, determined partly by the group to which individuals belong. Collectivities of health behaviour have been found in alcohol consumption, hypertension, obesity, mental illness, and sodium intake in that the average level of risk is associated with the percentage of individuals at extremely high risk.The goal was to investigate whether sexual behaviour may be collectively determined. A cross-sectional US survey was conducted. Across 45… CONTINUE READING