What really works? An exploratory study of condom negotiation strategies.

@article{Lam2004WhatRW,
  title={What really works? An exploratory study of condom negotiation strategies.},
  author={Amy G. Lam and Amy Y Mak and Patricia Lindsay and Stephen T. Russell},
  journal={AIDS education and prevention : official publication of the International Society for AIDS Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={160-71}
}
Verbal-direct strategies are assumed to be the most effective strategies in negotiating condom use. Both cultural and gender differences in communication styles suggest that individuals may negotiate condoms in ways that are not exclusively verbal and direct. This study examined the use of other forms of condom negotiations by developing an exploratory scale that distinguished strategies on how verbal and direct they were (i.e., verbal-direct, verbal-indirect, nonverbal-direct, nonverbal… CONTINUE READING
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