Who participates in which health promotion programs? A meta-analysis of motivations underlying enrollment and retention in HIV-prevention interventions.

@article{Noguchi2007WhoPI,
  title={Who participates in which health promotion programs? A meta-analysis of motivations underlying enrollment and retention in HIV-prevention interventions.},
  author={Kenji Noguchi and Dolores Albarracin and Marta R. Durantini and Laura R. Glasman},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2007},
  volume={133 6},
  pages={955-75}
}
This meta-analysis examines whether exposure to HIV-prevention interventions follows self-validation or risk-reduction motives. The dependent measures used in the study were enrolling in an HIV-prevention program and completing the program. Results indicated that first samples with low prior condom use were less likely to enroll than samples with high prior condom use. Second, samples with high knowledge were less likely to stay in an intervention than were those with low knowledge. Third… CONTINUE READING