Knowledge of AIDS and self-efficacy to high-risk sexual practices among Lebanese males in New York
AbstractThe relationship of AIDS knowledge and self-efficacy to high-risk sexual practices among Lebanese males in NewYork was examined. Self-administered questionnaires were completed by a convenience sample. Relationships between AIDS-knowledge and self-efficacy and high-risk sexual practices for the 25 homosexual men were rarely significant, probably because of the small sample. The 261 heterosexual participants had statistically significant relationships between AIDS-knowledge and 9 high-risk sexual practices and between self-efficacy and 18 high-risk sexual practices. For heterosexuals, and to a lesser degree for homosexuals, high-risk sexual practices increased as drug-related behaviours and sex with prostitutes increased
Awad, K.Z. (2002). Knowledge of AIDS and self-efficacy to high-risk sexual practices among Lebanese males in New York. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/119222
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 8 (6), 732-748, 2002
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