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African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public housing developments.

Abstract African-American adolescents living in high-risk inner-city environments have been disproportionately affected by the epidemics of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted diseases. Understanding the factors that influence the use of condoms by adolescents is critical for developing effective behavioral interventions. The present study examined the demographic, psychosocial, and behavioral correlates of condom use among African-American adolescents residing in public housing developments in an HIV epicenter (San Francisco) and prospectively evaluated the stability of these significant cross-sectional variables to predict consistent condom use.
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Journal Title pediatrics
Publication Year Start
%A DiClemente, R. J.; Lodico, M.; Grinstead, O. A.; Harper, G.; Rickman, R. L.; Evans, P. E.; Coates, T. J.
%T African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public housing developments.
%J Pediatrics, vol. 98, no. 2 Pt 1, pp. 269-278
%D 08/1996
%V 98
%N 2 Pt 1
%M eng
%B African-American adolescents living in high-risk inner-city environments have been disproportionately affected by the epidemics of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted diseases. Understanding the factors that influence the use of condoms by adolescents is critical for developing effective behavioral interventions. The present study examined the demographic, psychosocial, and behavioral correlates of condom use among African-American adolescents residing in public housing developments in an HIV epicenter (San Francisco) and prospectively evaluated the stability of these significant cross-sectional variables to predict consistent condom use.
%K Adolescent, Adolescent Behavior, Adult, African Americans, Condoms, Contraception Behavior, Cross-Sectional Studies, Female, Follow-Up Studies, HIV Infections, Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice, Humans, Logistic Models, Male, Poverty Areas, Prospective Studies, Public Housing, Risk-Taking, San Francisco, Sexual Behavior, Sexually Transmitted Diseases
%P 269
%L 278
%W PHY
%G AUTHOR
%R 1996.......98..269D

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and Evans, P. E.
and Coates, T. J.",
title="African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public housing developments.",
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abstract="African-American adolescents living in high-risk inner-city environments have been disproportionately affected by the epidemics of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted diseases. Understanding the factors that influence the use of condoms by adolescents is critical for developing effective behavioral interventions. The present study examined the demographic, psychosocial, and behavioral correlates of condom use among African-American adolescents residing in public housing developments in an HIV epicenter (San Francisco) and prospectively evaluated the stability of these significant cross-sectional variables to predict consistent condom use.",
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%A DiClemente, R. J.
%A Lodico, M.
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%A Harper, G.
%A Rickman, R. L.
%A Evans, P. E.
%A Coates, T. J.
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AU DiClemente, RJ
   Lodico, M
   Grinstead, OA
   Harper, G
   Rickman, RL
   Evans, PE
   Coates, TJ
TI African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public housing developments.
SO Pediatrics
PD Aug
PY 1996
BP 269
EP 278
VL 98
IS 2 Pt 1
LA eng
DE Adolescent; Adolescent Behavior; Adult; African Americans; Condoms; Contraception Behavior; Cross-Sectional Studies; Female; Follow-Up Studies; HIV Infections; Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice; Humans; Logistic Models; Male; Poverty Areas; Prospective Studies; Public Housing; Risk-Taking; San Francisco; Sexual Behavior; Sexually Transmitted Diseases
AB African-American adolescents living in high-risk inner-city environments have been disproportionately affected by the epidemics of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted diseases. Understanding the factors that influence the use of condoms by adolescents is critical for developing effective behavioral interventions. The present study examined the demographic, psychosocial, and behavioral correlates of condom use among African-American adolescents residing in public housing developments in an HIV epicenter (San Francisco) and prospectively evaluated the stability of these significant cross-sectional variables to predict consistent condom use.
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STAT- MEDLINE
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DCOM- 19960829
LR  - 20100324
IS  - 0031-4005 (Print)
IS  - 0031-4005 (Linking)
VI  - 98
IP  - 2 Pt 1
DP  - 1996 Aug
TI  - African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use
      condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public
      housing developments.
PG  - 269-78
AB  - OBJECTIVE: African-American adolescents living in high-risk inner-city
      environments have been disproportionately affected by the epidemics of human
      immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other sexually transmitted diseases.
      Understanding the factors that influence the use of condoms by adolescents is
      critical for developing effective behavioral interventions. The present study
      examined the demographic, psychosocial, and behavioral correlates of condom use
      among African-American adolescents residing in public housing developments in an 
      HIV epicenter (San Francisco) and prospectively evaluated the stability of these 
      significant cross-sectional variables to predict consistent condom use. DESIGN: A
      prospective study. SETTING: Two public housing developments in San Francisco.
      PARTICIPANTS: African-American adolescents and young adults between 12 and 21
      years of age were recruited though street outreach and completed a theoretically 
      derived research interview assessing HIV-related knowledge, attitudes, and
      behaviors. After a 6-month period, adolescents completed a follow-up interview
      similar to the baseline measure. Among adolescents reporting sexual activity in
      the 6 months before completing the baseline interview (n = 116), logistic
      regression analysis evaluated the influence of demographic, psychosocial, and
      behavioral factors on consistent condom use. RESULTS: Adolescents who had high
      assertive self-efficacy to demand condom use (adjusted odds ratio [OR], 11),
      perceived peer norms as supporting condom use (OR, 4.2), had greater impulse
      control (OR, 3.7), were male (OR, 4.7), and were younger (OR, 2.9) were more
      likely to report consistent condom use. Frequency of sexual intercourse was
      inversely related to condom use; adolescents with higher numbers of sexual
      episodes were less likely to use condoms consistently. Prospective analyses
      identified the baseline level of condom use as the best predictor of condom use
      at the 6-month follow-up. Adolescents who were consistent condom users at
      baseline were 7.4 times as likely to be consistent condom users during the
      follow-up period. Of those adolescents changing their frequency of condom use
      during the follow-up interval, significantly more engaged in risky behavior;
      33.3% changed from consistent to inconsistent condom use, whereas 20.6% changed
      from inconsistent to consistent use (OR, 1.6). CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest 
      that HIV prevention programs need to be implemented early, before high-risk
      behaviors are established and may be more difficult to modify.
FAU - DiClemente, R J
AU  - DiClemente RJ
AD  - School of Public Health, Department of Health Behavior, University of Alabama at 
      Birmingham 35294-2010, USA.
FAU - Lodico, M
AU  - Lodico M
FAU - Grinstead, O A
AU  - Grinstead OA
FAU - Harper, G
AU  - Harper G
FAU - Rickman, R L
AU  - Rickman RL
FAU - Evans, P E
AU  - Evans PE
FAU - Coates, T J
AU  - Coates TJ
LA  - eng
PT  - Journal Article
PT  - Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.
PL  - UNITED STATES
TA  - Pediatrics
JT  - Pediatrics
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SB  - IM
SB  - X
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MH  - Adolescent Behavior/ethnology
MH  - Adult
MH  - *African Americans
MH  - Condoms/*utilization
MH  - Contraception Behavior/*ethnology
MH  - Cross-Sectional Studies
MH  - Female
MH  - Follow-Up Studies
MH  - HIV Infections/*prevention & control
MH  - Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
MH  - Humans
MH  - Logistic Models
MH  - Male
MH  - Poverty Areas
MH  - Prospective Studies
MH  - Public Housing
MH  - Risk-Taking
MH  - San Francisco/epidemiology
MH  - Sexual Behavior/*ethnology
MH  - Sexually Transmitted Diseases/prevention & control
EDAT- 1996/08/01
MHDA- 1996/08/01 00:01
CRDT- 1996/08/01 00:00
PST - ppublish
SO  - Pediatrics. 1996 Aug;98(2 Pt 1):269-78.
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AU  - Lodico, M.
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AU  - Harper, G.
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AU  - Coates, T. J.
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TI  - African-American adolescents residing in high-risk urban environments do use condoms: correlates and predictors of condom use among adolescents in public housing developments.
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EP  - 278
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KW  - Condoms
KW  - Contraception Behavior
KW  - Cross-Sectional Studies
KW  - Female
KW  - Follow-Up Studies
KW  - HIV Infections
KW  - Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
KW  - Humans
KW  - Logistic Models
KW  - Male
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KW  - Public Housing
KW  - Risk-Taking
KW  - San Francisco
KW  - Sexual Behavior
KW  - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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