Session 163:
HIV-AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Friday, May 2
2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
Wellesley
3rd Floor

Chair: Alex C. Ezeh, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)
Discussant: Sanyu A. Mojola, University of Colorado at Boulder

  1. “Sometimes People Let Love Conquer Them”: How Love and Trust in Relationships among MSM Impact Perceptions of Sexual Risk and Sexual Decision-MakingTamar Goldenberg, Emory University; Karen L. Andes, Emory University

  2. Changing Attitudes and Beliefs towards HIV/AIDS: The Effect of Differential Exposure to HIV Prevention ProgramsTheresa M. Fedor, University of Pennsylvania

  3. Correlates of Perceived HIV Prevalence and Associations with HIV Testing Behavior among MSM in the United StatesDarcy White, Emory University; Rob Stephenson, Emory University

  4. The Effect of HIV Infection Risk Beliefs on Risky Sexual Behavior: Scared Straight or Scared to Death?Jason Kerwin, University of Michigan

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