Alcohol use and serial monogamy as risks for sexually transmitted diseases in young adults

  • Corbin W
  • Fromme K
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students at a large university in the Southeast. Data were gathered from a probability sample of students through a mail survey. A three-step hier- archical logistic regression analysis showed gender differences in the pathway for high-risk drinking. For men, high-risk drinking was predicted by a com- bination of individual characteristics and contextual factors. For women, interpersonal factors, along with individual characteristics and contextual factors, predicted high-risk drinking, highlighting the importance of understanding female sexual relationships and raising questions about women’s risk-taking behavior. Implications for prevention and assessment are

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  • Alcohol expectancy
  • Condom use
  • Inhibition conflict
  • Serial monogamy

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  • William R. Corbin

  • Kim Fromme

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