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The Influence of Perceived Risk on Behavioral Decision Making to Engage in Primary Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections (HPV and HIV)
(State University of New York at Buffalo, 2019)
Perceived risk, which has cognitive, affective, and experiential components, is hypothesized to be a central influence on decision making about health behavioral engagement. However, risk is typically measured solely in ...