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Sexual Risks Scale - Expectations to Resist Unsafe Sex (SRSE) « Surveys/Scales « Downloads

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Date postedJanuary 31, 2012
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CategoriesSurveys/Scales, Self-efficacy

Description

Background:
The following scale can be used to assess behavioral expectations to resist unsafe sex among college students. See DeHart and Birkimer (1997) for the use of this scale among other constructs within a theoretical framework. This is a subscale of the Sexual Risks Scale.

.Developers:
Dana D. DeHart and John C. Birkimer

Copyright:
Publisher: The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

References:
DeHart, D.D. & Birkimer, J.C. (1997). Trying to practice safer sex: development of the sexual risks scale. The Journal of Sex Research, 34, 11-25.

Reliability:
Cronbach alpha (Expectation subscale)= 0.82
Cronbach alpha (Entire scale)= 0.86
(DeHart and Birkimer 1997)

HIV-Related Outcomes:
Sex

Population:
College Students