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Associations between Croatian Adolescents’ Use of Sexually Explicit Material and Risky Sexual Behavior: A Latent Growth Curve Modeling Approach / Koletić, Goran ; Štulhofer, Aleksandar ; Tomić, Ivan ; Knežević Ćuća, Jadranka.

By: Koletić, Goran.
Contributor(s): Štulhofer, Aleksandar [aut] | Tomić, Ivan [aut] | Knežević Ćuća, Jadranka [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: .Other title: Associations between Croatian Adolescents’ Use of Sexually Explicit Material and Risky Sexual Behavior: A Latent Growth Curve Modeling Approach [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 3.03 | 5.05 | 5.06 | Adolescents, Pornography, Sexual Behavior, Risk-Taking, Testosterone, Longitudinal Studies | Adolescents, Pornography, Sexual Behavior, Risk-Taking, Testosterone, Longitudinal Studies In: International Journal of Sexual Health (2019)Summary: Objectives. The aim of this bio-behavioral longitudinal study was to assess the association between SEM use and risky sexual behavior among Croatian adolescents (n = 577). Methods. The data were collected over the period of 15 months. Conditional dual-domain latent growth modeling was used. Results. Male adolescents’ initial SEM use, but not subsequent growth, was related to changes in sexual risk taking over the observed period. Among female adolescents, SEM use and sexual risk taking were significantly related only at baseline. Conclusions. Our findings point to gender- specific association between adolescents’ SEM use and risky sexual behavior.
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Objectives. The aim of this bio-behavioral longitudinal study was to assess the association between SEM use and risky sexual behavior among Croatian adolescents (n = 577). Methods. The data were collected over the period of 15 months. Conditional dual-domain latent growth modeling was used. Results. Male adolescents’ initial SEM use, but not subsequent growth, was related to changes in sexual risk taking over the observed period. Among female adolescents, SEM use and sexual risk taking were significantly related only at baseline. Conclusions. Our findings point to gender- specific association between adolescents’ SEM use and risky sexual behavior.

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