Tag: Brian Mustanski
New IMPACT study shows a risk of lasting mental health problems for severely victimized LGBT youths.
Separating Family-Level and Direct Exposure Effects of Smoking During Pregnancy on Offspring Externalizing Symptoms: Bridging the Behavior Genetic and Behavior Teratologic Divide
It is premature to foreclose the possibility of a teratologic effect of maternal smoking during pregnancy on externalizing problems.
Racial/Ethnic Difference in HIV-Related Knowledge among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men and Their Association with Condom Errors
Findings stress need for more attention to HIV transmission-related educational activities targeting the social realities of YMSM.
Engagement in Group Sex Among Geosocial Networking Mobile Application-Using Men Who Have Sex with Men
Results show a significant risk for HIV/STI transmission within the group sex setting
A Data-Driven Simulation of HIV Spread Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men: Role of Age and Race Mixing and STIs
HIV prevention efforts should target YMSM across race and those in partnerships with older MSM.
Dimensionality and Genetic Correlates of Problem Behavior in Low-Income African American Adolescents
Comparative estimates drawn for the predictive utility of specific genes in problem behavior among study population.
Substance Use Network Characteristics and Drug and Alcohol Use Behaviors among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men (YMSM)
Structural characteristics of substance use networks may provide important information regarding the drug and alcohol use behavior of YMSM.
Description of steps undertaken to determine intervention acceptability and content for adolescent gay, bisexual, and queer men.
Study examines census data along with individual-level data from a longitudinal cohort of YMSM in Chicago.
Race-Based Sexual Stereotypes and Their Effects on Sexual Risk Behavior in Racially Diverse Young Men Who Have Sex with Men
Race-based stereotypes have important implications for the rate of condomless anal sex with racial minority partners for YMSM.