October 14, 2004

Studies on drinking and unwanted pregnancies

Chesson HW. Harrison P. Stall R. Changes in alcohol consumption and in sexually transmitted disease incidence rates in the United States: 1983-1998. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 64(5):623-30, 2003 Sep. CONCLUSIONS: The association between alcohol and risky sex, well documented at the level of the individual, might hold at the population level as well.

Jones BT. Jones BC. Thomas AP. Piper J. Alcohol consumption increases attractiveness ratings of opposite-sex faces: a possible third route to risky sex. Addiction. 98(8):1069-75, 2003 Aug.

Leigh BC. Alcohol and condom use: a meta-analysis of event-level studies. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(8):476-82, 2002 Aug.

Messiah A. Bloch J. Blin P. Alcohol or drug use and compliance with safer sex guidelines for STD/HIV infection. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 25(3):119-24, 1998 Mar.

O'Hare,Thomas. Drinking and risky sexual behavior in young women and men: A covalidation study. Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education, 1998, 43, 3, 66-77.

Anderson PB. Mathieu DA. College students' high-risk sexual behavior following alcohol consumption. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. 22(4):259-64, 1996 Winter.

Halpern-Felsher BL. Millstein SG. Ellen JM. Relationship of alcohol use and risky sexual behavior: a review and analysis of findings. Journal of Adolescent Health. 19(5):331-6, 1996 Nov.

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