Based on previous literature, how people feel about using condoms and the consequences of performing unprotected sexual activities, plus how people define risky sexual behaviors, are associated with their intentions to use condoms in the future. This study hypothesized that self-efficacy, perceived benefits and risks of unprotected sex, and the definitions of risky vaginal and non-vaginal intercourses, were associated with Chinese college students’ intentions to use condoms in the future in their sexual activities with regular and casual partners.
Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
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Sydney Australia, April 2007