Wilkin, Thomas L. Planet Earth. Returning user. It is unclear whether a large change in a few people or a small change in everyone ultimately has a more substantial impact on society. Leland J.
Horn presented a multidimensional framework to describe predictors of self-reported attitudes. In the third step, adding interactions between date and the demographics added little additional prediction of explicit preferences to the model.
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A study among Indiana men aged 18—45 who have sex with men assessed the acceptability of and preferences for pharmacy-based and over-the-counter OTC HIV testing. Jan S. Eric K.
Hergenrather, Leland J. This community-based participatory research CBPR study was designed to identify factors associated with the use of free condoms during most recent anal intercourse among self-identifying gay and bisexual men who reported condom use. In other words, if everyone develops more positive attitudes toward gay men and lesbians, then the variation across individuals by demographic factors will be preserved, making date a small contributor in accounting for variation across individuals, while still demonstrating a substantial societal shift.
Notably, the shift in explicit preferences was about twice the size of the shift in implicit preferences in this sample. Hierarchical regression evaluating shift in implicit preferences across time Though our primary research question is about societal change over time i.
Explicit preferences for straight people compared to lesbian and gay people.