Research Publication Title

Condom Embarrassment, Self-Efficacy, and Acquisition among College Students

Faculty Mentor(s)

Scott Butler

Keywords

college students, condoms

Abstract

The current study is designed to evaluate condom embarrassment, acquisition, and self-efficacy among college students. The sample is made up of 168 Georgia College students. The data was collected through a survey that students were asked to fill out during the beginning or end of one of their regular class times. The survey includes questions about how embarrassed the student is about using condoms, how confident he or she is in their ability to properly use a condom, and where he or she has acquired condoms.

Start Date

22-4-2016 9:00 AM

End Date

22-4-2016 10:00 AM

Location

HSB 211

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Condom Embarrassment, Self-Efficacy, and Acquisition among College Students

HSB 211

The current study is designed to evaluate condom embarrassment, acquisition, and self-efficacy among college students. The sample is made up of 168 Georgia College students. The data was collected through a survey that students were asked to fill out during the beginning or end of one of their regular class times. The survey includes questions about how embarrassed the student is about using condoms, how confident he or she is in their ability to properly use a condom, and where he or she has acquired condoms.