HIV/AIDS

How Condom Discontinuation Occurs: Interviews with Emerging Adult Women. Mullinax, Sanders, Dennis, Higgins, Fortenberry, and Reece. 2016. Journal of Sex Research 54(4-5): 642-650.

Fatherhood, Marriage, and HIV Risk Among Young Men in Rural Uganda. Mathur, Higgins, Thummalachetty, Rasmussen, Kelley, Nakyanjo, Nalugoda, and Santelli. 2016. Culture, Health & Sexuality 18(5): 538-552.

Establishment of Safety Paradigms and Trust in Emerging Adult Relationships. Mullinax, Sanders, Higgins, Reece, and Fortenberry. 2016. Culture, Health, and Sexuality, Culture, Health & Sexuality 18(8): 890-904.

The Role of Young Adults’ Pleasure Attitudes in Shaping Condom UseHiggins and Wang. 2015. American Journal of Public Health 105(7): 1329-1332.

Which Young Adults Are Most Likely to Use Withdrawal? The importance of Pregnancy Attitudes and Pleasure. Higgins and Wang. 2015. Contraception 91: 320-327.

The Importance of Relationship Context in HIV Transmission: Results from a Qualitative Case-Control Study in Rakai, Uganda. 2014. Higgins, Mathur, Nakyanjo, et al. American Journal of Public Health 104(4): 612-620.

Use of Withdrawal (Coitus Interruptus) for both Pregnancy and HIV Prevention among Young Adults in Rakai, Uganda. Higgins, Gregor, Mathur, et al. 2014. Journal of Sexual Medicine 11(10): 2421-2427.

Use of Withdrawal (Coitus Interruptus) for both Pregnancy and HIV Prevention among Young Adults in Rakai, Uganda. Higgins, Gregor, Mathur, et al. 2014. Journal of Sexual Medicine 11(10): 2421-2427.

Behavioral, Biological, and Demographic Risk and Protective Factors for New HIV Infections among Youth in Rakai, Uganda. Santelli, Edlestein, Mathur, et al. 2013. JAIDS (Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes) 63(3): 393-400.

Including Women’s Pleasure in the Next Generation of Condoms. Higgins and Fennell. 2013. Journal of Sexual Medicine 10(12): 3151-3.

Community Understandings of and Responses to Gender Equality and Empowerment in Rakai, Uganda. Mullinax, Higgins, Nakyanjo, et al. 2013. Global Public Health 8(4): 465-478.

Contexts of Risk and Networks of Protection and Protection: NYC West Indian Immigrants’ Perceptions of Migration and Vulnerability to Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Hoffman, Higgins, Beckford, et al. 2011.Culture, Health & Sexuality 13(5): 513-528.

Rethinking Gender, Heterosexual Men, and “Women’s Vulnerability” to HIV/AIDS. Higgins, Hoffman, and Dworkin. 2010. American Journal of Public Health 100(3): 435-445.

Lack of understanding of acute HIV infection among newly-infected persons-implications for prevention and public health: The NIMH Multisite Acute HIV Infection Study: II. Remien, Higgins, Hirsch, et al. 2009. AIDS & Behavior 13(6): 1046-1053.

Behavior Change Following Diagnosis with Acute/Early HIV Infection—A Move to Serosorting with Other HIV-Infected Individuals. The NIMH Multisite Acute HIV Infection Study: III. Steward, Remien, Higgins, et l. 2009. AIDS & Behavior 13(6): 1054-1060.

Psychiatric Context of Acute/Early HIV Infection. The NIMH Multisite Acute HIV Infection Study: IVHealth Status of Persons with Acute HIV Infection. Atkinson, Higgins, Dubrow, et al. 2009 AIDS & Behavior 13(6): 1061-1067.

Lessons learned about behavioral science and acute/early HIV infection. The NIMH Multisite Acute HIV Infection Study: V. Kelly, Seal, Pinkerton, et al. 2009. AIDS & Behavior 13(6): 1068-1074.

Microbicide Acceptability: Insights for Future Directions from Providers and Policy Makers. Hoffman, Cooper, Ramjee, et al. 2008. AIDS Education & Prevention 20(2): 188-202.

Sexual Needs, Control, and Refusal: How “Doing” Class and Gender Influences Sexual Risk Taking. Higgins and Browne. 2008. Journal of Sex Research 45(3): 233-245.

The Social Constructions of Sexuality: Marital Infidelity and Sexually Transmitted Disease-HIV Risk in a Mexican Migrant Community. Hirsch, Higgins, Nathanson et al. 2002. American Journal of Public Health 92(8): 1227-1237.

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