Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 17th, 1995
CDC's T.A. Peterman examined the issue of selective participation by posing the question, "'Can we get people to participate in a study of sexual behavior'" in the title to an article in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, (May-June 1995;22(3):164-168).
Many factors influence an individual's participation in a study of sexual behavior, Peterman explains. Factors include who is doing the study, who the participants are, what it means to participate, what the study involves, and what is meant by sexual...
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