Condom Barriers Scale

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The Condom Barriers Scale is an 29-item instrument designed to measure men and women's perceived barriers to condom use for prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Items are rated on a five-point Likert scale (from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree") and include statements like: "Most of the time, neither of us has a condom available," "Condoms rub and cause irritation," "Condoms cost too much," or "If I suggested my partner use a condom he/she might think I am putting him/her down or insulting him/her."
Sexual Behavior/HIV

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