Archival Analysis of the Urban Men’s Health Study 2002

This study will utilize data from the Urban Men’s Health Study 2002, a probability-based survey of 879 men who have sex with men (MSM) in San Francisco. These data provide a unique, cost-effective opportunity to examine psychological correlates of stimulant use among MSM who were recruited through probability-based sampling methods. Informed by Stress and Coping Theory, the study will utilize structural equation modeling to examine psychological correlates of engaging in any stimulant use during the past 6 months with 711 MSM who completed a mail-in questionnaire that assessed psychological factors and substance use.

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Author(s): Adam Carrico
Population: Gay Men and Men Who Have Sex with Men
Category: Domestic, Methods
Published: 2010