Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People

Reinecke J, Schmidt P, Ajzen I (1997)
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27: 743-759.

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Reinecke J, Schmidt P, Ajzen I. Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27. 1997:743-759.
Reinecke, J., Schmidt, P., & Ajzen, I. (1997). Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 743-759.
Reinecke, J., Schmidt, P., and Ajzen, I. (1997). Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 743-759.
Reinecke, J., Schmidt, P., & Ajzen, I., 1997. Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, , p 743-759.
J. Reinecke, P. Schmidt, and I. Ajzen, “Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People”, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 1997, pp. 743-759.
Reinecke, J., Schmidt, P., Ajzen, I.: Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27. 743-759 (1997).
Reinecke, Jost, Schmidt, Peter, and Ajzen, Icek. “Birth Control Versus AIDS Prevention: A Hierarchical Model of Condom Use Among young People”. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27 (1997): 743-759.
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