AUTHOR: OGONWA CHUKWUEMEKA HENRY
AFFILIATION: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
The objective of the present study was to determine the Relationship between HIV/AIDS information on sexual assertiveness, sensation seeking and compulsivity behaviour. To test these expectations, the mean, standard deviation and correlational (Pearson Product moment coefficient) method for data analysis was used. The study comprised 51 Seminarians, 41 Psychology students and 129 final year Law students. The results show that there was no significant correlation between HIV/AIDS information awareness and sensation seeking among the participants. Secondly, there was statistically significant negative correlation between participants’ HIV/AIDS information awareness and their sexual compulsivity and finally, there was a positive correlation between HIV/AIDS and sexual assertiveness. Conclusions, recommendations and suggestions for further studies were based on the results.
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Tags: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome-AIDS, AIDS Dementia Complex-ADC, Assertiveness, Blood-Borne Pathogens, Carnes Addiction Model, Cognitive Ability, Coinfection, Cryptococus Neoformans, Cytomegalovirus, Genetic Variability, Global Crisis, HIV Superinfection, HIV Viral Tropism, HIV-Epidemiology, HIV-Latency Stage, HIV-Perinatal Transmission, HIV-Sexual Transmission, HIV-Symptoms, HIV-Transmission, Human Herpers Virus-8 (HHV-8), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Human Papillomavirus, Invasive Cervical Cancer, Mother to child transmission, Neurochemical Theories, Obsessive-Compulsivity Disorder, Pneumocystis Pneumonia, Prognosis, Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML), Psychological Distress Theories, Psychology-Thesis-2012, Pulmonary Infection, Sensation Seeking, Sexual Addiction, Sexual Addiction Indicators, Sexual Assertiveness, Sexual Assertiveness Scale., Sexual Decision-Making Process-Cognitive Factors, Sexual Dependency, Sexual Obsession, Sexual Sensation, Toxoplasmosis, Tuberculosis, WHO-Disease-Staging-System, World Health Organization