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R., Dodge, B., Schick, V., Herbenick, D., Hubach, R.
Women’s use and perceptions of lubricants: prevalence and characteristics in a nationally representative sample of US adults.
Below is a list of selected publications based upon the Center's projects.
Please contact us if you would like to receive a copy of any papers listed below. Bowling, J., Dodge B., Banik, S., Bartelt, E., Rawat, S., Guerra-Reyes, L., Hensel, D., Herbenick, D., and Anand V.
Dual method use at last sexual encounter: a nationally representative, episode-level analysis of US men and women: Prepared for resubmission to Contraception.
Preferred Methods of Sexually Transmitted Infection Service Delivery Among an Urban Sample of Underserved Midwestern Men.
Difference in condom use between bear concordant and discordant dyads during the last anal sex event.
Sexual diversity in the United States: Results from a nationally representative probablity sample of adult women and men. https://doi.org/10.1371/0181198 Chatterji, S., Bay-Cheng, L., Schick, V. The year’s best: Interpersonal elements of bisexual women’s most satisfying sexual experiences in the past year. Loneliness, HIV-related stigma, and condom use among a predominantly rural sample of HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM). Schick, V., Hensel, D., Herbenick, D., Dodge, B., Reece, M., Sanders, S., & Fortenberry, J. Sexual Desire Discrepancy as a Feature, Not a Bug, of Long‐Term Relationships: Women's Self‐Reported Strategies for Modulating Sexual Desire. A., Schick, V., Herbenick, D., Reece, M., & Fortenberry, J.