Session 62:
Advances in Measures and Models of Sexual Behavior

Thursday, May 3
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Continental Parlor 1
Ballroom Level

Chair: Michelle Poulin, University of North Texas
Discussant: Michaela Gulemetova, National Education Association (NEA)
Discussant: Alexandra Minnis, RTI International

  1. Is Sexual Intercourse Related to Mood and Relationship Quality? Results from Electronic Daily Diary Data in Cebu, PhilippinesMichelle J. Hindin, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Socorro A. Gultiano, University of San Carlos

  2. Inconsistent Respondents and Sensitive QuestionsRuben Castro, University of Pennsylvania

  3. An Assessment of the Sealed Envelope Method to Measure Reports of Sensitive Behaviors among Women and Men in Nigeria and ZambiaAnn E. Biddlecom, United Nations Population Division; Akinrinola Bankole, Guttmacher Institute; Odun Akinyemi, University of Ibadan; Kumbutso Dzekedzeke, Independent Consultant; Allison Grossman, Guttmacher Institute; Isaac Adewole, University of Ibadan; Adesina Oladokun, University of Ibadan

  4. Assessing the Validity of Sexual Behaviour Reporting among Young Women in Kampala, Uganda: Evidence from a Randomised Interview Mode Experiment with Biological DataChristine A. Kelly, Population Council; Paul C. Hewett, Population Council; Barbara S. Mensch, Population Council; Sam Nsobya, Molecular Research Laboratory (MOLAB), MU-UCSF; Sam Kalibala, Population Council; Wilson Nyegenye, Uganda Bureau of Statistics; Pamela Kakande, Uganda Bureau of Statistics

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