Examining the viewing pattern of Web-delivered personalized feedback interventions aimed at reducing alcohol-related risky sexual behavior among young adults

Xiaoyin Li, Melissa Ardelle Lewis, Anne M. Fairlie, Mary E. Larimer, Eun Young Mun

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Abstract

Objective: The present study examined young adults’ completion of the Web-based intervention content in a randomized trial that tested two Personalized Feedback Interventions (PFIs) for alcohol use and risky sex behavior (RSB). Method: Data are from a study that evaluated efficacy of two Web-delivered PFIs (combined PFI and integrated PFI) among 269 sexually active young adults between the ages of 18 and 25. We described the view patterns of the Web-based intervention and examined if baseline sociodemographic and alcohol- and sex-related behavioral factors were associated with the completion of PFI. Results: Many participants viewed the intervention more than one time, and the majority finished all intervention pages in at least one session. Older participants and participants who drink more frequently prior to or during sex were more likely to complete. Conclusions: Most participants, especially the young adults who were at higher risk, utilized the intervention contents as intended.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of American College Health
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2022

Keywords

  • Alcohol-related sexual behavior
  • PFI
  • Web-based intervention
  • young adults

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