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      Internet y conducta sexual de riesgo para VIH/SIDA en jóvenes Translated title: Internet and sexual risk behavior for HIV/AIDS in young people

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          Objetivo: Determinar si el uso de material sexual en línea influye en la conducta sexual de riesgo para VIH/SIDA en los jóvenes universitarios. Se utilizaron conceptos de la Teoría Cognitiva Social. Método: Diseño descriptivo correlacional, participaron 200 jóvenes universitarios, seleccionados por muestreo aleatorio sistemático (k = 11). Resultados: Los jóvenes que usaron material sexual en línea en medios ricos para masturbarse (r s = .34), excitarse (r s = .29), estimularse (r s = .29), buscar una aventura (r s = .30), conocer gente (r s = .27), imágenes (r s = .14) y cibersexo (r s = .25) mostraron mayor conducta sexual de riesgo para VIH/SIDA (p < .01). El uso de material sexual en línea para masturbarse (R² = 6.4%, F [1,189] = 12.80, p < .001), buscar una aventura (R² = 4.8%, F [1,189] = 9.56, p < .01), conocer gente (R² = 5.9%, F [1,189] = 11.88, p < .01) y tener cibersexo (R² = 4.1%, F [1,189] = 8.07, p < .01) presentó un efecto positivo y significativo en la conducta sexual de riesgo para VIH/SIDA. Conclusiones: El uso de material sexual en línea influye en la conducta sexual de riesgo para VIH/SIDA.

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          Objective: To determine whether the use of online sexual material influences sexual risk behavior for HIV / AIDS in young university students. Concepts of Social Cognitive Theory were used. Methods: A descriptive correlational design, involving 200 university students selected by systematic random sampling (k = 11). Results: Young people who used sexual material online rich media to masturbation (r s =.34), arousal (r s = 29), stimulation (r s = 29), adventure (r s = 30), meeting people (r s =.27), images (r s =.17) and cybersex (r s =.25) showed greater sexual risk behavior for HIV / AIDS (p <.01). The use of sexual material online for masturbation (R² = 6.4%, F [1,189] = 12.80, p <.001), seeking adventures (R² = 4.8%, F [1,189] = 9.56, p <.01), meeting people (R² = 5.9%, F [1,189] = 11.88, F [1,189] = 12.80, p <.001), seeking adventures (R² = 4.8%, F [1,189] = 9.56, p <.01), meeting people (R² = 5.9%, F [1,189] = 11.88, p <.01) and have cybersex (R² = 4.1%, F [1,189] = 8.07, HIV/AIDS. Conclusions: The use of online sexual material influences sexual risk behavior for HIV/AIDS.

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                Enfermería Global
                Enferm. glob.
                Universidad de Murcia (Murcia, Murcia, Spain )
                1695-6141
                April 2015
                : 14
                : 38
                : 151-159
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                Monterrey Nuevo León orgnameUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo León orgdiv1Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo en Ciencias de la Salud CIDICS
                orgnameUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL) orgdiv1Facultad de Enfermería
                orgnameUniversidad Autónoma de Nuevo León orgdiv1Facultad de Enfermeria (FAEN)
                Distrito Federal orgnameInstituto Autónomo de México orgdiv1Departamento Académico de Computación
                Ciudad del Carmen Campeche orgnameUniversidad Autónoma del Carmen México
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                AIDS, conducta sexual, riesgo, Internet, VIH, SIDA, sexual behavior, risk, STIs, HIV

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