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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary APPENDIX C Background Papers WORKSHOP ON THE SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE BASE FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION Cecil and Ida Green Building (Room 104) 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC June 12–13, 1995 HIV/AIDS Prevention: Models of Individual Behavior in Social and Cultural Contexts - Craig Ewart, Ph.D. Response: What Do People Need to Know about AIDS? - Baruch Fischhoff, Ph.D. Response: Cognitive Psychology, Social Networks, and AIDS - Douglas Heckathorn, Ph.D. Social Science Intervention Models for Reducing HIV Transmission - Samuel R. Friedman, Ph.D. and Christina Wypijewska Response: Social Science Intervention Models: An Ethnographic Approach - Margaret Connors, Ph.D.
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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary Introduction: On the Concept of Community - Edward Laumann, Ph.D. Community Disintegration and Public Health: A Case Study of New York City - Robert Fullilove, III, Ed.D. Response: Societal Instability in International Perspective: Relevance to HIV/AIDS Prevention - Meredeth Turshen, Ph.D. Communication Campaigns for HIV Prevention: Using Mass Media in the Next Decade - June Flora, Ph.D., Edward Maibach, Ph.D., and David Holtgrave, Ph.D.
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