Balancing risk and pleasure: Sexual self-control as a moderator of the influence of sexual desires on sexual risk-taking in men who have sex with men.

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Although MSM who are higher in sexual sensation seeking are more likely to engage in sexual risk-taking, some men successfully self-regulate the influence of their sexual desires on UAI-C. While men high in sexual self-control may spontaneously control their sexual desires, men low in sexual self-control may benefit from a generation of prevention tools that promote planning ahead of time.
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Adam, Philippe
de Wit, John
Teva, I
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2008
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