CYASCanada Youth and AIDS Study (Journal of School Health)
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The CYAS was conducted during the mid 1980s during a period of heightened attention given to HIV/AIDS when educational resources and services were emerging.
The Canada Youth and AIDS Study (CYAS) [14] included representative samples of public school students in grades 9 and 11 and used self-administered questionaires.
These results are consistent with results from the NSAM, [10] the NASHS, [12] and CYAS, [14] and school-based surveys of high school students conducted by departments of education in 30 states, 10 cities, and two territories in 1989.
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For example, the 1988 Canada Youth and AIDS Study (CYAS) (King et al., 1988), the only national survey to date that focused specifically on adolescent sexual behaviour, found a sex difference in 1986 in the percentage of grade 9 males and females who had intercourse (31% of males versus 21% of females) but little difference between the sexes in grade 11 (49% males versus 46% females).
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The 1988 Canada Youth and AIDS Study (CYAS) is the only national survey that has focused on sexual behaviour of youth (King, et al., 1989).
The data for this study are from the Canada Youth and AIDS Study (CYAS) (King et al., 1988) conducted by the Social Program Evaluation Group at Queen's University and funded by the National Health Research and Development Program (NHRDP), Health and Welfare Canada, in collaboration with the Federal Centre for AIDS (FCA).
James' CYP formula did indeed predict two of the four CYA winners in 2004 and 2005: Johan Santana (AL 2004) and Chris Carpenter (NL 2005).