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The National Institute of Mental Health's Multi-Site Condom Use Self-Efficacy Scale identified five factors and may represent a more comprehensive approach to condom use self-efficacy.
The Condom Use Self-Efficacy Scale has been used and determined valid and reliable for use among a geographically diverse group of STD clinic patients (Dilorio, Maibach, O'Leary, Sanderson, & Celentano, 1997).
During the fall 2000 semester, the Condom Use Self-Efficacy scale was administered to students, 18 years and older, who visited the student health center at Indiana State University for any reason.
The instrument used was the National Institute of Mental Health Multi-Site Condom Use Self-Efficacy Scale (Dilorio et al., 1997) (see Table 1).
The effect size of 0.13 for the condom use self-efficacy scale represents an increase of 0.13 on the three-point scale, such as moving from 2.00 to 2.13, or approximately a 6.5% change.