Prev Sci (2014) 15 (Suppl 1):S84–S86 DOI 10.1007/s11121-013-0422-6 Supplemental Issue on Does Early Intervention Prevent Health-Risking Sexual Behaviors Related to HIV/AIDS: Commentary on Effects Richard A. Jenkins Published online: 24 July 2013 # Society for Prevention Research (outside the USA) 2013 This Supplemental Issue of Prevention Science investigates the pregnancy, but with less emphasis on socialization, social potential effects of early prevention intervention on health- competence, and emotional regulation than in early preven- risking sexual risk behaviors (HSRB) in adolescence and adult- tion interventions, although peer norm influences, interper- hood. These interventions were designed to address risk and sonal skills, and social/community supports have had some protective factors associated with the development of substance attention (Rotheram-Borus et al. 2009). Because of these use and/or psychiatric disorders and were administered in child- different areas of emphasis, the long-term follow-up of early interventions may help fill gaps in the knowledge about risk hood or early adolescence, in school and/or family settings. Early prevention intervention previously has been associated with and protective factors for HRSBs and open new areas for diminished prevalence for substance use, psychiatric disorder, enhancement of these early prevention interventions. and other problem behaviors (e.g., smoking, criminal involve- Variables
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