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  1. Policy, relationships, and well-being: Associations between mental health and main partner relationships among cisgender sexual minority men in the context of U.S. state-level policies.
  2. Comparing the Efficiency of Online and Field-Based Outreach for the Recruitment of Black and Latino Sexual Minority Men into an HIV Prevention Implementation Trial
  3. Factors associated with individual and couple participation in online sexual health research with Latinx sexual minority men.
  4. Sexting to sex: Testing an attachment based model of connections between texting behavior and sex among heterosexually active women
  5. Psychosocial and Culturally-Specific Factors Related to Intimate Partner Violence Victimization among a Sample of Latino Sexual Minority Cis Men in the U.S.
  6. A full-factorial randomized controlled trial of adjunct couples HIV testing and counseling components addressing drug use and communication skills among sexual minority male couples
  7. Marijuana and illicit drugs: Correlates of condomless anal sex among adolescent and emerging adult sexual minority men
  8. Intersecting Communities and PrEP Uptake among US-based Latinx Sexual Minority Men
  9. Effectiveness of a Combined Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Substance Use and Improve HIV-Related Immune Functioning
  10. Drunk Texting: When the Phone Becomes a Vehicle for Emotional Dysregulation and Problematic Alcohol Use
  11. Pilot Randomized Trial of an Expressive Writing Intervention to Reduce Sexual HIV-Transmission Risk and Substance Use Among Emerging Adult Gay and Bisexual Men
  12. Day-level associations between drug use and sexual behavior in male couples: Actor partner interdependence modeling of timeline follow-back data
  13. Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of Motivational Interviewing with Sexual Minority Male Couples to Reduce Drug Use and Sexual Risk: The Couples Health Project
  14. Partners’ Consensus About Joint Effort and COVID-19 Prevention Among Sexual Minority Men
  15. Identity and relationship-based discrimination, and mental health in a sample of sexual minority male couples
  16. Keeps me awake at night: The potential of the COVID-19 pandemic to affect sleep quality among sexual minority men in the U.S.A.
  17. Perceived risk, optimistic bias, and united action: A socioecological examination of COVID-19 prevention behaviors among sexual minority men.
  18. Heterosexual Cisgender Men Partnered with Transgender Women Exhibit Higher HIV/STI Sexual Risk than Their Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Counterparts: Findings from a U.S.-Based Convenience Sample Recruited Online
  19. Population-Specific Correlates of Sexual Arrangements and Communication in a National Sample of Latinx Sexual Minority Men
  20. Development of Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity (MITI) Fidelity Codes Assessing Motivational Interviewing with Couples
  21. The importance of domain-specific self-efficacy assessment for substance use and HIV care continuum outcomes among adults in an urban HIV clinic network
  22. Adolescent Sexual Minority Males, Relationship Functioning, and Condomless Sex
  23. Self-Efficacy, Social Distancing, and Essential Worker Status Dynamics among SGM People
  24. PrEP Demonstration Project Showed Superior Adherence with Tenofovir Alafenamide/Emtricitabine Compared to Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate/Emtricitabine in a Sample of Partnered Sexual Minority Men
  25. Drug use and sexual risk taking among sexual minority men in the USA early in the COVID-19 pandemic
  26. Testing the drug use and condomless anal sex link among sexual minority men: The predictive utility of marijuana and interactions with relationship status
  27. Healthy Choices Intervention is Associated with Reductions in Stigma Among Youth Living with HIV in the United States (ATN 129)
  28. Developmental Barriers to Couples’ HIV Testing and Counseling Among Adolescent Sexual Minority Males: A Dyadic Socio-ecological Perspective
  29. Comparative Effectiveness of Community-Based vs Clinic-Based Healthy Choices Motivational Intervention to Improve Health Behaviors Among Youth Living With HIV
  30. Relationship Power and Intimate Partner Violence in Sexual Minority Male Couples
  31. Willingness to Distribute HIV Self-Testing Kits to Recent Sex Partners Among HIV-Negative Gay and Bisexual Men and an Examination of Free-Response Data from Young Men Participating in the Nationwide Cohort
  32. Drug Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults with Unsuppressed HIV Who Use Alcohol: Identifying Patterns of Comorbid Drug Use and Associations with Mental Health
  33. Arrangements versus Agreements: Evaluating Two Approaches to Measuring Male Couples’ Rules and Understandings Around Sex with Outside Sex Partners
  34. Common conflict and effective counselor responses in Motivational Interviews with couples
  35. Biomedical HIV Prevention among Gay Male Couples: A Qualitative Study of Motivations and Concerns
  36. The utility of index case recruitment for establishing couples’ eligibility: An examination of consistency in reporting the drug use of a primary partner among sexual minority male couples.
  37. Integrating Intra-Individual and Dyadic Factors in Examining Health Among Gay and Bisexual Men: A Narrative Review of Recent Literature
  38. Improving the Youth HIV Prevention and Care Cascades: Innovative Designs in the Adolescent Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions
  39. Differences Between Groups of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Using Couples in HIV-Negative/Unknown Relationships
  40. Relationship functioning and substance use in same-sex male couples
  41. Motivational Interviewing to Reduce Drug Use and HIV Incidence Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men in Relationships and Are High Priority for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (Project PARTNER): Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol
  42. High willingness to use novel HIV and bacterial sexually transmitted infection partner notification, testing, and treatment strategies among gay and bisexual men
  43. Adolescent Male Couples-Based HIV Testing Intervention (We Test): Protocol for a Type 1, Hybrid Implementation-Effectiveness Trial
  44. Clinic-Based Delivery of the Young Men’s Health Project (YMHP) Targeting HIV Risk Reduction and Substance Use Among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men: Protocol for a Type 2, Hybrid Implementation-Effectiveness Trial
  45. A Pilot Randomized Trial of Intervention Components Addressing Drug Use in Couples HIV Testing and Counseling (CHTC) with Male Couples
  46. Decisional Balance and Contemplation Ladder to Support Interventions for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Uptake and Persistence
  47. Relationship stigma and well-being among adults in interracial and same-sex relationships
  48. Enacted individual-level stigma, anticipated relationship stigma, and negative affect among unpartnered sexual minority individuals
  49. Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions Data Harmonization: Rationale and Development of Guidelines
  50. Linguistic correlates of the communication patterns questionnaire: The correspondence of language and quantitative measures of perceived communication patterns among emerging adult gay male couples.
  51. The Prevalence and Correlates of Sexual Arrangements in a National Cohort of HIV-Negative Gay and Bisexual Men in the United States
  52. The role of chronotype, circadian misalignment, and tiredness in the substance use behaviors of gay and bisexual men.
  53. Three Reasons to Consider the Role of Tiredness in Sexual Risk-Taking Among Gay and Bisexual Men
  54. Essential processes unique to couples' motivational interviewing
  55. An Examination of Gay Couples’ Motivations to Use (or Forego) Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Expressed During Couples HIV Testing and Counseling (CHTC) Sessions
  56. Drug Use and HIV Prevention With Young Gay and Bisexual Men: Partnered Status Predicts Intervention Response
  57. Testing the Efficacy of Combined Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Skills Training to Reduce Methamphetamine Use and Improve HIV Medication Adherence Among HIV-Positive Gay and Bisexual Men
  58. Spirituality and Multiple Dimensions of Religion Are Associated With Mental Health in Gay and Bisexual Men: Results From the One Thousand Strong Cohort.
  59. Race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and education are associated with gay and bisexual men’s religious and spiritual participation and beliefs: Results from the One Thousand Strong cohort.
  60. Self-concealment, ego depletion, and drug dependence among young sexual minority men who use substances.
  61. Dyadic Qualitative Analysis of Condom Use Scripts Among Emerging Adult Gay Male Couples
  62. Syndemic conditions and HIV transmission risk behavior among HIV-negative gay and bisexual men in a U.S. national sample.
  63. Should I Convince My Partner to Go on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)? The Role of Personal and Relationship Factors on PrEP-Related Social Control among Gay and Bisexual Men
  64. Internalized Homophobia and Drug Use in a National Cohort of Gay and Bisexual Men: Examining Depression, Sexual Anxiety, and Gay Community Attachment as Mediating Factors
  65. Insecure attachments: Attachment, emotional regulation, sexting and condomless sex among women in relationships
  66. Eriksonian intimacy development, relationship satisfaction, and depression in gay male couples.
  67. Textual Healing: Proof of Concept Study Examining the Impact of a Mindfulness Intervention on Smartphone Behavior
  68. Uptake of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in a National Cohort of Gay and Bisexual Men in the United States
  69. Preintervention Profiles of Information, Motivational, and Behavioral Self-Efficacy for Methamphetamine Use and HIV Medication Adherence Among Gay and Bisexual Men
  70. Special issues in psychotherapy with sexual minority and transgender and gender nonconforming adolescents.
  71. Distinguishing hypothetical willingness from behavioral intentions to initiate HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): Findings from a large cohort of gay and bisexual men in the U.S.
  72. Texting Under the Influence: Emotional Regulation as a Moderator of the Association Between Binge Drinking and Drunk Texting
  73. The Impact of Comorbidities, Depression, and Substance Use Problems on Quality of Life Among Older Adults Living With HIV
  74. Modeling Interpersonal Correlates of Condomless Anal Sex among Gay and Bisexual Men: An Application of Attachment Theory
  75. Discrimination, Internalized Homonegativity, and Attitudes Toward Children of Same-Sex Parents: Can Secure Attachment Buffer Against Stigma Internalization?
  76. Relationship Factors Associated with Sexual Risk Behavior and High-Risk Alcohol Consumption Among Latino Men Who Have Sex with Men: Challenges and Opportunities to Intervene on HIV Risk
  77. Feasibility of an Emotion Regulation Intervention to Improve Mental Health and Reduce HIV Transmission Risk Behaviors for HIV-Positive Gay and Bisexual Men with Sexual Compulsivity
  78. Sexual Risk-Taking in HIV-Negative Gay and Bisexual Men Increases with Depression: Results from a U.S. National Study
  79. Internalized homonegativity and relationship quality in same-sex romantic couples: A test of mental health mechanisms and gender as a moderator.
  80. Linking Syndemic Stress and Behavioral Indicators of Main Partner HIV Transmission Risk in Gay Male Couples
  81. Predictors of condom use with main and casual partners among HIV-positive men over 50.
  82. The role of sexual expectancies of substance use as a mediator between adult attachment and drug use among gay and bisexual men
  83. A Longitudinal Study of Interpersonal Relationships Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adolescents and Young Adults: Mediational Pathways from Attachment to Romantic Relationship Quality
  84. From Sexual Assault to Sexual Risk: A Relational Pathway?
  85. Relative Efficiency of Field and Online Strategies in the Recruitment of HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex With Men
  86. Unprotected Anal Intercourse With Casual Male Partners in Urban Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex With Men
  87. Relationship stigma and relationship outcomes in interracial and same-sex relationships: Examination of sources and buffers.
  88. More satisfied couples are more likely to participate in research together
  89. Syndemic Factors Associated with HIV Risk for Gay and Bisexual Men: Comparing Latent Class and Latent Factor Modeling
  90. Patterns of substance use among HIV-positive adults over 50: Implications for treatment and medication adherence
  91. Patterns of Client Behavior with Their Most Recent Male Escort: An Application of Latent Class Analysis
  92. The influence of structural stigma and rejection sensitivity on young sexual minority men's daily tobacco and alcohol use
  93. Finding and Recruiting the Highest Risk HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex With Men
  94. Drug Use and Sexual Arrangements Among Gay Couples: Frequency, Interdependence, and Associations with Sexual Risk
  95. Adult Attachment Among Partnered Gay Men: Patterns and Associations with Sexual Relationship Quality
  96. Interest in Couples-Based Voluntary HIV Counseling and Testing in a National U.S. Sample of Gay and Bisexual Men: The Role of Demographic and HIV Risk Factors
  97. Methods for the Design and Analysis of Relationship and Partner Effects on Sexual Health
  98. Relationship Characteristics and HIV Transmission Risk in Same-Sex Male Couples in HIV Serodiscordant Relationships
  99. Sexual compulsivity and interpersonal functioning: Sexual relationship quality and sexual health in gay relationships.
  100. Rules About Casual Sex Partners, Relationship Satisfaction, and HIV Risk in Partnered Gay and Bisexual Men
  101. Personal or Relational? Examining Sexual Health in the Context of HIV Serodiscordant Same-Sex Male Couples
  102. Conflict and expectancies interact to predict sexual behavior under the influence among gay and bisexual men
  103. Contextualizing condom use: Intimacy Interference, stigma, and unprotected sex
  104. The Psychological Cost of Anticipating HIV Stigma for HIV-Negative Gay and Bisexual Men
  105. Non-monogamy and sexual relationship quality among same-sex male couples.
  106. Recruiting Drug Using Men Who Have Sex with Men in Behavioral Intervention Trials: A Comparison of Internet and Field-Based Strategies
  107. Profiles of executive functioning: Associations with substance dependence and risky sexual behavior.
  108. Alternatives to Monogamy Among Gay Male Couples in a Community Survey: Implications for Mental Health and Sexual Risk
  109. The Critical Role of Intimacy in the Sexual Risk Behaviors of Gay and Bisexual Men
  110. The problem of “just for fun”: Patterns of use situations among active club drug users
  111. Examining Discrepancies Among Sexual Orientation Components in a Representative Sample of Men at Risk for HIV/AIDS
  112. Gendered Sexuality: A New Model and Measure of Attraction and Intimacy