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William L. Yarber, H.S.D.,

Senior Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute

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MANUSCRIPTS PUBLISHED

Yarber, W. L., Graham, C. A., Sanders, S. A., & Crosby, R. A. (2004). Correlates of condom breakage and slippage among university undergraduates. International Journal of STDs and AIDS, 15, 467-472.

Crosby, R. A., Graham, C. A., Yarber, W. L., & Sanders, S. A. (2004). If the condom fits, wear it: A qualitative study of young African American men. Sexually Transmitted Inflections, 80, 306-309.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., Sanders, S. A., & Graham, C. A. (2004). Condom use as a dependent variable: A brief commentary about classification of inconsistent users. AIDS and Behavior, 8, 99-103.

Crosby, R. A., Sanders, S. A., Yarber, W. L., & Graham, C. (2003). Condom use errors and problems: A neglected aspect of studies assessing condom effectiveness. The American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 24, 367-370.

Sanders, S. A., W. L., Graham, C. A., Yarber, W. L., & Crosby, C. A. (2003). Condom errors and problems among women who apply condoms on their male partners. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, 58, 95-98.

Yarber, W. L., Clark, J., Kiovsky, R. A., & Plummer, P. (2003). Difficulties in evaluating adolescent abstinence and pregnancy prevention programs in Indiana: A case study. The Health Educator, 35, 7-8.

Graham, C. A., Crosby, R. A., Sanders, S. A., & Yarber, W. L. (2003). Motivation of self, partner, and couple to use male condoms: Associations with condom use errors and problems. The Health Education Monograph, 20, 60-64.

Milhausen, R. R., Yarber, W. L., & Crosby, R. A. (2003). Self-reported depression and sexual risk behaviors among a national sample of rural high school students. The Health Education Monograph, 20, 33-39.

Akers, T. A., Heckman, T. G., Holtgrave, D. R., & Yarber, W. L. (2003). HIV/AIDS in Appalachia: Finding solutions for integrating prevention, research, and care services. The Health Education Monograph, 20, 1-5.

Milhausen, R. R., Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., DiClemente, R. J., Wingood, G. M., Ding, K. (2003). Rural/non-rural African American adolescents and STD/HIV sexual risk behaviors. America Journal of Health Behavior, 27, 373-379.

Graham, C. A., Bancroft, J., Yarber, W. L., & Sanders, S. A. (2003). The Kinsey Institute as a center for graduate education in human sexuality. In: G. Herdt, D. DiMauro, & R. Parker (Eds.). Sexuality Research Training Monograph (pp. 100-109). New York: Social Science Research Council.

Heckman, T. G., Silverthorn, M., Waltje, A., Meyers, M., & Yarber, W. L. (2003). HIV transmission risk practices in rural persons living with HIV disease. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 30, 134-136.

Yarber, W. L. Standards for STD/HIV-prevention curricula in secondary schools. (2002). SIECUS Report, 30(5), 30-40.

Crosby, R. A., Sanders, S. A., Yarber, W. L., Graham, C. A., & Dodge, B. (2002). Condom use errors and problems among college men. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 29, 552-557.

Yarber, W. L., Milhausen, R., Crosby, R. A., & DiClemente, R. J. (2002). Selected risk and protective factors associated with two or more lifetime sexual intercourse partners and non-condom use during last coitus among U.S. rural high school students. American Journal of Health Education, 33, 206-213.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., DiClemente, R. J., Wingood, G. M., & Meyerson, B. (2002). HIV-associated histories, perceptions, and practices among low income African American women: Does rural residence matter? American Journal of Public Health, 92, 655-659.

Catania, J. A., Canchola, J., Binson, D., Dolcini, M. M., Paul, J. P., Fisher, L., Choi, K., Pollack, L., Chang, J, Yarber, W. L., & Heiman, J. (2001). National trends in condom use among at-risk heterosexuals in the United States. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 27, 176-182.

Crosby, R. A., & Yarber, W. L. (2001). Perceived versus actual knowledge about correct condom use among U.S. adolescents: Results from a national study. Journal of Adolescent Health,19, 134-139.

Yarber, W. L., Crosby, R. A., Sanders, S. (2000). Understudied HIV/STD risk behaviors among a sample of rural South Carolina women: A descriptive pilot study. The Health Education Monograph,18, 1-5.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., Ding, K., & Dodge, B. (2000). Rural and non-rural HIV/STD sexual risk behaviors: Results from a national survey. The Health Education Monograph,18, 45-50.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., & Meyerson, B. (2000). Prevention strategies other than male condoms employed by low-income women to prevent HIV infection. Public Health Nursing,17, 53-60.

Yarber, W. L., & Torabi, M. R. (1999). Public opinion from a rural state about condoms for HIV prevention: 1993 and 1998. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 24(1&2), 56-62.

Crosby, R. A., & Yarber, W. L. (1999). Frequency and predictors of condom use and reasons for not using condoms among low-income women. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 24(1&2), 63-70.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., & Meyerson, B. (1999). Perceived monogamy and type of clinic as barriers to seeking care for suspected STD or HIV infection: Results from a brief survey of low-income women attending Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) clinics in Missouri. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 26, 399-403.

Yarber, W. L., & Sanders, S. A. (1998). Rural adolescent views of AIDS prevention: Focus groups at two Indiana rural 4-H clubs. The Health Education Monograph,16(2), 1-6.

Crosby, R. A., Yarber, W. L., & Kanu, A. J. (1998). Relationship of HIV/STD sexual risk behaviors to other health behaviors among a sample of Indiana rural youth. The Health Education Monograph,16(2), 51-59.

Yarber, W. L., & Torabi, M. R. (1997). Impact of a theory-based, school HIV/STD curriculum on eighth graders' attitudes and knowledge. Journal of Health Education, 28, 74-81.

Ellingson, L. A., & Yarber, W. L. (1997). Breast self-examination, the health belief model, and sexual orientation in women. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22(3), 19-24.

Yarber, W. L., Torabi, M. R., & Haffner, D. (1997). Comprehensive sexuality education in Indiana secondary schools: Instructional topics, importance
ratings and correlates with teacher traits. American Journal of Health Studies, 13, 65-73.

Yarber, W. L., & Crosby, R. A. (1997). Efficacy of two school-based interventions designed to reduce rural adolescent risk of HIV/STD. The Health Education Monograph, 15(2), 42-49.

Yarber, W. L. (1996). HIV/STD risk behaviors of rural adolescents: The accuracy of estimates of four groups. The Health Education Monograph, 14(1), 41-46.

Yarber, W. L. (1995). SSSS Presidential Address: Principles for creating AIDS/sexuality education messages for youth. The Journal of Sex Research, 32, 269-274.

Yarber, W. L., & Torabi, M. R. (1994). Public opinion from a rural region about condoms for HIV prevention. Wellness Perspectives: Research, Theory, and Practice, 10(2), 63-75.

Clark, J., & Yarber, W. L. (1993). Two curricular settings of an HIV education unit related to secondary students' HIV knowledge and attitude. Journal of Health Education, 24(1),4-10.

Yarber, W. L. (1992). While we stood by...the limiting of sexual information to our youth. Journal of Health Education, 23, 326-335.

Yarber, W. L., & Torabi, M. R. (1992). Alternate forms of HIV prevention attitude scales for teenagers. AIDS Education and Prevention, 4, 172-182.

Yarber, W. L., & Parrillo, A. V. (1992). Adolescents and sexually transmitted diseases. Journal of School Health, 62, 331-338.

Yarber, W. L., & Torabi, M.R. (1991). HIV prevention behavior knowledge test teenagers. SIECUS Report, 19(2), 8-32.

Herold, E. S., Fisher, W. A., Smith, E. A., and Yarber, W. L. (1990). Sex education and the prevention of STD/HIV and pregnancy among youth. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 81(2),141-146.

Yarber, W. L. (1989). Performance standards for the evaluation and development of school HIV/AIDS education curriculum for adolescents. SIECUS Report, 17(6):18 26.

Yarber, W.L., Torabi, M.R., Veenker, C. H. (1989). Development of a three component sexually transmitted diseases attitude scale. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 15(1), 36-49.

Yarber, W.L. (1988). Evaluation of the health behavior approach to STD education. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 14(1), 33-38.

Yarber, W. L. (1988). Sexually transmitted diseases. Compton's Encyclopedia, Vol. 21, pp 56 58.

Yarber, W. L. (1988). What makes a good AIDS curriculum? PTA Today, 13(3), 8 10.

Yarber, W. L., Torabi, M. R., & Veenker, C. H. (1987). Enchell d'attitud á orce aux M.S.T. Caheir de Sexologie Clinique, 13(8), 41 42.

Yarber, W.L. (1987). School AIDS education: Politics, issues and responses. SIECUS Report, 5(6),:1 6.

Yarber, W. L. (1987). Sexually transmitted diseases and young adults. Educational Horizons, 65(3),106 109.

Yarber, W.L. (1987). AIDS education in schools. Sex Education Coalition News, 9(1),1 3, 8.

Yarber, W. L. (1987). Delay in seeking prescription contraception and the health lifestyle and locus of control of young adult women. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 12(2), 34-42.

Yarber, W. L., & Greer, J. M. (1985). The relationship between the sexual attitudes of parents and their college daughters' or sons' sexual attitude and sexual behavior. Journal of School Health, 56(2), 68 72.

Yarber, W. L., & Pavese, K. A. (1984). School personnel estimates of community support for school sex education. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 10, 21 25

Yarber, W. L., & McCabe, G. (1984). Importance of sex education topics: Correlates with teacher characteristics and inclusion of topics in instruction. Health Education,15, 36 41.

Kroger, F., & Yarber, W. L. (1984). STD content in school health textbooks: An evaluation using the worth assessment procedure. Journal of School Health, 54, 41 44.

Yarber, W. L.,& Fisher, W. A. (1983). Affective orientation to sexuality and venereal disease preventive behaviors. Health Values, 7(6), 19 23.

Rublee, D., & Yarber, W. L. (1983). Instructional units of death education: The impact of amount of classroom time of changes in death attitudes. Journal of School, 53, 412 415.

Yarber, W. L., & Jackson, V. D. (1983). Attitudes toward premarital sexual permissiveness and STD prophylaxis: A survey of young adult females. British Journal of Sexual Medicine, 10(9), 20 24.

Yarber, W. L., & Yee, B. (1983). Heterosexuals' attitudes toward lesbianism and male homosexuality: Their affective orientation toward sexuality and sex guilt. Journal of American College Health, 31, 203 208.

Yarber, W. L. (1982). Personality factors and sexual behavior of college students. Health_Education, 13, 11 14.

Yarber, W. L. (1981). Parental opposition to sex education: Pretext or reality? International Journal of Health Education, 34, 195 199.

Yarber, W. L., & Whitehill L. L. (1981). The relationship between parental affective orientation toward sexuality and responses to sex related situations of preschool age children. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 7, 6 29.

Yarber, W. L., & Anno, T. (1981). Changes in sex guilt, premarital sexual intimacy attitudes and sexual behavior during a human sexuality course. Health Education, 12, 7 21.

Yarber, W. L., & McCabe, G. (1981). Teacher characteristics and the inclusion of sex education topics in grades 6-9 and 9 11. Journal of School Health, 51, 288 291.

Yarber, W. L. (1981). Student perceptions of need for family life and sex education. Education, 101, 279 284.

Yarber, W. L., Goble, P., Rublee, D. (1981). Effects of death education upon nursing students' death anxiety and locus control. Journal of School Health, 51, 367 372.

Yarber, W. L., Kaplan, R., Wallis, C. N., & Beam W. (1980). Personality traits and sexual practices of students electing enrollment in an undergraduate human sexuality course. In R. Floreo & W. Passini (Eds.), Medical Sexology (pp. 494-501). Littleton, MA: PSG Publishers.

Yarber, W. L., & Bobilya, J. (1980). Your health is up to you. Independent School, 40, 58 62.

Yarber, W. L., & Packer, K. (1979). School venereal disease education: Perceptions of students, parents, and educators. Health Values, 3, 266 272.

Yarber, W. L. (1979). Family life and sex education instructional emphasis: Viewpoints of students, parents, teachers, and principals at four grade levels. Journal of School Health, 49, 263 265.

Yarber, W. L., & Kaplan, R. (1979). Personality comparisons of college students reporting previous sexually transmissible disease infection and students never infected. Journal of the American College Health Association, 27, 307 310.

Yarber, W. L., & Seehafer, R. (1979). Health science instructional emphasis: Viewpoints of four populations at four school grades. Education, 100, 80 87.

Yarber, W. L. (1978). Waging war on VD. The Science Teacher, 45, 38 42.

Yarber, W. L. (1978). Preventing venereal disease infection: Approaches for the sexually active. Health Values, 2, 61 67.

Yarber, W. L. (1978). New directions in venereal disease education. The Family Life Coordinator, 27, 120 127.

Yarber, W. L., & Brashear, D. (1977). Venereal disease education and a selected group of American teenage females. Sexuality/Sessualita, 2, 65 79.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Teenage girls and venereal disease prophylaxis. British Journal of Venereal Diseases, 53, 135 139.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Accounting for health instruction. Health Education, 8, 4 8.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Answering questions about sex. The Science Teacher, 44, 20 22.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Health science instructional practices and needs of a selected group of third grade teachers. Education, 98, 197-205.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Venereal disease education and a selected group of American college students. British Journal of Venereal Diseases, 53, 58 62.

Yarber, W. L. (1977). Where's Johnny today? Explaining the death of a classmate. Health Education, 8, 25 26.

Yarber, W. L. (1976). Death education: A living issue. The Science Teacher, 43, 21 23.

Yarber, W. L., & Williams, C. E. (1975). Venereal disease prevention and a selected group of college students. Journal of the American Venereal Disease Association, 2, 17 24.

Yarber, W. L. (1975). Utilization of a health behavior inventory for curriculum development and evaluation of instruction. Education, 95, 235 420.

Yarber, W. L. (1975). Comparing contract and traditional grading methods for ninth grade students. Education, 95, 363 376.

Yarber, W. L. (1974). A comparison of the relationship of the grade contract and traditional grading methods to changes in knowledge and attitude. Journal of School Health, 44, 305 398.

Yarber, W. L. (1974). Retention of knowledge: Grade contract method compared to the traditional grading method. The Journal of Experimental Education, 43, 92 96.

Yarber, W. L. (1974). College women and the prevention of venereal disease. The Journal of the American College Health Association, 22, 412 418.

Yarber, W. L. (1974). Put quality control into your grade contracts. School Health Review, 5, 22 24.

Bobilya, L. J., & Yarber, W. L. (1974). Reflections of the role of the advisors to the health service. Journal of the American College Health Association, 22, 177 181.

Yarber, W. L. (1972). One teacher can. The Journal of School Health, 42, 601 604.

Yarber, W. L. (1972). Contract for grade in a venereal disease unit. School Health Review, 3, 27 30.

Yarber, W. L. (1971). Is six hours enough? Traffic Safety, 71, 20 21.

Yarber, W. L. (1971). Tenth grade health students conduct a community program against child molesting. Journal of School Health, 41, 425 426.

Yarber, W. L. (1971). Individualized learning through contract system of teaching in the driver education classroom. Journal of Traffic Safety Education, 19, 23 24.

Yarber, W. L. (1970). Elementary school bicycle safety rodeo. Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 41(7), 32 34.

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Co-editor. RAP Time. (1997 - present). A monthly fax bulletin concerning HIV/STD epidemiology. Published by the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention.

Editor, Rural Prevention Report. (1994 - 2001). Newsletter of the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention.

Preventing HIV/STD Among Adolescents. FACT SHEET, No.1. (1994). Publication of the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention.

Behavior Change Models for Reducing HIV/STD Risk. FACT SHEET, No. 3. (1995). Publication of the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention.

From Where I Sit. (1994). Commentary, pp. 14-15. Family Life Educator.

Sex education and government censors. (1992, July). Commentary, USA Today newspaper.

Prepared the Teacher's Guide for the video program, The Immune System and AIDS, (1988). Agency for Instructional Technology, Bloomington, IN. Also served as consultant for development of the video script.

AIDS Update: Advances, Strategies, Trends, and Controversies.(1987, October). Our Sexuality Newsletter, Menlo Park, CA: Benjamin/Cummings.

Laing, S. J., & Yarber, W. L.. (1994, 1998). Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Education. Appendix in the textbook, Sexuality Education: Theory and Practice, Brown & Benchmark, 1994; Macmillan, 1988.

AIDS Education: A Challenge for Every School. (1988). Alliance Update newsletter. p. 3.

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