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The purpose of this study is to examine whether adolescents improve their AIDS knowledge, attitude, AIDS prevention behavior intention, AIDS prevention self-efficacy after exploring to an intervention of peer AIDS education program. A private vocational school was decided as the experimental group and 41 students were selected from each school club. Another private vocational school was chosen as the control group and possessed 40 students. Both the experimental group and the control group had pretest before the intervention of peer AIDS education and had posttest after the intervention. Conclusions draw from the findings included: after controlling the pretest differences and group, the experimental group displayed higher scores on AIDS knowledge and AIDS prevention self-efficacy. The AIDS attitude and AIDS prevention behavior intention scores of two groups were not significantly different.
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