Seth C. Kalichman
Ph.D., University of South Carolina
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|Kalichman, S. C., Amaral, C., Cherry, C., Flanagan,
J., Pope, H., Eaton, L., White, D., Kalichman, M., Cain, D., Detorio,
M., Caliendo, A., & Schinazi, R. F. (2008). Monitoring
antiretroviral adherence by unannounced pill counts conducted by
telephone: Reliability and criterion-related validity. HIV Clinical Trials, 9, 298-308.
Kalichman, S. C. (2008). Co-occurrence of treatment non-adherence and continued HIV transmission risk behaviors: Implications for positive prevention interventions.Psychosomatic Medicine, 70, 593-597.
Scott-Sheldon, L. A. J., Kalichman, S. C., Carey, M. P., & Fielder, R. (2008). Stress management in adults with HIV/AIDS: A meta-analysis. Health Psychology, 27, 129-139.
Kalichman, S. C., Simbayi, L. C., Vermaakk, R., Jooste, S., & Cain, D. (2008). HIV/AIDS risks among men and women who drink at informal alcohol serving establishments (Shebeens) in Cape Town, South Africa. Prevention Science, 9, 55-62.
Kalichman, S. C., DiBerto, G., & Eaton, L. (2008). HIV viral load in blood plasma and semen: Review and implications of empirical findings. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35, 55-60.
Eaton, L. E., Kalichman, S. C., Cherry, C., Stearns, H., Flanagan, J., Cain, D., & Amaral, C. (2007). Explaining continued HIV Transmission Among MSM: Serosorting sexual partners and risk for HIV. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33, 479-485.
Bogart, L., Walt L., Pavlovic, J., Ober, A., Brown, N., & Kalichman, S. C. (2007). Cognitive strategies affecting recall of sexual behavior among high-risk men and women. Health Psychology, 26, 787-793.
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