Table 4

Associations between criminalization of HIV, perceived social capital, and HIV antiretroviral adherence
Variable Correlations
30-day adherence 100% adherenta Perceived Social Capital HIV Prosecutions HIV Exposure/Transmission Law HIV Sentencing Enhanced Other Disease Exposure/Transmission Law HIV Disclosure Law
100% adherenta .901**
Perceived Social Capital .168** .125**
HIV Prosecutions .006 .015 -.098**
HIV Exposure/Transmission Law -.052* -.038 -.050* -.161**
HIV Sentencing Enhanced .008 .027 -.099** .521** .225**
Other Disease Exposure/Transmission Law -.049 -.025 -.086** -.064** .465** .518**
HIV Disclosure Law .065** .078* -.009 .394** .225** .144** -.145**
HIV Reporting Law .004 .022 -.072** .680** .678** .389** .217** .631**

Note: a = computed from 30-day adherence data, ** p < .01 (2-tailed), *p < .05 (2-tailed).

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Phillips et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:736   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-736

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