Informing Choice Survey Data

Published: 20-07-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/y5hzdxy3wn.1
Contributor:
Ellen Dries

Description

This dataset includes the responses to a survey of female undergraduate students at Arizona State University on contraceptive use and perceptions of the pill and long-acting contraceptive methods (LARCs). The dataset also includes participant likelihood of any method use and likelihood of long-acting contraceptive use before and after they viewed an infographic on method effectiveness. We found that participants significantly increased their likelihood of LARC use after viewing the infographic. We found that motivation for contraceptive use significantly impacted how much they revised their likelihoods. We found certain groups of participants to have significantly higher likelihoods of LARC use.

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Steps to reproduce

The raw survey data is provided in the zipfile. The cleaned dataset is also included. The code for data cleaning and variable creation is provided.