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Table 3 Test-retest reliability based on intra-class correlation coefficient for the ATC-B (N = 114)

From: Cross-cultural adaptation of the short-form condom attitude scale: validity assessment in a sub-sample of rural-to-urban migrant workers in Bangladesh

  ATC-B items ICC Value 95% CI
1 Condoms are uncomfortable 0.77 0.58–0.86
2 The idea of using condoms does not appeal to me 0.71 0.53–0.82
3 Using condoms make sex un-enjoyable 0.74 0.49–0.78
4 Proper use of condoms enhance sexual pleasure 0.76 0.51–0.85
5 Would avoid using condom if possible 0.62 0.47–0.72
6 I just don’t like the idea of using condoms 0.70 0.48–0.79
7 Men who use condoms show concern and responsibility to their partner(s) 0.73 0.50–0.82
8 Using condoms are unmanly 0.68 0.48–0.77
9 Condoms are the best way to protect myself from HIV and against other STIs 0.69 0.49–0.79
10 Suggestion from a partner to use a condom mean that she doesn’t trust her partner 0.76 0.57–0.87
  1. ATC-B; attitudes toward condoms – Bengali Version; ICC; intra-class correlation coefficient (single measure).