The UCLA Multidimensional Condom Attitudes Scale
Handbook of Sexuality-Related Measures
The purpose of the UCLA Multidimensional Condom Attitudes Scale (MCAS) is to measure condom attitudes in five independent areas: (1) the reliability and effectiveness of condoms, (2) the sexual pleasure associated with condom use, (3) the stigma associated with people proposing or using condoms, (4) the embarrassment about negotiating and using of condoms, and (5) the embarrassment about purchasing condoms. The scale can be used with individuals who do and do not have personal experience using condoms.
Helweg-Larsen, Marie. "The UCLA Multidimensional Condom Attitudes Scale." In Handbook of Sexuality-Related Measures, 4th ed., edited by Robin Milhausen, John K. Sakaluk, Terri D. Fisher, Clive M. Davis, and William L. Yarber, 274-276. New York: Routledge, 2019.