A model of mother-child coping and adjustment to HIV.

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An increasing proportion of newly diagnosed AIDS cases is being reported among African American urban women. Recent research regarding the psychosocial and behavioral impact of a mother's HIV status on her uninfected children as well as a growing body of clinical evidence suggest that these children are extremely vulnerable and at risk for problems in… (More)

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@article{Hough2003AMO, title={A model of mother-child coping and adjustment to HIV.}, author={Edythe S. Hough and Gail Brumitt and Thomas Templin and E. C. Saltz and Darlene Mood}, journal={Social science & medicine}, year={2003}, volume={56 3}, pages={643-55} }