Close Relationships and Social Support in Coping with HIV: A Test of Sensitive Interaction Systems Theory

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This study tested sensitive interaction systems theory, and examined how persons with HIV seek and receive social support in relationships with peers versus parents and the association between different kinds of support-receiving behaviors and depressive symptoms. The participants were men and women with HIV in southeastern Virginia who completed a self… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1023990107075

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@article{Derlega2003CloseRA, title={Close Relationships and Social Support in Coping with HIV: A Test of Sensitive Interaction Systems Theory}, author={Valerian J. Derlega and Barbara A. Winstead and Edward C. Oldfield and Anita P. Barbee}, journal={AIDS and Behavior}, year={2003}, volume={7}, pages={119-129} }