Gender Roles and Mental Health in Women With and at Risk for HIV.

@article{Brody2014GenderRA,
  title={Gender Roles and Mental Health in Women With and at Risk for HIV.},
  author={Leslie R. Brody and Lynissa R Stokes and Sannisha K. Dale and Gwendolyn A. Kelso and R. Cruise and Kathleen M. Weber and Jane K. Burke-Miller and Mardge H. Cohen},
  journal={Psychology of women quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={311-326}
}
Predominantly low-income and African American women from the same community, HIV-infected (n = 100; HIV+) and uninfected (n = 42; HIV-), were assessed on reported gender roles in sexual and other close relationships-including levels of self-silencing, unmitigated communion, and sexual relationship power-at a single recent study visit during 2008-2012. Recent gender roles were investigated in relation to depressive symptoms and health-related quality of life assessed both at a single visit… CONTINUE READING
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