Mastery and coping moderate the negative effect of acute and chronic stressors on mental health-related quality of life in HIV.

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Acute and chronic life stressors have a detrimental effect on the health of people living with HIV. Psychosocial resources such as mastery, coping, and social support may play a critical role in moderating the negative effects of stressors on health-related quality of life. A total of 758 participants provided baseline enrolment data on demographics (age… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/apc.2010.0165

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@article{Gibson2011MasteryAC, title={Mastery and coping moderate the negative effect of acute and chronic stressors on mental health-related quality of life in HIV.}, author={Katherine Gibson and Sergio Rueda and Sean B Rourke and Tsegaye Bekele and Sandra L. Gardner and Haile Fenta and Trevor A Hart}, journal={AIDS patient care and STDs}, year={2011}, volume={25 6}, pages={371-81} }