The Relationship Between Neuropsychological Functioning and Coping Activity Among HIV-Positive Men

Abstract

Neuropsychological impairment occurs in many persons with AIDS and in a smaller proportion of asymptomatic HIV-1 carriers, but the implications of such impairments in terms of psychosocial functioning are poorly understood. We explored potential differences in coping activity (e.g., cognitive and behavioral efforts to manage, alter, or regulate emotional… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:AIBE.0000002971.69024.20

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