Self-rated emotional health in adults with and without HIV.

Academic Article

Abstract

  • Affect is an important indicator of quality of life; unfortunately, many people with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) disease are vulnerable to depression and negative affect. In a secondary data analysis, 50 HIV-positive and 50 HIV-negative adults between 30 and 65 years old completed several affective measures and rated their emotional health. The HIV-positive adults reported more negative affect than the HIV-negative adults. Older age, loneliness, and HIV stigma were associated with such negative affect.
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    Keywords

  • Adult, Affect, Aged, Attitude to Health, Female, HIV Seronegativity, HIV Seropositivity, Humans, Loneliness, Male, Middle Aged, Surveys and Questionnaires
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  • Vance DE
  • Start Page

  • 106
  • End Page

  • 108
  • Volume

  • 98
  • Issue

  • 1