Psychology

Psychology

ISSN Print: 2152-7180
ISSN Online: 2152-7199
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[1] Gender difference in all‐cause mortality of people living with HIV in Iran: findings from a 20‐year cohort study
2020
[2] Experience with antiretroviral electronic adherence monitoring among young African American men who have sex with men living with HIV: findings to inform a triaged …
2020
[3] Systemic Interventions for Prevention with HIV‐Positive Individuals
2020
[4] NINR funding dedicated to sexual and gender minority health: 1987–2018
2020
[5] Community Violence: A Look into Coping Methods Utilized by African American Women
2019
[6] A triaged real-time alert intervention to improve antiretroviral therapy adherence among young African American men who have sex with men living with HIV …
2019
[7] A Conceptual Model of Dyadic Coordination in HIV Care Engagement Among Couples of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Qualitative Dyadic Analysis
AIDS and Behavior, 2018
[8] Couple-Level Dynamics and Multilevel Challenges Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Framework of Dyadic HIV Care
2018
[9] Timing and Sequence of Events: HIV Status Disclosure, Condomless Anal Sex, and Sexual Agreement Formation Among Same-Sex Male Couples
The Journal of Sex Research, 2018
[10] The relationship between perceived family support and adherence to highly active anti-retroviral therapy among people living with human immuno-defficiency virus in a tertiary health facility in Nigeria
International Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 2018
[11] Relationship power among same-sex male couples in New York and San Francisco: Laying the groundwork for sexual risk reduction interventions focused on …
The Journal of Sex Research, 2017
[12] Relationship Power Among Same-Sex Male Couples in New York and San Francisco: Laying the Groundwork for Sexual Risk Reduction Interventions Focused on …
Behaviour and Information Technology, 2017
[13] Can promoting romantic relationship quality help gay and bisexual men better face HIV stigma?
2016
[14] The Role of the Primary Romantic Relationship in HIV Care Engagement Outcomes Among Young HIV-Positive Black Men Who Have Sex with Men
AIDS and Behavior, 2016
[15] Exploring perceived social support from peer facilitators in an HIV treatment adherence intervention for African American patients: A content analysis of participant …
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2015
[16] Preferences for professional versus informal care at end of life amongst African-American drug users with HIV/AIDS
AIDS care, 2015
[17] Exploring Perceived Social Support from Peer Facilitators in an HIV Treatment Adherence Intervention for African American Patients: A Content Analysis of Participant Perspectives
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2015
[18] “The More Support You Have the Better”: Partner Support and Dyadic HIV Care Across the Continuum for Gay and Bisexual Men
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 2015
[19] A scoping review and thematic analysis of social and behavioural research among HIV-serodiscordant couples in high-income settings
BMC public health, 2015
[20] Dyadic adaptation to chronic illness: The importance of considering context in understanding couples' resilience
Couple Resilience, 2015
[21] The Role of the Family in Attributing Meaning to Living With HIV and Its Stigma in Turkey
SAGE Open, 2015
[22] Dyadic Adaptation to Chronic Illness: The Importance of Considering Context
2015
[23] Equity of Social Support and Its Relationship with Depression, Anxiety, and Antiretroviral Medication Adherence Among Seroconcordant Dyads of HIV-positive African …
2014
[24] Equity of Social Support and Its Relationship with Depression, Anxiety, and Antiretroviral Medication Adherence Among Seroconcordant Dyads of HIV-positive African Americans and Their Informal Supporters
2014
[25] “Working Together to Reach a Goal”: MSM's Perceptions of Dyadic HIV Care for Same-Sex Male Couples
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 2013
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