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Adult Romantic Attachment, Perceived HIV Stigma, Shame-Proneness, Psychological Functioning and Disclosure Responses Among HIV-Seropositive, Urban-Dwelling African American Women

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Title: Adult Romantic Attachment, Perceived HIV Stigma, Shame-Proneness, Psychological Functioning and Disclosure Responses Among HIV-Seropositive, Urban-Dwelling African American Women
Creators: Hudson, Rhonda E.
Keywords: HIV disclosure
African-American women
HIV-seropositive African-American women
non-disclosure of HIV-seropositivity
intimate sexual partners (ISPs)
adult romantic attachment style
social work practice
Issue Date: 2007-04-21
Publisher: Ohio State University. College of Social Work
Series/Report no.: National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work. 19th
Abstract: Session 6: Adjustment in Adults. Presenter: Rhonda E. Hudson, PhD, Barry University (2006) - "Adult Romantic Attachment, Perceived HIV Stigma, Shame-Proneness, Psychological Functioning and Disclosure Responses Among HIV-Seropositive, Urban-Dwelling African American Women"
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/28845
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