Examining associations between cognitive-affective vulnerability and HIV symptom severity, perceived barriers to treatment adherence, and viral load among HIV-positive adults
International journal of behavioral medicine, Volume 22, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 139-148.
Little research on symptom impairment and quality of life among HIV-positive (HIV+) individuals has attended to the potential role of cognitive-affective vulnerabilities. Emerging research indicates that emotion regulation (ER), anxiety sensitivity (AS), and distress tolerance (DT) are associated with a range of mental health outcomes and...More
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