David C Tate
Affiliation: Yale University
- Race, social support, and coping strategies among HIV-positive gay and bisexual menDavid C Tate
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, USA
Cult Health Sex 8:235-49. 2006..Possible explanations for observed cultural differences and coping challenges of African American gay and bisexual men with HIV are discussed...
- The influence of personality disorder indication, social support, and grief on alcohol and cocaine use among HIV-positive adults coping with AIDS-related bereavementNathan B Hansen
Department of Psychiatry, The Consultation Center, Yale University School of Medicine, 389 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
AIDS Behav 13:375-84. 2009..Finally, both PD and social support had significant, but opposite, effects on grief. Implications for intervention and prevention efforts are discussed...
- The clinical significance of change in trauma-related symptoms following a pilot group intervention for coping with HIV-AIDS and childhood sexual traumaKathleen J Sikkema
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
AIDS Behav 8:277-91. 2004..These preliminary findings support the need for the conduct of research trials to identify mental health and secondary prevention intervention models that can assist those with HIV-AIDS who have experienced childhood sexual abuse...
- Outcomes from a randomized controlled trial of a group intervention for HIV positive men and women coping with AIDS-related loss and bereavementKathleen J Sikkema
Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, 06511, USA
Death Stud 28:187-209. 2004..This appears to be especially true for HIV-positive women; a group not previously focused on in clinical research related to AIDS bereavement...
- The role of coping and problem drinking in men's abuse of female partners: test of a path modelDavid L Snow
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Violence Vict 21:267-85. 2006..Results are discussed in terms of their contribution to the identification of risk and protective factors for men's violent behavior toward intimate female partners and implications for developing intervention strategies...