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BIBLIOGRAPHY: Papers, Theses, articles & Books: Part B (Part A)

Part B: - HIV+ Status & Bereavement - Lesbian / Women Issues - General -

Part A: - HIV/AIDS Epidemic/Rates - Risk Attributes & Prevention Education -


HIV+ Status & Bereavement
 
ABSTRACT
AIDS Institute's Clinical Guidelines: Criteria for the Medical Care of Children and Adolescents with HIV Infection (2002). Identification and Ambulatory Care of HIV-Exposed and -Infected Adolescents. Contents and links to full text sections.
 
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Ariss R, Dowsett GW, Carrigan T (1995). Health Strategies of HIV-Infected, Homosexually Active Men in Sydney, Australia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(3), 49-70. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Avriette MG (1996). The impact of the AIDS epidemic upon the social support systems of gay men experiencing multiple loss to HIV. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI, Vol. 34-06, p. 2235, 83 pages.
 
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Baab DF (1997). Psychological well-being among gay and bisexual men with Immunodeficiency Virus infection. PH.D. Thesis, Arizona State University. DAI Vol. 58-04B, p 2108, 193 pages.
 
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Beckam D, Palacios-Jimenez L, Patti VJ, and Shernoff M; Ryan PG, Ed. (1989). Saying goodbye to someone you love. Full text.
 
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Bierman CM (1996). Examining AIDS-related bereavement in gay men: the effects of lack of social support, multiple loss, and participation in final arrangements. M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI, Vol. 34-06, p. 2235, 66 pages.
 
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Bloom FR (1996). Living in the HIV spectrum: life stories and illness narratives of gay men. PH.D. Thesis, Case Western Reserve University, DAI, Vol. 58-01A, p. 202, 249 pages.
 
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Burgess AP, Riccio M, Jadresic D, Pugh K, Catalan J, Hawkins DA, Baldeweg T, Lovett E, Gruzelier J, Thompson C (1994). A longitudinal study of the neuropsychiatric consequences of HIV-1 infection in gay men. I. Neuropsychological performance and neurological status at baseline and at 12-month follow-up. Psychological Medicine, 24(4), 885-889.
 
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Burke JM, Coddington D,  Bakeman R, Clance PR (1994). Inclusion and Exclusion in HIV Support Groups. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 2(2), 121-130.  (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Cole SW, Kemeny ME, Taylor SE (1997). Social identity and physical health: accelerated HIV progression in rejection-sensitive gay men. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(2), 320-35.
 
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Cowles KV (1994). Significant Others of Persons with AIDS: A Preliminary Study. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 2(2), 101-119.  (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Daniel DR (1994). Counseling gay white men with HIV/AIDS: an ethnographic field study in Phoenix, Arizona. ED. D. Thesis, Northern Arizona University, DAI, Vol. 55-10A, p. 3137, 265 pages.
 
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Depalo RL (1997). Spirituality, dealing with illness, hopelessness, and multisimensional fear of death as perceived by  gay men with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). PH.D. Thesis, DAI, Vol. 58-06A, p. 2392, 211 pages.
 
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Williams JK, Wyatt GE, Resell J, Peterson J, Asuan-O'Brien A (2002). Psychosocial Issues Among Gay- and Non-Gay-Identifying HIV-Seropositive African American and Latino MSM. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3): 268-86.
 
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Domino G, Shen D (1996). Attitudes toward suicide in patients with HIV/AIDS. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 34(1), 15-27.
 
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Durvasula MS (1997). The independent and interactive effects of HIV-1 and cocaine use on neurological performance in African-American men. PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, DAI, Vol. 57-11B, p. 7222, 170 pages.
 
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Dworkin Ball S (1996). Social Services and Bereavement in the Lesbian and Gay Community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 2(3/4), 41-60. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Elfand LM (1996).  Psychologists' beliefs around protecting third parties and maintaining confidentiality with HIV patients. PH.D. Thesis, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, DAI, Vol. 57-08B, p. 5322, 163 pages.
 
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Farenbach CM (1992). AIDS-related loss in uninfected gay men: an exploratory study of the psychological consequences of loss and change. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, DAI, Vol. 53-06B, p. 3152, 373 pages.
 
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Folkman S (1997). Introduction to the special section: use of bereavement narratives to predict well-being in gay men whose partners died of AIDS - four theoretical perspectives. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(4), 851-54.
 
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Folkman S, Chesney M, Collette L, Boccellari A, Cooke M. (1996). Postbereavement depressive mood and its prebereavement predictors in HIV+ and HIV- gay men. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 70(2), 336-48.
 
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Furin JJ (1995). Becoming my own doctor: gay men, AIDS, and alternative therapy use in West Hollywood, California. PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, DAI, Vol. 56-05A, p. 1864, 371 pages.
 
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Gillespie SL (1996). Toward an understanding of family relationships for HIV-positive gay couples. M.S.N. Thesis, The University of Western Ontario, MAI, Vol. 35-03, p. 790, 124 pages, ISBN: 0-612-14959-5.
 
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Golden JA (1995). Psychosocial factors in the progression of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. PH.D. Thesis, University of South Florida, DAI Vol. 56-12B, p. 7045, 100 pages.
 
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Goodkin, K, Burkhalter, JE, Blaney, NT, Leeds, B, Tuttle, RS, Feaster, DJ. (1997) A research derived bereavement support group technique for the HIV-1 infected. Journal of Death and Dying, 34(4), 279-300.
 
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Hayes RA (1995). Differences in social support, coping, and attitudes toward homosexuality between African-American and Caucasian men living with HIV. PH.D. Thesis, The George Washington University, DAI, vol. 56-09B, p. 5171, 129 pages.
 
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Hoff CC (1995). Emotional states, attitudes, sexual behavior, and relationship factors among HIV discordant and concordant gay men in primary relationships. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley/Alameda, DAI Vol. 55-11B, p. 5054, 87 pages.
 
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Holloway EK (1996). Death anxiety in HIV-affected homosexual men. M.S. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI, Vol. 34-06, p. 2477, 128 pages.
 
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Igreja I, Zuroff DC, Koestner R, Saltaris C, Brouillette MJ, Lalonde R (2000). Social Motives, Social Support, and Distress in Gay Men Differing in HIV Status. Journal of Research in Personality, 34(3): 287-304. Full Text N/A: PDF Download, IDEAL Library.
 
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Jimenez-Sheppard (1997).  Multiple loss and grief in HIV-Positive and HIV-negative gay men: catastrophic survivor guilt, proneness to survivor guilt, and coping. PH.D. Thesis, The Wright Institute, DAI, Vol. 57-11B, p. 7227, 119 pages.
 
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Johnson JG, Williams JB, Goetz RR, Rabkin JG, Lipsitz JD, Remien RH (1997). Stability and change in personality disorder symptomatology: findings from a longitudinal study of HIV+ and HIV- men. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 106(1), 154-8.
 
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Josephson SB (1997). Correlates of HIV/AIDS disclosure: psychosocial stresses; demographics; social support; coping; and quality of life. PH.D. Thesis, Columbia University, DAI Vol. 58-03A, p. 1093, 180 pages.
 
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Kadushin G (1997). Rural HIV/AIDS Social Services for Gays and Lesbians. Social Work in Health Care, 25(4), 1-11. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Kadushin G (1996). Gay Men with AIDS and Their Families of Origin: An Analysis of Social Support. Health and Social Work, 21(2), 141-9.
 
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Kalichman, SC, Roffman, RA, Picciano, JF, Bolan, M (1997). Sexual relationships, sexual behavior, and HIV infection: HIV-seropositive gay and bisexual men seeking prevention services. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 28(4), 355-60
 
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Kellerhouse B (1996). A loss of heart: AIDS-related bereavement in HIV-negative gay men. PH.D. Thesis, New York University, DAI, Vol. 58-01B, p. 418, 267 pages.
 
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Kelly B, Dunne M, Raphael B, Buckham C, Zournazi A, Smith S, Statham D (1991). Relationships between mental adjustment to HIV diagnosis, psychological morbidity and sexual behaviour. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 30(Pt. 4), 370-2.
 
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Kendall J (1991). Human association and wellness of homosexual men with HIV infection: a grounded theory. PH.D. Thesis, Georgia State University, DAI Vol. 53-06B, p. 2785, 407 pages.
 
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Kerewsky SD (1997). HIV+ gay men's processes of making their own AIDS Memorial Quilt panels. PSY.D. Thesis,  Antioch University, New England Graduate School, DAI, Vol. 58-09B, p. 5192, 250 pages.
 
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Klich UI (1997).  A study of social support variables in three stages of HIV illness. PH.D. Thesis, Indiana State University, DAI, Vol. 58-09A, p. 3429, 131 pages.
 
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Lewis J (1994). Identity transformation: the experience of HIV positive gay men. PH.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, DAI, Vol. 56-07A, p. 2877, 267 pages, ISBN: 0-315-97219-X.
 
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Magee RBH (1996). Gay relationships and HIV: comparing relationship quality, predicting satisfaction and psychological distress in gay male couples of HIV-positive, -negative, mixed and unknown status.  PH.D. Thesis, The Wright Institute, DAI, Vol. 57-07B, p. 4716, 108 pages.
 
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Mancoske RJ (1997). Rural HIV/AIDS Social Services for Gays and Lesbians. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 7(3), 37-52. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Martin JL, Dean L. (1993). Effects of AIDS-related bereavement and HIV-related illness on psychological distress among gay men: a 7-year longitudinal study, 1985-1991. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 61(1), 94-103.
 
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McCormick LJ (1997). A study of the dreams of AIDS hospice volunteers. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, DAI, Vol. 58-05B, p. 2690, 196 pages.
 
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Meyer P, Tapley EK, Bazargan M (1996). Depression in HIV Symptomatic Gay and Bisexual Men. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 5(4), 69-85. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Miles TA (1997). Gay and bisexual men living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): the relationship among purpose in life, death anxiety, and life changes. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley / Alameda, CA. DAI, Vol. 58-05B, p. 2691, 133 pages.
 
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Moeller S (1996). The caregiving experiences of gay men whose partners are living with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. M.S. Thesis, University of Alaska, Anchorage, MAI, Vol. 35-03, p. 794, 65 pages.
 
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Nelligan, Penny (1999). A bereavement support group reduced grief and distress in bereaved, homosexual. Evidence Based Nursing, 2: 116. Full Text. PDF Download.
 
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Nicholson WD, Long BC (1990). Self-esteem, social support, internalized homophobia, and coping strategies of HIV+ gay men. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 58(6), 873-6.
 
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Nolen-Hoeksema S, McBride A, Larson J (1997). Rumination and psychological distress among bereaved partners. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(4), 855-62.
 
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Norsworthy KL, Horne AM (1994). Issues in Group Work with HIV-Infected Gay and Bisexual Men. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 19(2), 112-19. (Article availability given in ERIC "abstract" link. No. EJ495923)
 
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O'Brien JM (1996). Men in grief: death of a partner. PH.D. Thesis, Michigan State University, DAI, Vol. 57-09A, p. 3829, 240 pages.
 
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Pakenham KI, Dadds MR, Terry DJ (1992). Relationships between adjustment to HIV and both social support and coping. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62(6), 1194-1203.
 
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Paraskevopouios A (1995). Clients' perceptions of significant psychological issues across the HIV/AIDS continuum. M.A. Thesis, McGill University, MAI Vol. 34-05, p. 1741, 124 pages, ISBN: 0-612-07951-1.
 
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Parrott RT (1996). Art, longevity, and HIV disease: a study of seropositive gay men with non-progressing HIV disease. PH.D. Thesis, The Union Institute, DAI, Vol. 57-08A, p. 3683, 186 pages.
 
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Pomeroy EC, Walker RJ, McNeil JS (1996). Psychoeducational Model for Caregivers of Persons with AIDS. Journal of Family Social Work, 1(4), 19-34. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Powell-Cope GM (1992). Becoming a couple affected by HIV infection. PH.D. Thesis, University of Washington, DAI Vol. 53-08B, p. 4035, 264 pages.
 
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Pugh K, Riccio M, Jadresic D, Burgess AP, Baldeweg T, Catalan J, Lovett E, Hawkins DA, Gruzelier J, Thompson C (1994). A longitudinal study of the neuropsychiatric consequences of HIV-1 infection in gay men. II. Psychological and health status at baseline and at 12-month follow-up. Psychological Medicine, 24(4), 897-904.
 
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Remafedi, Gary (1994). The University of Minnesota Youth and AIDS Projects' Adolescent Early Intervention Program: A Model to Link HIV-Seropositive Youth with Care. Journal of Adolescent Health, 23(2):115-121. Full Text.
 
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Remafedi G, Lauer T (1996). The Health and Psychosocial Status of HIV-Seropositive Youth in Minnesota. Journal of Adolescent Health, 18(4):263-9. Full Text.
 
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Remafedi G, Lauer T (1995). Survival trends in adolescents with human immunodeficiency virus infection. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 149(10): 1093-6. Full Text.
 
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Roberts TL (1995). African American Gay Males with HIV/AIDS: Building upon Cultural Capacities to Survive. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 2(3/4), 75-87. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Rotheram-Borus MJ, Murphy DA, Kennedy M, Stanton A, Kuklinski M  (2001). Health and risk behaviors over time among youth living with HIV. Journal of Adolescence, 24(6): 791-802. (Full Text: PDF Download), IDEAL Library.
 
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Saragossi CR (1996).  You are HIV-positive: whom do you tell? M.S.W. Thesis, California State University, Long Beach, MAI, Vol. 35-03, p. 0713, 122 pages.
 
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Sherburne SP (1995).  Affective reactions, social support and willingness to self-disclose to HIV seropositive individuals; impact of sexual orientation and responsibility for the infection. M.S. Thesis, Old Dominion University, MAI Vol. 34-03, p. 1304, 110 pages.
 
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Shernoff, M, Ed. (1997). Special Issue on GAY WIDOWERS: Surviving the Death of A Partner. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 7(2). List of articles. Introduction.
 
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Shernoff M (1997). Gay Grief and Gay Widowers. LGNY, Issue 62, Sept. 1, 1997. Full Text.
 
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Shernoff M (1996). Gay Men With AIDS in Rural America, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. Full Text.
 
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Shernoff M (1995). Counseling chemically dependent people with HIV illness. Published in The Second Decade of AIDS: A Mental Health Practice Handbook eds. Walt Odets & Michael Shernoff, New York: Hatherleigh Press. Full Text.
 
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Shernoff M, and Springer E (1992). Substance abuse and AIDS: report from the front Lines (the impact on professionals). Published in Lesbians and Gay Men: Chemical Dependency Treatment Issues, Ed. D. Weinstein. Harrington Park Press, 1992. Full Text.
 
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Siegel K, et al. (1997). Correlates of change in depressive symptomatology among gay men with AIDS. Health Psychology, Vol. 16(3), 230-8.
 
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Silverman M, Rice S (1995). Ethical Dilemmas of Working with Individuals Who Have HIV Disease. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 3(4), 53-68. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Siegel K, Epstein JA (1996). Ethnic-Racial Differences in Psychological Stress Related to Gay Lifestyle Among HIV-Positive Men. Psychological Reports, 79(1), 303-12.
 
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Sorenson EA (1994). Stigma and identity: a multiple case history of people with AIDS. PH.D. Thesis, The University of Michigan, DAI, Vol. 55-08B, p. 3602, 157 pages.
 
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Stately, AL (1997). The psychological adjustment of HIV-negative gay men in a sero-different couple: the impact of HIV-illness factors, AIDS-related loss, intimacy and social support and anticipatory grief and psychological distress. PH.D. Thesis,  California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, DAI, Vol. 58-09B, p. 5142, 206 pages.
 
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Stein N, Folkman S, Trabasso T, Richards TA (1997). Appraisal and goal processes as predictors of psychological well-being in bereaved caregivers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(4), 872-884.
 
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Vieille RC Jr (1997). The use of hypnosis, self-hypnosis, mental imagery, and naturalistic trance to enhance immunity and health in gay men with HIV. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno, DAI, Vol. 58-10B, p. 5692, 310 pages.
 
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Weinberger MC (1995). The comparative efficacy of stress inoculation training and supportive therapy in the treatment of psychological distress in males with AIDS- related complex. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, DAI, Vol. 50-03B, p. 1127, 233 pages.
 
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Weiss JJ (1997). Psychotherapy with HIV-Positive Gay Men: A Psychodynamic Perspective.  American Journal of Psychotherapy, 51(1). (Abstract link to the American Journal of Psychotherapy web site.)
 
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Weiss RS, and Richards TA (1997).  A scale for predicting quality of recovery following the death of a partner. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(4), 885-91.
 
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Westerman PL, Davidson PM (1993). Homophobic Attitudes and AIDS Risk Behavior of Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 14(3), 208-13.
 
 

Lesbian/Women Issues
 
 
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Amaro H, Raj A (2000). On the Margin: Power and Women's HIV Risk Reduction Strategies. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, April 01. 24 pages. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Journal of Sex Research: Table of Contents)
 
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Bowleg L, Belgrave FZ, Reisen CA (2000). Gender Roles, Power Strategies, and Precautionary Sexual Self-Efficacy: Implications for Black and Latina Women's HIV/AIDS Protective Behaviors. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, April 01. 16 pages. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Journal of Sex Research: Table of Contents)
 
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Bruce RG (1996) A coping skills intervention for newly diagnosed HIV-Positive women. PSY.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, DAI Vol. 57-08B, p. 5318, 300 pages.
 
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Einhorn L, Polgar M (1994). HIV-risk behavior among lesbians and bisexual women. AIDS Education and Prevention, 6(6), 514-23. (A PubMed abstract link with document delivery service. Paper No. 95217603)
 
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Glassman C (1995). Lesbians and HIV Disease. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 2(3/4), 61-74. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Gurbuz G (1991). Effect of group intervention on women with HIV-related concerns. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley/Alameda, DAI Vol. 52-11B, p. 6084, 154 pages.
 
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Jacobs BA (1992). The AIDS epidemic: its effect on sexual attitudes and practices among lesbian and bisexual women. PH.D. Thesis, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, DAI Vol. 53-07B, p. 3775, 293 pages.
 
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Kadushin G (1996). Gay Men with AIDS and Their Families of Origin: An Analysis of Social Support. Health & Social Work, Vol. 21(2), 141-49. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Luinenberg O (1994). Lesbians and safer sex discourses: identity barriers, fluid practices. M.A. Thesis, Simon Frazer University, MAI Vol. 34-02, p. 0624, 106 pages, ISBN: 0-315-01136-4.
 
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Morrow KM (1996). Culture-specific HIV/AIDS prevention programming for lesbian and bisexual women. PH.D. Thesis, Western Michigan University, DAI, Vol. 57-07B, p. 4331, 145 pages.
 
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Morrow KM, Allsworth JE (2001). Sexual risk in lesbians and bisexual women. Journal of the Gay Lesbian Medical Association. 2000, 4: 159-165. Are Gay Women at Risk for Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Clinician Reviews, April 01. 1 page. Full Text, Find Articles: findarticles.com. (Journal of Sex Research: Table of Contents)
 
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Munson M (1996). Eliminating the Barriers to Communication: Safer Sex Education for Lesbians and Bisexual Women. Women and Therapy, 19(4), 75-84. (A BUBL "abstract" link.)
 
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Nichols, Margaret (1990). Women and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: Issues For Prevention. In Voeller B, Reinisch JM, Gotleib M (eds). AIDS and Sex: An Integrated Biomedical and Biobehavorial Approach. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. Full Text.
 
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Peplau LA, Cochran SD, Mays VM (1997). A national survey of the intimate relationships of African American lesbians and gay men: A look at commitment, satisfaction, sexual behavior and HIV Disease. In B. Greene (Eds.). Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Issues:  Ethnic and Cultural Diversity Among Lesbians and Gay Men: 11-38. Newbury Park: Sage. PDF Download.
 
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Perry SM (1994). Prediction of risky sexual behavior among lesbians: a theoretical comparison. PH.D. Thesis, University of Houston, DAI Vol. 55-09B, p. 4171, 123 pages.
 
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Stevens PE, Hall JM (2001). Sexuality and safer sex: the issues for lesbians and bisexual women. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 30(4): 439-47. PubMed Abstract.
 

General
 
 
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Aitken JE, Dey AM (1998). Film Portrayal of People with HIV/AIDS. Paper presented at the University of Kansas Annual Film Symposium, Lawrence, KS. (The availability of the 29-page paper is given in the ERIC "abstract" link.)
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Alali AO (1994). The Disposition of AIDS Imagery in "New York Times" Obituaries. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, Vol. 29(4), 273-89. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Appleby GA (1995). AIDS and Homophobia/Heterosexism. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 2(3/4), 1-23. (A BUBL "abstract link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Bakelaar PJ (1997). The issue culture of the gay and lesbian religious controversy in the age of AIDS; moral argumentation in American mainline religious communities as a symbolic contest between competing interpretations,  PH.D. Thesis, Temple University, DAI, Vol. 58-06A, p. 2188, 475 pages.
 
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Ball S (1996). HIV-negative gay men: individual and community social service needs. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 4(2), 25-40. (A BUBL "abstract" link. Must scroll to locate abstract.)
 
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Bivens, AJ, et al. (1994-5). Death Concern and Religious Beliefs among Gays and Bisexuals of Variable Proximity to AIDS. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, Vol. 30(2), 105-20. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Cassel JB (1995). Altruism is only part of the story: a longitudinal study of aids volunteers. PH.D. Thesis, City University of New York, DAI, Vol. 56-05B, p. 2937, 125 pages.
 
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Clarke CA (1995).  AIDS, gays and drugs: a negotiated social order. M.A. Thesis, Queen's University at Kingston, MAI, Vol. 34-03, p. 1060, 156 pages, ISBN: 0-612-04674-5.
 
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Cleveland PH et al. (1988). If Your Child Had AIDS...: Responses of Parents with Homosexual Children. Family Relations, Vol. 37(2), 150-53. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Cochran SD, Mays VM (1994). Depressive Distress Among Homosexually Active African American Men and Women.  American Journal of Psychiatry, 151(4), 524-9.
 
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Cole SW, et al. (1996). Elevated physical health risk among gay men who conceal their homosexual identity. Health Psychology, Vol. 15(4), 243-51.
 
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Daniel H (1991). We are all people living with AIDS: myths and realities of AIDS in Brazil. International Journal of Health Services, 21(3), 539-51.
 
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Dixon GA (1997).  The play(s) of AIDS. PH.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, DAI, Vol. 58-07A, p. 2466, 440 pages.
 
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Frankenberg R (1992). The other who is also the same: the relevance of epidemics in space and time for prevention of HIV infection. International Journal of Health Services, 22(1), 73-88.
 
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Freudenberg N, Radosh A (1998). Protecting Youth, Preventing AIDS: A Guide for Effective High School HIV Prevention Programs. Prepared for the New York City High School AIDS Evaluation Consortium. (The availability of the 49-page document is given in the ERIC "abstract" link.)
 
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Gonsiorek JC, Shernoff M (1991). AIDS Prevention and Public Policy: The Experience of Gay Males. Published in Homosexuality: Research Implications for Public Policy edited by John C. Gonsiorek & James D. Weinrich, 1991, Sage Publications. (Full text online.)
 
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Heller KS (1992). Silence equals death: discourses on aids and identity in the gay press, 1981-1986. PH.D. Thesis, DAI, Vol. 54-02A, p. 574, 371 pages.
 
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Johnson JG, et al. (1996).  Personality Disorders Predict Onset of Axis I Disorders and Impaired Functioning Among Homosexual Men With and at Risk of HIV Infection  Archives of General Psychiatry, 53(4), 350-7.
 
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Kerewsky SD (1997). HIV+ gay men's processes of making their own AIDS Memorial Quilt panels. PSY.D. Thesis,  Antioch University, New England Graduate School, DAI, Vol. 58-09B, p. 5192, 250 pages.
 
ABSTRACT
Kushner T (1997). Three screeds from Key West. The Gay & Lesbian Review, 4(2). Full text online.
 
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Lewis J (1999). Status passages: the experience of HIV-positive gay men. Journal of Homosexuality, 37(3), 87-115.  (PubMed Abstract Link with document delivery service. Paper No. 99369446)
 
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Long TL Jr (1997). AIDS and American apolcalypticism: discourse, performance, and the cultural production of meaning in New York City, 1981-1996. PH.D. Thesis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, DAI, Vol. 58-09A, p. 3525, 643 pages.
 
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Marks G, et al. (1992). Self-disclosure of HIV infection: preliminary results from a sample of Hispanic men. Health Psychology, Vol. 11(5), 300-6.
 
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Mason HR, et al. (1995). Culturally sanctioned secrets? Latino men's nondisclosure of HIV infection to family, friends, and lovers. Health Psychology, Vol. 14(1), 6-12.
 
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McKee MB, et al. (1994). Challenging Heterosexism in College Health Service Delivery. Journal of American College Health, Vol. 42(5), 211-16. (Article availability given by ERIC in "abstract" link.)
 
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Peterson JL, Folkman S,  Bakeman R (1996). Stress, Coping, HIV Status, Psychosocial Resources and Depressive Mood in African American Gay, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Men. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(4), 461-87.
 
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  The development of these GLBT information web pages were made possible through the collaboration of Richard Ramsay (Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary) and Pierre Tremblay (independent researcher, writer, and GLBT children and youth advocate) who both recognize that often needed social changes occur as the result of knowledge availability and dissemination. Additional Information at: Warning, Acknowledgments, Authors.

These GLBTQ Info-Pages were located at the University of Southampton from 2000 to 2003, this being the result of a collaboration with Dr. Chris Bagley, Department of Social Work Studies, University of Southampton.

Graphics are compliments of Websight West. The Synergy Centre donated computer/Internet time to facilitate the construction of this GLBT information site. Both are owned by a Chris Hooymans, a friend, and former publisher of a gay & lesbian magazine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Chris continues to offer his expertise whenever needed and he has supplied, free of charge, the hosting of the site - Youth Suicide Problems: A Gay / Bisexual Male Focus - where a smaller - GLBTQ Education Section - and the Internet Resource Page for this subject (http://www.youth-suicide.com/gay-bisexual/links6a.htm) is located.

Computer time was also supplied by Rick Reist & Glenn Lynas, and Glenn also supplied other forms of assistance.

Many thanks to Wendy Stephens from The Department of Communications Media, University of Calgary.  She communicated with publishers of many academic journals (an ongoing time-consuming process) for permission to reproduce abstracts from papers and studies on these GLBT information web pages.

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The information made available on this web page does not represent all the relevant information available on the Internet, nor in professional journals and in other publications.

This web page was constructed to supply a spectrum of information for individuals seeking to understand one or more of the many gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender issues. Additional Information at: Warning, Acknowledgments, Authors.


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