H. Rendina, Jonathon; Brett M. Millar, Jeffrey T. Parsons
Journal of Affective Disorders November 2017 DOI: 10.1016/j.jad.2017.11.005
2017-11-01
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/H_Rendina/publication/320883129_The_Critical_Role_of_Internalized_HIV-Related_Stigma_in_the_Daily_Negative_Affective_Experiences_of_HIV-Positive_Gay_and_Bisexual_Men/links/5a0af809458515e482743c4a/The-Critical-Role-of-Internalized-HIV-Related-Stigma-in-the-Daily-Negative-Affective-Experiences-of-HIV-Positive-Gay-and-Bisexual-Men.pdf
These findings suggest that, independent of the effects of individual-level stigma,
situational experiences of internalized HIV stigma are associated with increases in event-level
negative affective experiences. A combination of individually-delivered and mobile interventions
may be successful at reducing the impact of internalized HIV stigma on negative affect and
emotion dysregulation.