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Does stigmatization wear down resilience? A longitudinal study among children affected by parental HIV
Chi,Peilian1; Li,Xiaoming2; Du,Hongfei1; Tam,Cheuk Chi3; Zhao,Junfeng4; Zhao,Guoxiang4
2019-06-19
Source PublicationPersonality and Individual Differences
ISSN01918869
Volume96Pages:159-163
Abstract

Social stigma has deleterious effects on psychological well-being. Emerging empirical evidences suggest that resilience is an adaptive mindset that generally enables people to survive and thrive in adversity. The current study used a three-wave longitudinal data to examine the potential bidirectional association between perceived stigmatization and resilience. Children of parents living with HIV (n = 195) were assessed at the baseline and followed up for 12 months with 6-month intervals. Cross-lagged panel analyses were performed in the study. The findings showed that the autoregressive effects were stable for perceived stigmatization and resilience, suggesting stable individual differences over time. The cross-lagged effects indicated that perceived stigmatization negatively predicted the level of resilience. However, resilience did not predict perceived stigmatization during the study time. The study suggests a robust longitudinal effect of perceived stigmatization on resilience. The potential bidirectional association between perceived stigmatization and resilience should be examined in the future studies.

KeywordChildren Cross-lagged Parental Hiv Perceived Stigmatization Resilience
DOI10.1016/j.paid.2016.03.001
URLView the original
Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaPsychology
WOS SubjectPsychology, Social
WOS IDWOS:000374604300028
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
Corresponding AuthorChi,Peilian
Affiliation1.Department of PsychologyUniversity of MacauMacau SAR,Taipa,Macao
2.South Carolina SmartState Center for Healthcare QualityArnold School of Public HealthUniversity of South Carolina,Columbia,United States
3.Department of PsychologyVirginia Commonwealth University,United States
4.Institute of Behavior and PsychologyHenan University,Kaifeng,China
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
Corresponding Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Chi,Peilian,Li,Xiaoming,Du,Hongfei,et al. Does stigmatization wear down resilience? A longitudinal study among children affected by parental HIV[J]. Personality and Individual Differences,2019,96:159-163.
APA Chi,Peilian,Li,Xiaoming,Du,Hongfei,Tam,Cheuk Chi,Zhao,Junfeng,&Zhao,Guoxiang.(2019).Does stigmatization wear down resilience? A longitudinal study among children affected by parental HIV.Personality and Individual Differences,96,159-163.
MLA Chi,Peilian,et al."Does stigmatization wear down resilience? A longitudinal study among children affected by parental HIV".Personality and Individual Differences 96(2019):159-163.
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