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Social ecological factors associated with future orientation of children affected by parental HIV infection and AIDS
Lin,Xiuyun1; Fang,Xiaoyi1,2; Chi,Peilian3; Heath,Melissa Allen4; Li,Xiaoming5; Chen,Wenrui6
2019-06-19
Source PublicationJournal of Health Psychology
ISSN14617277 13591053
Volume21Issue:7Pages:1404-1414
Abstract

From a social ecological perspective, this study examined the effects of stigma (societal level), trusting relationships with current caregivers (familial level), and self-esteem (individual level) on future orientation of children affected by HIV infection and AIDS. Comparing self-report data from 1221 children affected by parental HIV infection and AIDS and 404 unaffected children, affected children reported greater stigma and lower future orientation, trusting relationships, and self-esteem. Based on structural equation modeling, stigma experiences, trusting relationships, and self-esteem had direct effects on future orientation, with self-esteem and trusting relationships partially mediating the effect of stigma experiences on children's future orientation. Implications are discussed.

KeywordChildren Affected By Hiv Infection And Aids Future Orientation Self-esteem Stigma Experiences Trusting Relationships
DOI10.1177/1359105314554817
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Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaPsychology
WOS SubjectPsychology, Clinical
WOS IDWOS:000379824000021
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
Corresponding AuthorFang,Xiaoyi
Affiliation1.Institute of Developmental PsychologyBeijing Normal University,Beijing,100875,China
2.Tianjin Normal University,China
3.University of Macau,Macao
4.Brigham Young University,United States
5.Wayne State University School of Medicine,United States
6.New York University,United States
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Lin,Xiuyun,Fang,Xiaoyi,Chi,Peilian,et al. Social ecological factors associated with future orientation of children affected by parental HIV infection and AIDS[J]. Journal of Health Psychology,2019,21(7):1404-1414.
APA Lin,Xiuyun,Fang,Xiaoyi,Chi,Peilian,Heath,Melissa Allen,Li,Xiaoming,&Chen,Wenrui.(2019).Social ecological factors associated with future orientation of children affected by parental HIV infection and AIDS.Journal of Health Psychology,21(7),1404-1414.
MLA Lin,Xiuyun,et al."Social ecological factors associated with future orientation of children affected by parental HIV infection and AIDS".Journal of Health Psychology 21.7(2019):1404-1414.
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