AIDS: Abstracts of the Psychological and Behavioral Literature, Volume 2, 1991–1995
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
This second volume of AIDS: Abstracts of the Psychological and Behavioral Literature reflects the tremendous explosion in the efforts of researchers, clinicians, and administrators in the mental health and behavioral science fields to investigate the AIDS phenomenon and combat the AIDS epidemic. The 4,122 entries also reflect the wide-ranging scope of the AIDS-related psychological and behavioral literature, including research from the fields of neuropsychopharmacology and biological psychiatry, anthropology, applied behavior analysis, offender therapy and comparative criminology, military medicine, and brain research.
Because of the extensive literature that has appeared since the publication of APA's 3rd edition of Volume 1 of the AIDS bibliography in 1991, all of the material in this bibliography is new. The citations are drawn from journal abstracts, dissertations, and book and chapter records published in Psychological Abstracts.
This bibliography contains 2,879 abstracts to serial literature, 385 citations to dissertations, 74 authored books, and 622 chapters from 161 edited books.