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  • 1.Research roundup: Self-injurious behavior, part 1
    Better understanding of factors related to the occurrence of self-injurious behavior may facilitate more efficient and appropriate assessment and treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Practice Update (October 2011)
  • 2.Neurocognitive considerations in older ethnically-diverse HIV-seropositive adults
    HIV and aging are independent risk factors for neurocognitive deficits; aging people with HIV are therefore at particularly elevated risk for these deficits compared to those who do not have HIV.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2014)
  • 3.Pharmacologic interventions for HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders
    HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders are still an important problem in HIV-infected individuals despite the use of combination antiretroviral therapy.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2013)
  • 4.Adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in older adults living with HIV/AIDS
    Although older adults with HIV generally report more consistent medication adherence than their younger counterparts, depression, avoidant coping, poor social support and diminished neuropsychological functioning may contribute to reduced adherence in adults aging with HIV.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2014)
  • 5.Cognitive neurorehabilitation of HAND: Have we forgotten something?
    Despite such pharmacological advancements in the treatment of virologic aspects of HIV infection, HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders remain highly prevalent in the combination antiretroviral therapy era.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2013)
  • 6.Multimorbidity and depression in HIV-infected older adults
    The combination of HIV and aging may result in more diseases and conditions in HIV-infected older adults than in non-HIV-infected older adults, and depression can be linked to multi-morbidity in HIV-infected older adults through similar mechanisms of immune suppression and inflammation.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2014)
  • 7.Introduction to current issues on HIV/AIDS in older adults
    The mental health needs of older adults living with HIV are complex and evolving; they include elevated risk for physical and mental morbidities that should be addressed in the context of treatment.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2014)
  • 8.HIV and psychiatric comorbidities: What do we know and what can we do?
    High quality care for HIV-infected individuals also requires vigilance regarding mental health needs of patients.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2013)
  • 9.Consequences of HAND for everyday functioning
    HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders typically presents with a “frontal-striatal” profile, with impairments in learning/memory, attention/working memory, executive functions, speed of information processing, and motor functioning.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2013)
  • 10.The HIV+ brain on drugs: Focus on methamphetamine
    HIV, the hepatitis C virus, and methamphetamine are each associated with increased prevalence of mental health concerns and greater neurocognitive problems.
    Newsletter Article - Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter (January 2013)
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