Year: 1994 Source: Clinical Psychology Review, v.14, no.7, (1994), p.611-632 SIEC No: 19950496

Reviews research covering 42 empirical studies that describe & explain the psychological sequelae of HIV infection. Methodological issues are discussed as well as the psychological dimensions of HIV & AIDS, including depression, suicide risk, anxiety, somatization, hypochondriasis, anger & guilt. Implications for psychological consultation, assessment & therapy for persons with HIV infection conclude the article. (64 refs)