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In continual actual issues, the main widespread figures within the box of behavioral drugs argue why a biopsychosocial point of view is essential to decreasing the super own and societal burden of power affliction.
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However, in another study, high participatory control (measured in the same way) was associated with negative mood and adjustment for patients infected with HIV (Jenkins and Patterson, 1998). In the case of HIV, it is possible that any amount of vicarious control negatively impacts adjustment. , 1991). g. doctors) have control over health outcomes may be harmful in the context of AIDS because society is not all that sympathetic to the diagnosis. From the previous discussion, one can discern that the relations of the different kinds of control to adjustment to chronic illness are not always 36 HELGESON/REYNOLDS consistent.
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Chronic Physical Disorders: Behavioral Medicine's Perspective (The Blackwell Series in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine) by Alan Christensen, Michael Antoni