Psychosocial factors in HIV and AIDS Bishop, G.D., Alva, A., Cantu, L., & Rittiman, T. (1991). Responses to persons with AIDS: Fear of contagion or stigma? Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21, 1877-1888. Bishop, G.D. (1996). Representaciones cognitivas de la enfermedad y el SIDA (Cognitive disease representations and AIDS). In N. Basabe, D. Paez, R. Usieto, H. Parcheler & J.C. Deschamps (eds.), El desafio del SIDA. Madrid: Fundamentos (in Spanish). Pp. 163-173. Bishop, G.D. (1996). Singaporean beliefs about HIV and AIDS. Singapore Medical Journal, 37, 617-621. Bishop, G.D., Kok, A.J., & Chan, R.K.W. (1998). Sexual practices among men attending an anonymous testing site in Singapore. AIDS Care, 10 (Suppl. 2), S167-S178. Bishop, G.D., Oh, H.M.-L., & Swee, H.-Y. (2000). Attitudes and beliefs of Singapore health care professionals concerning HIV/AIDS. Singapore Medical Journal, 41, 55-63. Bishop, G.D. & Wong, M.L. (2001). Developing sustainable health promotion: STD and HIV prevention in Singapore. In M. MacLachlan (ed.), Cultivating health: Cultural perspectives on promoting health. (Pp. 199-226). Chichester, UK: Wiley. Wong, M.-L., Chan, R.K.-W., Koh, D., Tan, H.-H., Lim, F.-S., Emmanuel, S., Bishop, G. (2009). Premarital sexual intercourse among adolescents in an Asian country: Multilevel ecological factors. Pediatrics, 124, e44-e52.
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