Monitoring coping style, fear of AIDS, and attitudes towards AIDS prevention

Peter Muris1, F. J. Van Zuuren1, M. Kindt1
1University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cite this article:  Muris, P., Van Zuuren, F. J., & Kindt, M. (1994). Monitoring coping style, fear of AIDS, and attitudes towards AIDS prevention. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 22(2), 137-144.

Volume 22 Issue 2 | e752 | Published: May 1994 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1994.22.2.137

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The present study indicated that subjects with a high monitoring coping style are more fearful of AIDS than subjects with a low monitoring coping style. In addition, it was found that high monitors have a more preventive attitude towards AIDS than low monitors.

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