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Type: Published Manuscript
Title: Increased social interactions reduce the association between constricted life-space and lower daily happiness in older adults with and without HIV: A GPS and ecological momentary assessment study.
Authors: Kamalyan L, Yang J, Pope CN, Paolillo EW, Campbell LM, Tang B, Marquine MJ, Depp CA, Moore RC
Year: 2021
Publication: The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
Volume: 29 Issue: 8 Pages: 867-879
Abstract:Older persons with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) (PWH) are particularly susceptible to life-space restrictions. The aims of this study included: 1) using global positioning system (GPS) derived indicators as an assessment of time spent at home among older adults with and without HIV; 2) using ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to examine real-time relationships between life-space, mood (happiness, sadness, anxious), fatigue, and pain; and 3) determining if number of daily social interactions moderated the effect of life-space on mood.

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