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Our study suggests that the proportion of undiagnosed HIV among non-disclosers and disclosers is not significantly different.
By using data that provide quality information for both disclosers and nondisclosers, I directly examine whether unraveling occurred in HMO markets and investigate incentives for disclosure while controlling for data collection costs.
Consumers thus receive a set of messages that consist of quality scores for disclosers and the message of nondisclosure for plans that reveal no information.
Therefore, I set premium as a function of quality only: P = P(q) for disclosers, and P = P([?
Assuming the cost function is separable, (8) a profit function of disclosers is then written as
Furthermore, recipients often have reasons (good and bad) to fear that disclosers are shaping information to serve their own interests and not the recipients'.
However, even a willing discloser will often not know what to disclose.
HIV-affected disclosers were much more likely to be grandparents or a more distant relationship (that is, cousin, great-aunt, great-grandmother), and nonaffected/nondisclosers were more likely to be aunts or uncles.
Among the HIV-affected disclosers two referred to mothers who were deceased, one referred to incarceration, three indicated the parents' location was unknown.
Stress Related to Children and Parenting among HIV Disclosers
HIV-affected disclosers also reported concern about the effectiveness of their parenting.
There are two of you participating in this study because there are two roles: the Discloser and the disclosure Recipient.
Gender related information within each note always indicated the discloser was the same gender as the participant.
Participants rated the discloser on: (a) how similar the discloser was to the participant, (b) how well adjusted the discloser seemed, and (c) how open a person the discloser appeared to be.
1985) investigated dyadic self-disclosure between all possible pairs in terms of gender of discloser and of disclosure target.