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POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER AS A THREAT TO MASCULINE IDENTITY
Author(s):Taylor, Jerika Allison
The current study was designed to assess hypotheses derived from the Precarious Manhood Thesis, Anxiety Buffer Disruption Theory, and Terror Management Theory. Specifically, this study attempted to assess whether men who ...
ROLE OF COPING SELF-EFFICACY ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND ENGAGEMENT FOR THE TRIGGERS MODULE OF A TRAUMA INTERVENTION WEBSITE, The
Author(s):Devane, Amanda Nicole
Trauma affects several million adult Americans every year. The repercussions of this are far reaching psychologically, socially, and financially. Thus far, Internet-based interventions have been shown to be effective for ...
Understanding Engagement with a Trauma Recovery Web Intervention Using the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA) Framework
Author(s):Yeager, Carolyn M.
Web interventions for the reduction of trauma related symptoms have been shown to be efficacious but have limited engagement. As the amount of engagement is linked to behavioral outcomes, understanding the factors that ...
CONSEQUENCES OF MORAL DECISION-MAKING: SELF-REGULATORY PERSEVERATION ON MORAL CONCERNS FOLLOWING MORAL BEHAVIOR VIOLATIONS, The
Author(s):Yetzer, Andrea M.
Moral injury has been identified as a type of trauma outcome often reported in military and veteran populations that stems from perpetrating, being victim of, or bearing witness to acts or events that violate deeply held ...
Neuropsychological Functioning in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Pain
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and pain often co-occur, with estimated rates between 2%-40% (McWilliams, Cox, & Enns, 2003). Both PTSD and pain are associated with impairments in neuropsychological functioning (e.g., ...