Nonlinear Dynamic Associations Between Sleep and Coping Self-Efficacy in Posttraumatic Recovery from a Natural Disaster
Wildfires are catastrophic events that often negatively affect the psychological functioning of survivors, commonly in the form of traumatic distress. This distress can persist due to several internal and external factors including disaster exposure, sleep impairment, and coping self-efficacy (CSE) which influence self-regulation processes throughout posttraumatic recovery. Self-regulation shift theory (SRST) articulates how dynamic interactions between internal and external factors can predict both continuous and discontinuous changes in traumatic distress. The present study used SRST to ...
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