Differences in physical pain, psychological functioning, and negative impression management across gender and trauma group among three Australian compensation-seeking samples
This study sought to examine physical pain and psychological presentations of Australian compensation-seeking samples comprising motor vehicle accident survivors (n=242), workplace accident survivors (n=151), and victims of crime (n=94). A major objective was to investigate whether physical pain, prevalence of PTSD and major depressive disorder, and psychological functioning differ between people from these trauma groups. This study also examined whether there were gender differences in...[Show more]
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