A prospective, longitudinal examination of pre-existing cognitive, emotional and behavioural risk factors for post-trauma adjustment
Using a sample of 519 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel deployed on service to Iraq and Afghanistan during 2008, this thesis proposed and tested a model for post-trauma pathology through a prospective, longitudinal examination of the relationship between cognitive, emotional regulation and behavioural factors and post-traumatic stress and psychological distress. Data was collected at three time points. The first was prior to deployment with data collected on self and world beliefs,...[Show more]
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