Cultural differences in personal identity in post-traumatic stress disorder
Objectives. This study investigated cultural differences in goals, self-defining memories, and self-cognitions in those with and without post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Method. Trauma survivors with and without PTSD, from independent and interdependent cultures (N = 106) provided major personal goals, self-defining memories, and self-cognitions. Results. Trauma survivors with PTSD from independent cultures reported more goals, self-defining memories, and self-cognitions that were...[Show more]
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