Impact of Cultural Differences in Self on Cognitive Appraisals in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Background: Accumulating research indicates posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a universal phenomenon. However, it remains substantially unknown as to whether the processes implicated in the aetiology and maintenance of PTSD are culturally similar. Aims: This study investigated the impact of cultural differences in self on negative cognitive appraisals in those with and without PTSD. Method: Trauma survivors with PTSD and without PTSD from independent and interdependent cultures (N = 106)...[Show more]
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