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Testing the ICD-11 proposal for complex PTSD in trauma-exposed adults: factor structure and symptom profiles

Böttche, Maria et al.

European journal of psychotraumatology. Volume 9:Issue 1 (2018) -- Taylor & Francis

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Understanding the long-term connections between posttraumatic stress, subjective age, and successful aging among midlife and older adults

Palgi, Yuval et al.

European journal of psychotraumatology. Volume 10:Issue 1 (2019) -- Taylor & Francis

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  1. 导弹攻击--PTSD--老年人--主观年龄--成功衰老  (1)
  2. Missile attacks--PTSD--older adults--subjective age--successful aging  (1)
  3. The current study investigated the factor structure and the symptom profile of complex PTSD in treatment-seeking adult trauma survivors.--The current study investigated the factor structure and the symptom profile of complex PTSD in treatment-seeking adult trauma survivors.--A confirmatory factor analysis showed that a six-factor structure with correlating symptom clusters best fits the data.--A latent class analysis showed that PTSD and cPTSD have distinct symptom profiles. A four-class solution best fits the data: low symptoms class, PTSD class, cPTDS class, and severe cPTSD class.  (1)
  4. Trastorno de Estrés Postraumático complejo--AFC--APL--Perfil de síntomas--estructura factorial--adultos--CIE-11  (1)
  5. Complex posttraumatic stress disorder--CFA--LPA--symptom profile--factor structure--adults--ICD-11  (1)
  6. 复杂创伤后应激障碍--CFA--LPA--症状剖面--因子结构--成人--ICD-11  (1)
  7. Ataques con misiles--TEPT--adultos mayores--edad subjetiva--envejecimiento exitoso  (1)
  8. Higher levels of PTSD symptoms were related to higher level of PTSD symptoms a year later. Older subjective age was related to older subjective age a year later. PTSD symptoms predict subjective age, but subjective age does not predict PTSD symptoms. PTSD symptoms and subjective age at T2 mediated the relations between PTSD symptoms in T1 and successful aging in T3. Subjective age at T2 mediated the relations between subjective age in T1 and successful aging in T3.  (1)
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