ADVANCING THE MEASUREMENT OF TRAUMA-RELATED SHAME AMONG WOMEN WITH HISTORIES OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE

Alyssa Jones
Shame is a predominant emotion for some trauma-exposed individuals—particularly survivors of interpersonal violence (IPV)—that is associated with more severe symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD; see Saraiya & Lopez-Castro, 2016). Despite growing evidence of shame’s importance in recovery from trauma and PTSD, measurement challenges have played a large role in difficulties understanding and comparing the impact of shame across studies. These challenges include: 1) the use of measures that assess trait shame as opposed to...
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