Social-cognitive process in posttraumatic stress disorder in motor vehicle accident survivors.

Lynn. Miller
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common sequela in those individuals who survive or witness an event such as a motor vehicle accident (MVA) that may threaten personal and interpersonal integrity. Yet, not all individuals who experience MVAs develop PTSD. It was hypothesized that MVA survivors who developed PTSD would evidence dysfunctional thinking characterized by maladaptive rules, assumptions, and interpretations, or schema specific to road traffic situations. Such dysfunctional thinking patterns were thought to be...
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