Age-related similarities and differences in networks of acute trauma-related stress symptoms in younger and older preschool children

Lasse Bartels, Cedric Sachser & Markus A. Landolt
Background: Prior research on trauma-exposed preschool children has found various levels of trauma-related stress symptoms depending on age, which might be explained by developmental factors. Objective: This study uses network analysis to extend prior research and compare symptom presentation in younger and older preschoolers in the acute phase (first 4 weeks) following a potentially traumatic event. Method: Parent-reported trauma-related acute stress symptoms were assessed using the Pediatric Emotional Distress Scale – Early Screener via
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