Moral reasoning in women with posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood abuse

Anthony Nazarov, Victoria Walaszczyk, Paul Frewen, Carolina Oremus, Ruth Lanius & Margaret C. McKinnon
Preliminary evidence suggests that relative to healthy controls, patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) show deficits on several inter-related social cognitive tasks, including theory of mind, and emotion comprehension. Systematic investigations examining other aspects of social cognition, including moral reasoning, have not been conducted in PTSD stemming from childhood trauma. To conduct a comprehensive assessment of moral reasoning performance in individuals with PTSD stemming from childhood abuse. Moral reasoning performance was assessed in 28 women...
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