Gender and PTSD / edited by Rachel Kimerling, Paige Ouimette, Jessica Wolfe.

Publisher's description: Current research and clinical observations suggest pronounced gender-based differences in the ways people respond to traumatic events. Most notably, women evidence twice the rate of PTSD as men following traumatic exposure. This important volume brings together leading...

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Other Authors: Kimerling, Rachel., Ouimette, Paige., Wolfe, Jessica, 1950-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Guilford Press, ©2002.
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505 0 0 |t Etiology.  |t The epidemiology of sex differences in PTSD across developmental, societal, and research contexts /  |r Fran H. Norris, Jennifer D. Foster, and Deborah L. Weisshaar.  |t Gender issues in the neurobiology of PTSD /  |r Ann M. Rasmusson and Matthew J. Friedman.  |t Gender and PTSD : a cognitive model /  |r David F. Tolin and Edna B. Foa.  |t The intersection of gender and betrayal in trauma /  |r Anne P. DePrince and Jennifer J. Freyd --  |t Assessment and diagnosis.  |t Differential diagnosis of PTSD in women /  |r Marylene Cloitre [and others].  |t Gender considerations in the psychometric assessment of PTSD /  |r Karen Cusack, Sherry Falsetti, and Michael de Arellano.  |t Gender and psychophysiology of PTSD /  |r Jessica M. Peirce [and others] --  |t Comorbidity.  |t Gender issues in PTSD with comorbid mental health disorders /  |r Susan M. Orsillo, Sheela Raja, and Charity Hammond.  |t Gender and the comorbidity of PTSD with substance use disorders /  |r Sherry H. Stewart, Paige Ouimette, and Pamela J. Brown.  |t PTSD and medical comorbidity /  |r Rachel Kimerling [and others] --  |t Treatment.  |t Gender and PTSD treatment : efficacy and effectiveness /  |r Dana Cason, Anouk Grubaugh, and Patricia Resick.  |t Gender and the psychopharmacological treatment of PTSD /  |r Kathleen T. Brady and Sudie E. Back.  |t Gender, trauma themes, and PTSD : narratives of male and female survivors /  |r Elizabeth D. Krause, Ruth R. DeRosa, and Susan Roth.  |t Gender issues in couple and family therapy following traumatic stress /  |r Christina A. Byrne and David S. Riggs --  |t Research and policy.  |t Gender differences in stress, trauma, and PTSD research : application of two quantitative methods /  |r Lynda A. King, Holly K. Orcutt, and Daniel W. King.  |t Mental health policy and women with PTSD /  |r Mary C. Blehar, Bruce Cuthbert, and Kathryn M. Magruder. 
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