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Conceptualization of post-traumatic stress disorder : differences by trauma type and gender
(Northern Illinois University, 2000)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder has carried various implications for clinicians, particularly in the areas of gender and trauma type. Extensive literature review provides indication that individual research is fairly restricted ...
Childhood abuse, assertiveness, and date rape : uncovering precursors to future victimization
(Northern Illinois University, 1988)
One-hundred-seventy-one undergraduate females completed three questionnaires concerning childhood abuse, assertiveness, and date rape in an attempt to uncover precursors to recidivism of abuse. As predicted, significant ...
Assessing Hormones in Response to Trauma
(Northern Illinois University, 2011)
Hormones produced in the body may be important in ameliorating the effects of traumatic stress. Previous research bas shown that the concentration of several hormones, such as cortisol, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and ...
Gender Similarities and Differences in Military Sexual Trauma
(Northern Illinois University, 2018-12-03)
While treatment and knowledge of military sexual trauma has improved, there are still issues in understanding MST and how well victims adjust. There are various consequences that affect MST survivor’s lives, including ...