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Confirmatory factor analyses of posttraumatic stress symptoms in deployed and nondeployed veterans of the Gulf War.
Confirmatory factor analysis was used to compare 6 models of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and the dysphoria factor combined traditional markers of numbing and hyperarousal provided the best fit.
Psychometric evaluation of the restructured clinical scales of the MMPI-2.
- L. Simms, Alex Casillas, L. Clark, D. Watson, B. Doebbeling
- PsychologyPsychological assessment
- 1 September 2005
The RC scales were as internally consistent as the clinical scales and correlated strongly with their original counterparts (except for RC3/Hysteria), but the 2 sets of scales cannot be used interchangeably.
Exploring the persistence of paper with the electronic health record
Prognostic factors for mortality following interhospital transfers to the medical intensive care unit of a tertiary referral center
Characteristics of patients transferred from outside hospitals to a tertiary medical intensive care unit and to identify patient-level and system-level prognostic factors influence both early and overall hospital mortality rates are described.
Incarceration and veterans of the first Gulf War.
- D. Black, C. Carney, P. Peloso, R. Woolson, E. Letuchy, B. Doebbeling
- Psychology, MedicineMilitary medicine
- 1 July 2005
Military recruits with a history of incarceration more often displayed problematic behaviors, more often developed psychiatric/medical conditions, and had high rates of health care utilization.
Multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome: symptom prevalence and risk factors in a military population.
- D. Black, B. Doebbeling, D. A. Schwartz
- Psychology, MedicineArchives of internal medicine
- 24 April 2000
Self-reported symptoms suggestive of MCS/IEI are relatively frequent in a military population and are more common among PGW veterans than comparable controls and after adjusting for age, sex, and training preparedness, previous professional psychiatric treatment and previous psychotropic medication use (before deployment) showed a robust association with symptoms suggesting MCS.
Posttraumatic stress disorder and self-reported physical health status among U.S. Military personnel serving during the Gulf War period: a population-based study.
The results of this study are consistent with studies of other combat veterans and provide further support for an association between PTSD and adverse physical health outcomes.
Health‐Related Consequences of Physical and Sexual Violence: Women in the Military
Life span and repeated violence against women during military service: effects on health status and outpatient utilization.
- A. Sadler, B. Booth, M. Mengeling, B. Doebbeling
- Medicine, Political ScienceJournal of women's health
- 27 September 2004
Repeated violence exposure is a relatively common experience among women in the military, and this has substantial implications for their health.
Factors associated with women's risk of rape in the military environment.
- A. Sadler, B. Booth, B. L. Cook, B. Doebbeling
- MedicineAmerican journal of industrial medicine
- 1 July 2003
Military environmental factors associated with rape occurring during military service, including sexual harassment allowed by officers, and work and living environments where unwanted sexual behaviors occurred were associated with increased odds of rape.