Edward E Waldrep

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OBJECTIVE The psychometric properties of a Trauma Coping Self-Efficacy (CSE-T) scale that assesses general trauma-related coping self-efficacy perceptions were assessed. METHOD Measurement equivalence was assessed using several different samples: hospitalized trauma patients (n₁ = 74, n₂ = 69, n₃ = 60), 3 samples of disaster survivors (n₁ = 273, n₂ = 227,(More)
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