Karen Kattar

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
This pilot study describes a prospective life-charting method for posttraumatic stress (PTS) symptoms. This method summarizes daily symptoms, functional impairment, life events, substance use, and treatment. Findings include experience with 17 cases over periods lasting from 3 to 25 months, with a description of 4 case examples that are characteristic of(More)
This study compared daily-versus-monthly self-ratings of post-traumatic symptoms using two similar but not wholly identical measures. The rationale was to determine whether (1) posttraumatic dissociation and/or minimization or (2) certain biases (more recent symptoms, more severe symptoms, practice effect, Hawthorne effect) might undermine symptom recall.(More)
  • 1