A longitudinal analysis of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and their relationship with Fear and Anxious-Misery disorders: implications for DSM-V.

@article{Forbes2010ALA,
  title={A longitudinal analysis of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and their relationship with Fear and Anxious-Misery disorders: implications for DSM-V.},
  author={David Forbes and Ruth Adeline Parslow and Mark Christopher Creamer and Meaghan L O'donnell and Richard A. Bryant and Alexander C Mcfarlane and Derrick M. Silove and Arieh Y Shalev},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2010},
  volume={127 1-3},
  pages={147-52}
}
This paper examined the hypothesis that PTSD-unique symptom clusters of re-experiencing, active avoidance and hyperarousal were more related to the fear/phobic disorders, while shared PTSD symptoms of dysphoria were more closely related to Anxious-Misery disorders (MDD/GAD). Confirmatory factor and correlation analyses examining PTSD, anxiety and mood disorder data from 714 injury survivors interviewed 3, 12 and 24-months following their injury supported this hypothesis with these relationships… CONTINUE READING

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