Autobiographical memory for shame or guilt provoking events: association with psychological symptoms.

@article{Robinaugh2010AutobiographicalMF,
  title={Autobiographical memory for shame or guilt provoking events: association with psychological symptoms.},
  author={Donald J Robinaugh and Richard J. Mcnally},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 7},
  pages={646-52}
}
The diagnostic criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) specify that a qualifying traumatic stressor must incite extreme peritraumatic fear, horror, or helplessness. However, research suggests that events inciting guilt or shame may be associated with PTSD. We devised a web-based survey in which non-clinical participants identified an event associated with shame or guilt and completed questionnaire measures of shame, guilt, PTSD, and depression. In addition, we assessed characteristics… CONTINUE READING

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