Change in posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms: do clinicians and patients agree?

  title={Change in posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms: do clinicians and patients agree?},
  author={Candice M. Monson and Jaimie L. Gradus and Yinong Young-Xu and Paula P. Schnurr and Jennifer L. Price and Jeremiah A. Schumm},
  journal={Psychological assessment},
  volume={20 2},
This study assessed the longitudinal association between clinician and patient ratings of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms over the course of 2 different randomized clinical trials of veterans with chronic PTSD. One trial, the Department of Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study 420 (CSP 420; N = 360) compared trauma-focused and present-centered group therapies, and the 2nd trial compared cognitive processing theory and a waitlist control condition (N = 60). Linear mixed effects… CONTINUE READING
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