Comparing shame in clinical and nonclinical populations: Preliminary findings.

@article{Dyer2017ComparingSI,
  title={Comparing shame in clinical and nonclinical populations: Preliminary findings.},
  author={Kevin F. W. Dyer and Martin J. Dorahy and Mary Corry and Rebecca S A Black and Laura Jean Matheson and Holly Coles and David Charles Curran and Lenaire Seager and W. E. Knowles Middleton},
  journal={Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy},
  year={2017},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={
          173-180
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To conduct a preliminary study comparing different trauma and clinical populations on types of shame coping style and levels of state shame and guilt. METHODS A mixed independent groups/correlational design was employed. Participants were recruited by convenience sampling of 3 clinical populations-complex trauma (n = 65), dissociative identity disorder (DID; n = 20), and general mental health (n = 41)-and a control group of healthy volunteers (n = 125). All participants were given… CONTINUE READING

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