Early PTSD Symptom Trajectories: Persistence, Recovery, and Response to Treatment: Results from the Jerusalem Trauma Outreach and Prevention Study (J-TOPS)

@inproceedings{GalatzerLevy2013EarlyPS,
  title={Early PTSD Symptom Trajectories: Persistence, Recovery, and Response to Treatment: Results from the Jerusalem Trauma Outreach and Prevention Study (J-TOPS)},
  author={Isaac R Galatzer-Levy and Yael L E Ankri and Sara A. Freedman and Yossi Israeli-Shalev and Pablo Roitman and Moran Gilad and Arieh Y Shalev},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
CONTEXT Uncovering heterogeneities in the progression of early PTSD symptoms can improve our understanding of the disorder's pathogenesis and prophylaxis. OBJECTIVES To describe discrete symptom trajectories and examine their relevance for preventive interventions. DESIGN Latent Growth Mixture Modeling (LGMM) of data from a randomized controlled study of early treatment. LGMM identifies latent longitudinal trajectories by exploring discrete mixture distributions underlying observable data… CONTINUE READING

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