Emotion regulation difficulties as a prospective predictor of posttraumatic stress symptoms following a mass shooting.

@article{Bardeen2013EmotionRD,
  title={Emotion regulation difficulties as a prospective predictor of posttraumatic stress symptoms following a mass shooting.},
  author={Joseph R Bardeen and Mandy J. Kumpula and Holly K Orcutt},
  journal={Journal of anxiety disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={
          188-96
        }
}
A strong positive association between emotion regulation difficulties (ERD) and posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) has been consistently evidenced in cross-sectional research. However, a lack of prospective research has limited hypotheses regarding the temporal relationship between trauma exposure, ERD, and PTSS. The present prospective study investigated the role of pre-trauma difficulties with emotion regulation in the development of PTSS following exposure to a potentially traumatic event… CONTINUE READING
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