Hispanic ethnicity and Caucasian race: Relations with posttraumatic stress disorder's factor structure in clinic-referred youth.

@article{Contractor2015HispanicEA,
  title={Hispanic ethnicity and Caucasian race: Relations with posttraumatic stress disorder's factor structure in clinic-referred youth.},
  author={Ateka A. Contractor and Meredith A. Claycomb and Brianna M Byllesby and Christopher M Layne and Julie B Kaplow and Alan M. Steinberg and Jon D. Elhai},
  journal={Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={456-64}
}
The severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms is linked to race and ethnicity, albeit with contradictory findings (reviewed in Alcántara, Casement, & Lewis-Fernández, 2013; Pole, Gone, & Kulkarni, 2008). We systematically examined Caucasian (n = 3,767) versus non-Caucasian race (n = 2,824) and Hispanic (n = 2,395) versus non-Hispanic ethnicity (n = 3,853) as candidate moderators of PTSD's 5-factor model structural parameters (Elhai et al., 2013). The sample was drawn from the… CONTINUE READING

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