• Corpus ID: 152248162

Institutional Betrayal in the Medical System: Development, Realiability, and Validity of a Self-Report Questionnaire

  title={Institutional Betrayal in the Medical System: Development, Realiability, and Validity of a Self-Report Questionnaire},
  author={Andreea Tamaian},


Betrayal Trauma: Relationship to Physical Health, Psychological Distress, and a Written Disclosure Intervention
  • J. Freyd, Bridget Klest, C. Allard
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of trauma & dissociation : the official journal of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation
  • 2005
Exposure to traumas with high betrayal was significantly correlated with number of physical illness, anxiety, dissociation, and depression symptoms and the role of increased structure in writing assignments as beneficial for those with severe histories of betrayal trauma is discussed.
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