Interplay of demographic variables, birth experience, and initial reactions in the prediction of symptoms of posttraumatic stress one year after giving birth

@inproceedings{Knig2016InterplayOD,
  title={Interplay of demographic variables, birth experience, and initial reactions in the prediction of symptoms of posttraumatic stress one year after giving birth},
  author={Julia K{\"o}nig and Sabine Schmid and Eva L{\"o}ser and Olaf Neumann and Stefan Buchholz and Ralph Kaestner},
  booktitle={European journal of psychotraumatology},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND There has been increasing research on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following childbirth in the last two decades. The literature on predictors of who develops posttraumatic stress symptoms (PSS) suggests that both vulnerability and birth factors have an influence, but many studies measure predictors and outcomes simultaneously. OBJECTIVE In this context, we aimed to examine indirect and direct effects of predictors of PSS, which were measured longitudinally. METHOD We… CONTINUE READING
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