Paths From Trauma to Intrapersonal Strength: Worldview, Posttraumatic Growth, and Wisdom

@article{Webster2015PathsFT,
  title={Paths From Trauma to Intrapersonal Strength: Worldview, Posttraumatic Growth, and Wisdom},
  author={J. Webster and Xiaolei Deng},
  journal={Journal of Loss and Trauma},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={253 - 266}
}
Both posttraumatic growth and wisdom have been linked with traumatic life events as predictors and various mental health factors as outcomes. One hundred thirty males and 190 females wrote brief trauma narratives and completed measures of worldview, posttraumatic growth, wisdom, and indicators of intrapersonal strength. Correlational results indicated that posttraumatic growth and wisdom were positively associated. Using structural equation modeling, we examined pathways from stress to… Expand
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