The Prospective Relationship of Interpersonal Forgiveness and Psychological Distress Symptoms Among College Women

@inproceedings{Orcutt2012ThePR,
  title={The Prospective Relationship of Interpersonal Forgiveness and Psychological Distress Symptoms Among College Women},
  author={Holly K. Orcutt},
  year={2012}
}
Forgiveness has frequently been theorized to be related to decreased psychological distress, and longitudinal survey research is important for the examination of this relationship. The prospective relation of forgiveness to psychological distress symptoms (i.e., depression, anxiety, and stress) at a later time point (an average of 36 weeks later) was examined in a sample of 182 female undergraduate students. Through use of structural equation modeling, it was observed that offense-specific (as… CONTINUE READING
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