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Alternative TitleRelationship between type D personality and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in survivors after the Zhouqu debris flow disaster
刘晶; 吴黄丹如; 祝卓宏; 王文忠
Source Publication中华行为医学与脑科学杂志


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Objective To investigate the relationship between type D personality and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in survivors after the Zhouqu debris flow disaster. Methods In tatal,213 residents randomly sampled from the Zhouqu debris flow area were assessed one year after disaster. Questionnaires included the post- traumatic stress disorder check list-specific version (PCL-S) and type D personality scale (DS14). Results The prevalence of Type D in the post-disaster sample was 51.17% accessed by the DS14,compared with 31.1% prevalence in chinese college students. PTSD symptoms in survivors with type D were significantly severer than those without type D. Initial traumatic feeling, economic loss and negative affectivity were significant predictors of PTSD symptoms in survivors with type D. Conclusion Type D personality is positivel correlated with PTSD and may be a vulnerability factor for PTSD symptoms.

KeywordD型人格 创伤后应激障碍 消极情感 社会抑制
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刘晶,吴黄丹如,祝卓宏,等. D型人格与舟曲泥石流幸存者创伤后应激障碍的关系[J]. 中华行为医学与脑科学杂志,2012,21(12):共3页.
APA 刘晶,吴黄丹如,祝卓宏,&王文忠.(2012).D型人格与舟曲泥石流幸存者创伤后应激障碍的关系.中华行为医学与脑科学杂志,21(12),共3页.
MLA 刘晶,et al."D型人格与舟曲泥石流幸存者创伤后应激障碍的关系".中华行为医学与脑科学杂志 21.12(2012):共3页.
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