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辛玖岭; 祝卓宏; 王力; 张雨青; 徐莎莎; 王文忠
Source Publication中国临床心理学杂志
Other AbstractObjective: To understand the prevalence of PTSD of adolescents in Mianzhu, Sichuan and to explore the factors associated with PTSD. Methods: 587 high-school students, aged 17.28 on average, were randomly sampled three months after the earthquake happened. The instrument used to investigate the prevalence of PTSD of adolescents in Mianzhu, Sichuan was the Los Angeles Symptom Checklist. Results: The prevalence of PTSD of adolescents in Mianzhu, Sichuan was 4.3%. There was a great gender difference of PTSD. According to stepwise regression, gender, severity of trauma exposure (experiencing seeing others’ corpse and death) and feeling severity of fear could significantly explain 13.8% of PTSD. Conclusion: Adolescents in Mianzhu of Sichuan, female or those experienced others’ corpse, death or having fear emotion, need specific intervention.
Keyword绵竹 地震 青少年 创伤后应激障碍 创伤暴露
Subject Area创伤心理学
Indexed ByCSCD
Funding Project一室王文忠课题组
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Corresponding Author王文忠
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辛玖岭,祝卓宏,王力,等. 汶川地震重灾区青少年创伤后应激障碍及其相关因素[J]. 中国临床心理学杂志,2010,18(1):63-65.
APA 辛玖岭,祝卓宏,王力,张雨青,徐莎莎,&王文忠.(2010).汶川地震重灾区青少年创伤后应激障碍及其相关因素.中国临床心理学杂志,18(1),63-65.
MLA 辛玖岭,et al."汶川地震重灾区青少年创伤后应激障碍及其相关因素".中国临床心理学杂志 18.1(2010):63-65.
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