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A Retrospective Analysis To Explore The Applicability Of The Ehlers And Clark (2000) Cognitive Model To Explain PTSD In Children

  • Paul Stallard (a1)

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A retrospective analysis was undertaken to determine whether the Ehlers and Clark (2000) model of posttraumatic stress disorder explained PTSD in children involved in road traffic accidents. Children were assessed 6 weeks after their accident and items related to subjective trauma severity, sequelae appraisal, trauma memory, behavioural avoidance and cognitive strategies were examined. Ten of the 14 items, from four of the five areas, were significantly associated with the onset of PTSD. Data from the remaining area, trauma memory, approached statistical significance. These data provide preliminary support for the applicability of the Ehlers and Clark (2000) model to children.

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Reprint requests to Paul Stallard, Department of Child and Family Psychiatry, Royal United Hospital, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG, UK. E-mail: paul.stallard@awp.nhs.uk

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A Retrospective Analysis To Explore The Applicability Of The Ehlers And Clark (2000) Cognitive Model To Explain PTSD In Children

  • Paul Stallard (a1)

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A Retrospective Analysis To Explore The Applicability Of The Ehlers And Clark (2000) Cognitive Model To Explain PTSD In Children

  • Paul Stallard (a1)
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