Cognitive processes associated with sudden gains in cognitive therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder in routine care
Objective: Although most studies investigating sudden gains in treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) report a positive association of sudden gains and outcomes at the end of treatment, less is known about sudden gains in routine clinical care and about the processes involved in their occurrence. This study investigates changes in cognitive factors (negative appraisals, trauma memory characteristics) before, during, and after sudden gains in PTSD symptom severity. Method: Two sam...Expand abstract
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