re-experiencing


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a recurrence of a prior experience

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PSS-SR consisted of 17 items, the same as PDS-SR, but with a little difference being that physiological reactivity on exposure to cue symptoms was involved in the arousal subscale instead of the re-experiencing symptoms cluster The measure has been shown to be a valid and reliable instrument to assess PTSD in qualitatively different traumatic situations (24,25).
Avoidance of external or internal cues that can trigger re-experiencing of traumatic events is depicted as emotional avoidance in veterans with PTSD.
Connections between Lou's body and the environment also demonstrate the active re-experiencing of the past through memory to highlight contrasts between Lou's current experience of isolation and his past connections to others.
Following the series of preliminary regression models, the significant predictors of age, number of deployment blast exposures, TBI classification, current rating of distress to the identified worst combat-related trauma, CES-D total score, and PCL re-experiencing subscale score were entered hierarchically into the final predictor set.
An example of a PTSD trigger is anyone who has served in combat who may be walking down the street and hears a car backfire and reacts in a similar manner to when they were in a high-stress combat situation, re-experiencing the past as if it were happening right now.
Versacloz is in addition agreed to decrease the danger of recurrent suicidal behavior in people with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder who are at chronic risk for re-experiencing suicidal behaviour.
1)] Versacloz is also approved to reduce the risk of recurrent suicidal behavior in people with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder who are at chronic risk for re-experiencing suicidal behavior.
Prolonged exposure therapy is a form of behavior therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy, characterized by re-experiencing the traumatic event through remembering it and engaging with, rather than avoiding, reminders of the trauma (triggers).
it is in that constant re-experiencing of beginning and beginning-again whose force is .
Ronald Fox states that "management of defense acquisition has slowly improved, but not without painful periods of recreating and re-experiencing acquisition management problems of the past.
Your implication is that the muteness of the archaeological object mimics or echoes the remoteness of an earlier attachment experience; one might hope that it would be possible to 'persuade' the object to speak, to respond and offer up its secrets while re-experiencing in a more controlled way the original trauma of its remoteness and inaccessibility.
In independent Africa, we are already re-experiencing the instability and frustration which existed under colonial rule.
Re-experiencing symptoms: flashbacks reliving the trauma over and over with physical symptoms such as a racing heart or sweating, nightmares and frightening thoughts;
In other words, we can read Stephen's art as a sexually self-reflexive attempt at re-experiencing primary narcissism.
6) It is characterised by the presence of four sets of symptoms: dissociative features (numbing, derealisation, depersonalisation); persistent re-experiencing of the event; marked avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma; and symptoms of anxiety and hyperarousal.