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After the crash : psychological assessment and treatment of survivors of motor vehicle accidents

Author: Edward B Blanchard; Edward J Hickling
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Discusses the psychological assessment and treatment of survivors of motor vehicle accidents (MVAs). MVAs have ben found to be the single leading cause of posttraumatic stress disorders in the general population. They are the most frequent, directly experienced trauma for men and the second most frequent trauma for women. This book provides information on new international research, with illustrations, case studies,  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2003052466
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward B Blanchard; Edward J Hickling
OCLC Number: 123568129
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 475 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction to the second edition --
Prologue : the case of Mary J. --
I. Quantifying the problem. Overview of the volume --
The magnitude of the problem --
What proportion of MVA survivors develop PTSD? --
II. Psychological effects of MVAs. Albany MVA Project --
What are the psychosocial effects of MVAs on survivors? --
Determining who develops PTSD from MVAs --
What is the short-term natural history of MVA-related PTSD and what predicts remission? --
Delayed-onset PTSD --
The role of physical injury in the development and maintenance of PTSD among MVA survivors --
The role of litigation in the remission of MVA-related PTSD --
Acute stress disorder among MVA survivors --
Psychophysiological assessment with MVA survivors --
Can you detect malingered MVA-related PTSD? : the Albany MVA Project's answer --
III. Treatment for survivors. The treatment of MVA-related PTSD : a review of the early literature --
The treatment of MVA-related PTSD : a review of the recent controlled literature --
The early, uncontrolled Albany studies of the treatment of MVA survivors --
The Albany Treatment Study : a randomized, controlled comparison of cognitive-behavioral therapy and SUPPORT in the treatment of chronic PTSD secondary to MVAs --
The treatment manual : an in-depth look at the Albany MVA Project's cognitive-behavioral therapy --
Supportive psychotherapy manual --
Closing remarks --
Appendix A: MVA interview --
Appendix B: Longitudinal course scoring form --
Appendix C: Transcript of the home practice relaxation tape --
Appendix D: Therapy activity checklist.
Other Titles: PsycBOOKS
Responsibility: Edward B. Blanchard and Edward J. Hickling.
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Discusses the psychological assessment and treatment of survivors of motor vehicle accidents (MVAs). MVAs have ben found to be the single leading cause of posttraumatic stress disorders in the general population. They are the most frequent, directly experienced trauma for men and the second most frequent trauma for women. This book provides information on new international research, with illustrations, case studies, charts, and clinical advice. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).

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