Perceptions of control and long-term recovery from rape

Title

Perceptions of control and long-term recovery from rape

Creator

Regehr C; Cadell S; Jansen K

Identifier

Publisher

The American Journal Of Orthopsychiatry

Date

1999

Subject

Female; Humans; Adult; Middle Aged; Self Efficacy; Ontario; Multivariate Analysis; Time Factors; Internal-External Control; Regression Analysis; adolescent; Non-U.S. Gov't; Research Support; Adaptation; Psychological; retrospective studies; Stress Disorders; Survivors/psychology; Rape/psychology; Disease Susceptibility; Depression/etiology/physiopathology; Post-Traumatic/etiology/physiopathology; Recovery of Function

Description

The relationship between perceptions of control and symptoms of both long-term depression and post-traumatic stress was examined. Enduring beliefs of personal competence and control were found to be associated with lower rates of depression and stress and to be stronger predictors of long-term recovery than were rape-specific attributions. Implications for clinical practice are discussed.
1999

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

110-115

Issue

1

Volume

69

Citation

Regehr C; Cadell S; Jansen K, “Perceptions of control and long-term recovery from rape,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed November 29, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/12160.

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