The stressor criterion in PTSD: notes on the genealogy of a problematic construct.
- Published Article
American journal of psychotherapy
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2006
After a brief historical overview of the genealogy of the stressor criterion in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), a clinical example is drawn upon to indicate that there is evidence suggesting that low-magnitude stressors are also capable of producing PTSD symptoms. The diathesis-stress model and the kindling model are discussed as providing possible explanations for this.
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