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Development and initial validation of a statistical prediction instrument for assessing combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder.

Marx BP, Humphreys KL, Weathers FW, Martin EK, Sloan DM, Grove WM, Kaloupek DG, Keane TM
J Nerv Ment Dis. 2008 196 (8): 605-11

PMID: 18974672 · DOI:10.1097/NMD.0b013e318181326d

Statistical analyses were used to derive and validate a statistical prediction instrument to determine combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) status. Participants were 1081 Vietnam veterans with and without combat-related PTSD. The statistical prediction instrument, which consisted of 12 well-known risk and resilience variables associated with PTSD, proved to be an accurate and efficient means of detecting PTSD among participants and compared well against other existing self-report measures of PTSD. The instrument's practical applications and its use in clinical appraisals of PTSD are discussed.

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Adult Combat Disorders Guilt Humans Interview, Psychological Male Mass Screening Middle Aged MMPI Observer Variation Personality Assessment Personality Inventory Psychometrics Reproducibility of Results Surveys and Questionnaires Veterans Vietnam Conflict

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