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Volume 22, Number 3, 3 April 2017

Alexithymia Predicts Posttraumatic Growth and Distress After Trauma
pp. 171-182(12)
Authors: Orejuela-Dávila, Ana I.; Cann, Arnie; Tedeschi, Richard G.

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Potential Moderators of Racial Differences in Responses to Traumatic Events
pp. 183-195(13)
Authors: Despeaux, Katie E.; Jahn, Danielle R.

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Making Meaning of the September 11 Attacks: Spanish- and Mandarin-Speaking Focus Groups
pp. 213-227(15)
Authors: Johnson, Anne E.; North, Carol S.; Pollio, David E.

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The Relationship Between Vicarious Posttraumatic Growth and Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Health Professionals
pp. 256-270(15)
Authors: Manning-Jones, Shekinah; de Terte, Ian; Stephens, Christine

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