Sociocultural approach to PTSD

IB Psychology: Sociocultural approach to PTSD

Vulnerability models argue that when risk factors out-number protective factors, an individual is more likely to develop PTSD. Protective factors are conditions or attributes (such as coping strategies) in individuals, families or the larger society that help people deal more effectively with stressful events.In order to avoid the development of PTSD, one of the most important protective factors appears to be social...

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