ID 106151
Title Transcription
トラウマ タイケン ノ ウム ト ソノ コウゾウカ カイジ ガ シンシン キノウ ニ オヨボス エイキョウ
Title Alternative
Effects of the presence of trauma and the structured disclosure of trauma on physical and mental function
Author
Yoshida, Mayuko Medical corporation Youjyouen Seifu
Hasegawa, Chie Kameyama city hall Health and welfare division Child general center Child support section
Matsuda, Ikuo Minami town office
Kutara, Kie Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology Studies, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima in 2010
Sato, Kenji Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Keywords
trauma
structured disclosure
rumination
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
The purposes of this study were to compare health, cognitive functioning, and negative rumination between individuals who have experienced trauma and those who do not, and to examine the effect of structured disclosure of trauma on posttraumatic stress reactions (PTSR), health, and cognitive functioning. In Study Ⅰ, participants were 24 undergraduates at 9 or more scores of Impact of Event Scale(IES), which measures PTSR(the trauma group), and 15 undergraduates with no trauma (the no trauma group). Results showed that the trauma group was more unhealthy and ruminative than the no trauma group. In Study Ⅱ, participants in the trauma group were randomly assigned into three groups: the structured disclosure group(n=9), the free disclosure group(n=8), and the control group(n=7). Participants in the structured disclosure group were asked to write adaptive thought of the event. The free disclosure group wrote the deepest emotion and thought about the trauma freely. The control group wrote their plan after the experiment without emotion. Results showed that all the participants in the groups revealed significantly improvement in PTSR, mental health, and cognitive functioning from pre assessment to 1 month follow-up assessment. Results of this study were discussed in connection with previous studies.
Journal Title
徳島大学人間科学研究
ISSN
21873968
NCID
AA12675043
Volume
21
Start Page
61
End Page
80
Sort Key
61
Published Date
2013
EDB ID
FullText File
language
jpn
TextVersion
Publisher
departments
Integrated Arts and Sciences