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experience - the content of direct observation or participation in an event; "he had a religious experience"; "he recalled the experience vividly"
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The Impact of Event Scale, revised version (IES-R), a useful tool that assesses the subjective experience of 22 traumatic events in the past week, including intrusive thoughts, re-experiencing and avoidance reactions, each on a severity rating of 0 5.
In the study the authors also examined the covariance structure between four-factor PTSD, including re-experiencing, numbing, hyperactivity and avoidance and three-factor ADHD, including inattention, hyper-arousal and impulsivity and found that the measurement model yields excellent fitting.
Mindfulness can also be applied to deficits in cognition and the ability to inhibit irrelevant information, both of which explain re-experiencing symptoms.
Its symptoms include re-experiencing the event, hyper-arousal, and diminished responsiveness to or avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma.
they or their will die " But she said psychological therapy can help victims understand the re-experiencing as memories and teach them ways of managing the panic and distress
In addition, many of these clients also experience distress in one or more of the PTSD symptom clusters of hyperarousal, avoidance, and re-experiencing (van der Kolk et al.
Yet Lou's episodic re-experiencing of the past challenges the notion of the life review as the creation of a totalizing and coherent narrative that serenely captures and relays the past.
The symptoms of STS are nearly identical to those of PTSD and include all three symptom clusters of PTSD--intrusive re-experiencing of the primary survivor's traumatic event, persistent arousal, and the avoidance of reminders of the traumatic event.
Higher CES-D total score and higher scores on the PCL re-experiencing symptom cluster were associated with pain severity in model 4 (F(4, 196) = 18.
We are re-experiencing that emotion, the event, or recalling its related message.
And what is the cost of re-experiencing youth, beauty, and energy, especially when all those gifts were carelessly spent in the first place?
In addition to such exposure, the child/adolescent must have at least one re-experiencing symptom such as recurrent intrusive and distressing recollections or dreams about the event, or intense psychological or physiological reactions to reminders of the event; at least three symptoms of persistent avoidance of trauma-related stimuli or affective numbing; and at least two hyper-arousal symptoms.