Traumatization, Loneliness, and Suicidal Ideation among Former Prisoners of War: a Longitudinally Assessed Sequential Mediation Model

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The underlying mechanisms of suicidal ideation among former prisoners of war have rarely been investigated. The present study examined a hypothetical sequential model in which the interplay between war captivity and loneliness were examined within the context of PTSD and subsequent suicidal ideation.

Publication Date:

Frontiers in Psychiatry, 8 2017


Jacob Y. Stein, PhD

Recommended For:

Counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and social workers who work with veterans. It is appropriate for all levels of participants’ knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Discuss the relationship between war captivity and suicidality.

  2. Describe the association between perceived social isolation, suicidality, and PTSD among military members.

  3. Discuss the results and clinical implications of the present study.

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Course Number: 102351
Credit Hours: 1cr
Exam Fee: $6.97
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