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Posttraumatic Diagnostics Scale (PDS) by…

Posttraumatic Diagnostics Scale (PDS)

by Stephen McCarthy

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Posttraumatic Symptoms:
Post traumatic symptoms will be measured using the Hebrew translation of the Posttraumatic Diagnostics Scale (PDS) [15]. In this questionnaire the subjects are requested to describe a traumatic event they experienced and rate their subjective fear and helplessness levels on a scale of 1 (not at all) to 4 (very much). Subsequently, the subjects are asked to rate the frequency in which they suffered from each of the 17 post traumatic symptoms in the past month, on a scale from 0 (not at all, or once) to 3 (nearly all the time). The symptoms are divided into the three symptoms categories as defined by the DSM IV-TR: 5 symptoms relating to reexperiencing the event, 5 related to avoidance, and 7 to hyper arousal.
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