|Poster Submissions |
|"As time went on, I just forgot about it": Thematic analysis of emergent and discontinuous recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse||Fletcher, Collin-Vezina, MacIntosh |
|Associations Between Adverse Childhood Experiences, Parentification, Psychological Symptoms and Mindfulness||Abramowitz, D'Andrea, Gardner-Schuster, Hytner |
|Case Studies of Traumatized Children Who Explore Hope While Participating in Therapy ||Erdem |
|Correlation of the Activity Experience Scale with the Dissociative Experiences Scale and the Cambridge Depersonalization Scale||Michaels, Miller, Panero, Penna |
|Dissociation and Cortisol Response to Recall of a Stressful Interpersonal Event in Non-clinical College Students ||Kim, Luine, Monde, Panero, Simeon |
|Family Environment and Dissociation among Childhood Abuse Survivors: A Contextual Approach||Gold, Gordon, Juanes, Michaels, Reuther |
|Four Family Members Coping with the Violent Loss of a Sibling: C contextual Perspective ||Painter, Faust, Gold, Juanes |
|Further Development of a Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity Measure Utilizing Rasch Modeling ||Black, Gold, Karns, Michaels, Phebus |
|Incomprehensible: An Autoethnographic Exploration of Child Molesters and Society's Response to Them ||Stevens |
|Oxytocin and Cortisol Levels of Depersonalization Disorder Patients in Response to the Trier Social Stress Test ||Monde |
|Parental Death Wish ó A Core Betrayal||Lutz |
|Pesadillas Padres: Cultural Defenses Against the Nightmare of Child Sexual Abuse Betrayal Trauma ||Kacos, Gold, Lezon, Taitz |
|Psychometric Evaluation and Clinical Symptom Profiles Among Complexly-Traumatized Children: Results from a National Clinician Survey ||D'Andrea, Fehertoi, Spinazzola, Van Cleave, Van der Kolk |
|Relationships among Cognitive and Emotional Processing, Psychological Symptoms and Physiology in Survivors of Interpersonal Violence ||D'Andrea, DePierro, Gardner-Schuster, Hytner, Minshew |
|The Relationship Between a Dysfunctional Family-of-Origin Environment and Adult Suicidality in Childhood Abuse Survivors ||Dycus, Gold, Juanes, Kacos, Michaels |
|The Relationship between Parental Abuse, Dissociation, and Sexual Compulsivity among Adult Survivors of Abuse ||Burk, Gordon, Juanes |
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