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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 3690
Professor
Benjamin Gottlieb
Semester
Winter

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Article #: 21 Title: Distant Memories: A Prospective Study of Vantage Point of Trauma Memories - adopting an observer perspective to recall trauma memories may function as a form of avoidance that maintains PTSD - avoidance limits the processing of trauma memories and associated emotional reactions - despite avoidance, have frequent recollections of their trauma - why does this not result in the processing and resolution of memories - the observer vantage point contributes to PTSD reactions because it may limit emotional processing of trauma memories - participants were recent trauma survivors - were asked about memory vantage point in the initial assessment and after 12 months - question about vantage point: “do you see the event through your own eyes or do you see it from an observerʼs point of view?” - adopting an observer perspective when remembering a trauma in the initial weeks after i
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