Family cohesion and posttraumatic intrusion and avoidance among war veterans: a 20-year longitudinal study
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 07/05/2012
Zerach G et al. – The findings suggest that psychological breakdown on the battlefield is a marker for future family cohesion difficulties. The results lend further support for the bi–directional mutual effects of posttraumatic symptoms and family cohesion over time.