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Journal of Traumatic Stress

Volume 17, Number 2, April 2004

Contents

Risk Factors for the Development Versus Maintenance of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Paula P. Schnurr, Carole A. Lunney, Anjana Sengupta

 International Publication Trends in the Traumatic Stress Literature
Michele Bedard, Jennifer L. Greif, Todd C. Buckley

Social Attitudes Toward Traumatized Men and Women: A Vignette Study
Michaela Mendelsohn, Kenneth W. Sewell

Trauma Exposure and Retention in Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment
Lisa H.Jaycox, Patricia Ebener, Leslie Damesek, Kirsten Becker

 Bringing Order Out of Chaos: A Culturally Competent Approach to Managing the Problems of Refugees and Victims of Organized Violence
Maurice Eisenbruch, T.V.M. Joop, and Willem van de Put de Jong

 Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Comorbid Depression in Earthquake Survivors in Turkey: An Epidemiological Study
Metin Basoglu, Cengiz Kilic, Ebru Salcioglu, Maria Livanou

Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Postwar Kosovo High School Students Using Mind-Body Skills Groups: A Pilot Study
James S. Gordon, Julie K. Staples, Afrim Blyta, Murat Bytyqi

Perceived Social Support and Secondary Traumatic Stress Symptoms in EmergencyResponders
Ofra Hyman

Predictors of Veterans’ Participation in Cognitive-Behavioral Group Treatment for PTSD
Catherine J. Kutter, Erika J. Wolf, Victoria M. McKeever

Twenty-Four-Hour Ambulatory Assessment of Heart Rate and Blood Pressure inChronic PTSD and Non-PTSD Veterans
Todd C. Buckley, Dana Holohan, Jennifer L. Greif, Michele Bedard, Michael Suvak

Revictimization and Interpersonal Resource Loss Predicts PTSD Among Women inSubstance Use Treatment.
Jeremiah A. Schumm, Stevan E. Hobfoll, Nancy Jones Keogh