Arch Gen Psychiatry volume 52, issue 12, P1048 1995 DOI: 10.1001/archpsyc.1995.03950240066012
Ronald C. Kessler
Abstract:

Posttraumatic stress disorder is more prevalent than previously believed, and is often persistent. Progress in estimating age-at-onset distributions, cohort effects, and the conditional probabilities of PTSD from different types of trauma will require future epidemiologic studies to assess PTSD for all lifetime traumas rather than for only a small number of retrospectively reported "most serious" traumas.

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