Making Sense of Traumatic Events: Investigating Individual Differences in Perceived Control

The study investigates individual differences in the way people make sense of traumatic events. Anyone over 18 years can participate. Participation involves responding to a range of personality measures and then reading a scenario which asks you to imagine being a victim of crime and then answering a series of questions about how you would feel in the aftermath

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