Females are at higher risk than males for developing posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms ptss following exposure to trauma which may stem from gender differences in initial physiological and psychological responses to trauma. A number of epidemiologic survey studies have shown that posttraumatic stress disorder ptsd is twice as common in women as in men in addition there are gender differences in the type of trauma exposure presentation of illness and comorbidities. A well researched comprehensive novel look at the intricacies of gender issues in the context of the etiology assessment diagnosis and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder ptsdthis book is a must read for the clinician who does psychotherapy an important read for the graduate student learning about how to work with . The term male gender role stress refers to the experience of emotional distress as a result of violating or not adhering to traditional masculine gender role norms traditional masculine gender roles play a part in the severity of post traumatic stress disorder ptsd in some men. Gender and psychophysiology of ptsd jessica m peirce and others comorbidity gender issues in ptsd with comorbid mental health disorders susan m orsillo sheela raja and charity hammond gender and the comorbidity of ptsd with substance use disorders sherry h stewart paige ouimette and pamela j brown
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