ISSN 0439-755X
CN 11-1911/B

心理学报 ›› 2017, Vol. 49 ›› Issue (11): 1428-1438.doi: 10.3724/SP.J.1041.2017.01428

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 周 宵1, 2;  伍新春1;  王文超1;  田雨馨1   

  1.  (1北京师范大学心理学部, 应用实验心理北京市重点实验室, 北京 100875) (2以色列特拉维夫大学社会工作学院; I-CORE重大创伤研究中心, 特拉维夫 69978, 以色列)
  • 收稿日期:2016-12-27 发布日期:2017-09-25 出版日期:2017-11-26
  • 通讯作者: 伍新春, E-mail: E-mail: E-mail:
  • 基金资助:

 Longitudinal linkages between social support, posttraumatic stress disorder, and posttraumatic growth among primary school students after the Ya’ an earthquake

 ZHOU Xiao1,2; WU Xinchun1; WANG Wenchao1; TIAN Yuxin1   

  1.  (1 Beijing Key Laboratory of Applied Experimental Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China) (2 I-Core Research Center for Mass Trauma; School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel)
  • Received:2016-12-27 Online:2017-09-25 Published:2017-11-26
  • Contact: WU Xinchun, E-mail: E-mail: E-mail:
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摘要:  本文采用追踪研究的设计, 在雅安地震后的6、12和18个月三个时间点, 采用社会支持问卷、儿童创伤后应激障碍症状量表、DSM-5的PTSD核查表和创伤后成长问卷对303名小学生进行调查。通过建立交叉滞后模型, 考察社会支持、创伤后应激障碍(PTSD)与创伤后成长(PTG)三者之间的关系, 结果发现在震后6至18个月之间, PTG对PTSD没有显著的预测作用, 震后6个月的PTSD对震后12个月的PTG具有显著的跨时间点的正向预测作用, 但是该作用在震后12至18个月之间不再显著; 震后6至12个月之间, 社会支持对PTSD发挥单向的缓解作用, 但与PTG之间不存在显著的预测作用; 在12至18个月之间, PTSD可以单向地降低社会支持, 且社会支持与PTG之间也存在显著的正向相互预测作用。

关键词: 社会支持, PTSD, PTG, 追踪研究

Abstract:  It has been repeatedly documented that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common negative outcome in trauma-related research. Nevertheless, traumatized individuals also reported positive psychological changes in various aspects of life such as personal strength, relationship, and appreciation of life, that were collectively defined as posttraumatic growth (PTG). PTG has been described in many studies as evident in survivor reports following a wide range of traumatic events. Importantly, PTSD and PTG may co-exist in trauma survivors, leading to a heated discussion on the relation between PTSD and PTG. Nevertheless, the relation between PTSD and PTG still remains mixed. For example, some studies found a positive relation between them, indicating that individuals who had high PTSD reported increased PTG. In contrary, some found a negative relation, suggesting that PTG and PTSD could be conceptualized as the two ends of the same continuum. Some even failed to find a significant relation between them, arguing that PTSD and PTG were two independent constructs. The inconsistent findings inhibited our understanding in the relation between the two constructs, thus it is necessary to examine simultaneously the predictive factors of PTSD and PTG to elucidate their relation. Wherein, social support is considered as one of the most important predictors of posttraumatic reactions. Several theories were proposed to explain the role of social support in posttraumatic outcomes, and studies indicated that social support was a protector for PTSD while a facilitator for PTG. Nevertheless, few research has examined the linkages between social support, PTSD, and PTG from a longitudinal perspective. In order to advance the gaps and to assess the longitudinal relation between social support, PTSD, and PTG, we selected 303 children to fill out a social support questionnaire, a children posttraumatic stress scale, and a posttraumatic growth inventory at 6 months (T1), 12 months (T2), and 18 months (T3) after the Ya’an earthquake, respectively. Firstly, a cross-lagged model between PTSD and PTG was built, and the results indicated that PTG had no significant effect on PTSD from T1 to T3, but PTSD at T1 had a significant positive effect on PTG at T2. However, the effect of PTSD at T2 on PTG at T3 was non-significant. Then, we inserted social support into the above cross-lagged model, and found no change in the relation between PTSD and PTG. Additionally, social support at T1 had a direct and negative effect on PTSD at T2 but not vice-versa, and there were not any significant mutual effects between social support and PTG from T1 to T2. Moreover, PTSD at T2 had a significant negative effect on social support at T3 but not vice-versa, and there were significant positive and mutual effects between social support and PTG from T2 to T3.

Key words:  social support, PTSD, PTG, longitudinal study