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Morally injurious symptomatology: A qualitative examination of the NVVRS
by Kraus, Douglas Stewart, Psy.D.  Pepperdine University. 2013: 79 pages; 3557820.
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Moral Injury Themes in Latino Combat Veterans: A Qualitative Investigation
by Garcia, Antonio F., Ph.D.  The University of Texas at San Antonio. 2018: 124 pages; 10841075.
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The Soul Wounds of Women Warriors: An Existential Phenomenological Examination of Moral Injury in Female Veterans
by Pike, Danielle M., Psy.D.  The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 2019: 68 pages; 10974157.
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PTSD symptoms and occupational termination in the U.S. Army
by Bateman, David John, Ph.D.  Tulane University. 2012: 126 pages; 3554135.
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Veteran narratives and the collective memory of the Vietnam War
by Wood, John A., Ph.D.  Temple University. 2011: 225 pages; 3477799.
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Strength in resilience: A counseling program for veterans with PTSD and co-morbid conditions: A grant proposal
by Stewart, Ashley Nichole, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 72 pages; 1586169.
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The relationship between military training, combat exposure, PTSS and functioning in post-9/11 veterans
by Nagy, Jeffrey Howard, Ph.D.  Trident University International. 2016: 147 pages; 10239371.
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Recognizing the Link between Substance Use and PTSD in Veterans: Development of a Psychoeducational Group Intervention
by Atallah, Bridgette Colwell, Psy.D.  Alliant International University, San Francisco Bay. 2012: 165 pages; 3529290.
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Dimensionality, reliability and validity of a measure of combat experience
by Guyker, Wendy M., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2010: 50 pages; 3423567.
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Operation Uniting Families: Family treatment program a grant
by Alonzo, Cynthia E., M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 69 pages; 1486286.
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Morally Injurious Experiences, Meaning, and Spiritual Functioning in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
by Malott, Jesse D., Psy.D.  Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology. 2015: 66 pages; 3702557.
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Combat veterans: Resiliency in postsecondary education attainment
by Scott, John F., II, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 90 pages; 1517787.
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What are veterans' perceptions of the social factors affecting their psychological well-being after serving in Iraq
by Marinelli, Shannon, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 88 pages; 1481625.
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Moral Injury and PTSD: Toward an Integrated Model of Complex, Combat-Related Trauma
by Orris, Glenn William, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2018: 236 pages; 10841233.
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A comparison of life threat and betrayal as risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder
by Kelley, Lance Patrick, Ph.D.  Auburn University. 2009: 101 pages; 3386168.
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Using therapeutic writing to deconstruct recovery from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
by Phillips, Pamela, Ph.D.  University of South Carolina. 2012: 278 pages; 3523132.
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Exploring themes of moral injury and resilience among women in a transitional living center
by Otte, Kristen A., Psy.D.  Pepperdine University. 2015: 163 pages; 3716177.
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