Identifying Subtypes of PTSD

      The purpose is to identify subtypes of PTSD for males post military service from clinical assessments only. We investigate whether biological and risk factors can distinguish those without PTSD from each of the identified subtypes. Predictive biological features would give substantial evidence of the validity of the subtypes and help elucidate the role of these features in the treatment and biology of PTSD. Viewing PTSD as heterogeneous by searching for subtypes might help elucidate the biology of resilience.
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