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Research shows that people are less likely to have mental health problems after a disaster, if they feel that they have learned from it and grown as a person. This phenomenon that a traumatic experience can have positive consequences is called "posttraumatic growth." In the current study, we investigate whether inhabitants of countries can also experience post-traumatic growth after a large-scale traumatic experience, namely a terror attack. We examined data from the European Social Survey withdoi:10.4119/unibi/ijcv.645 fatcat:bzpsdkslpfbetg5fv5t7zowqzu