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Examining the Unique Role of Premilitary Religious Commitment in Posttraumatic Symptomatology Among Post-9/11 Veterans
Religion can influence recovery from the many stressors and traumas that may occur during war-zone service. On the one hand, religious faith might provide an array of resources for healthy coping and relational connections. However, military trauma can also affect veterans spiritually in ways that lead to conflict and struggles in this cultural domain. In this brief report, a sample of 225 war-zone veterans from the post-9/11 era who screened positive for spiritual struggle completeddoi:10.31234/osf.io/vytd7 fatcat:txe6pc7d2fddjkr7q6cg55qdbu