Category: Longitudinal Modeling

Making eye movements during imaginal exposure leads to short-lived memory effects compared to imaginal exposure alone

At intervention start, making EM during imaginal exposure prevents memory inflation. Imaginal exposure with or without EM causes immediate and 24 h memory deflation. Imaginal exposure + EM leads to short-lived effects compared to imaginal exposure. Change patterns were hardly explained by predictive variables.

Bayesian PTSD-Trajectory Analysis with Informed Priors

we illustrate how to obtain background information using previous literature in the field of PTSD based on a systematic literature search and by using expert knowledge. Finally, we show how to translate this knowledge into prior distributions and we illustrate how to run a Bayesian LGMM.