Approche clinique comparative longitudinale de la résilience psychobiologique d’adultes confrontés à un risque de mort

Abstract : This thesis is based on a longitudinal survey of the evolution of resilience for adults who faced a risk of death. Resilience has been measured 4 times: two months after the trauma, after 9 months, 17 months and 24 months. Biological resilience is measured by monitoring salivary cortisol. Psychological resilience was assessed multifactorially using the Wagnild scale ; several clinical scales to ensure absence of anxiety (Spielberger’s STAY), depression (BDI 2), post-traumatic syndrome (Traumaq) and intrapsychic functioning (Rorschach). Analysis of the results for 30 subjects allows to develop a comparative clinical thinking on the parameters and processes involved in the construction of resilience or its failure, linking the neurobiological dimension with the psychological dimension
Mots-clés : Cortisol Trauma Rorschach
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Mélanie Laurent. Approche clinique comparative longitudinale de la résilience psychobiologique d’adultes confrontés à un risque de mort. Psychologie. Université de Lorraine, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LORR0325⟩. ⟨tel-02011723⟩

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