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Figure 2. From: Nepali Concepts of Psychological Trauma: The Role of Idioms of Distress, Ethnopsychology, and Ethnophysiology in Alleviating Suffering and Preventing Stigma.

Ethnopsychological model with idioms of distress for psychological trauma

Brandon A. Kohrt, et al. Cult Med Psychiatry. 2010 June;34(2):10.1007/s11013-010-9170-2.
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Figure 3. From: Nepali Concepts of Psychological Trauma: The Role of Idioms of Distress, Ethnopsychology, and Ethnophysiology in Alleviating Suffering and Preventing Stigma.

Treatment entry points for psychological trauma based on presenting idioms of distress.

Brandon A. Kohrt, et al. Cult Med Psychiatry. 2010 June;34(2):10.1007/s11013-010-9170-2.
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Figure 1. From: Nepali Concepts of Psychological Trauma: The Role of Idioms of Distress, Ethnopsychology, and Ethnophysiology in Alleviating Suffering and Preventing Stigma.

Correspondence analysis of trauma-related emotion terms with 95% confidence ellipses around each term (Dimensions 1 & 2).

Brandon A. Kohrt, et al. Cult Med Psychiatry. 2010 June;34(2):10.1007/s11013-010-9170-2.

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