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DATABASES: MEDICAL HEALTH BIOSCIENCES BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY : PSYCHOLOGY DISORDERS POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) : BIBLIOGRAPHIES : PILOTS Database (Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress)

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DATABASES: MEDICAL HEALTH BIOSCIENCES BIOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY :

PSYCHOLOGY DISORDERS POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) :

BIBLIOGRAPHIES :

PILOTS Database (Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress)

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PILOTS Database (Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress)

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/pilots-db.asp

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An Electronic Index to the Traumatic Stress Literature

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PILOTS stands for: Published International Literature on Traumatic 
Stress). This database is an electronic index to the worldwide literature 
on PTSD and other mental health consequences of exposure to traumatic 
events. Unlike other databases, PILOTS does not restrict its coverage to 
articles appearing in selected journals. It attempts to include all 
publications relevant to PTSD and other forms of traumatic stress, 
whatever their origin without disciplinary, linguistic, or geographic 
limitations.

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PILOTS is produced by the National Center for PTSD, and is electronically 
available to the public. There is no charge for using the database, and no 
account or password is required. Although it is sponsored by the U.S. 
Department of Veterans Affairs, the PILOTS database is not limited to 
literature on PTSD among Veterans.

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Search PILOTS*

The bibliographic interface allows a person to get regular updates on new 
articles that meet specific search criteria. See database interface for 
details.

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Each record in PILOTS is a representation of a document, containing:

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a bibliographic citation, giving the information (author, title, and 
source) needed to locate the document

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a description of the article's content, information which basic computer 
search techniques can use in selecting documents of possible interest

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a brief summary, to help in determining whether it contains information 
relevant to a particular enquiry.

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The PILOTS database is intended to enable users to identify those 
publications that contain the information they need. PILOTS citations are 
not intended to substitute for the documents they represent; in no case 
should the information contained in a PILOTS citation be used as the basis 
for a clinical decision. As with any bibliographical compilation, it is 
the responsibility of the compilers to provide accurate bibliographical 
information. It is always the responsibility of the user to determine 
whether the information he or she finds is applicable to the situation at 
hand, and to use the best professional judgment in its application.

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For Further Help or Information call us at

(802) 296-5132

during business hours (weekdays 08.00-16.30 Eastern time),

or Email

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SEARCH PILOTS

http://csaweb110v.csa.com/ids70/quick_search.php?SID=
pq4qnkd10111f6kmiouvl6grn2

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A shorter URL for the above link:

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http://tinyurl.com/6bdasnk

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PILOTS Quick Search Tips

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/
pilots-database/pilots-quick-search.asp

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A shorter URL for the above link:

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http://tinyurl.com/3doul5f

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When you search the PILOTS database, CSA Illumina treats words you enter 
as an exact phrase unless you place the words "and" or "or" between them:

AND - Narrow search and retrieve records that have all of the words it 
separates
OR - Broaden search and retrieve records that have any of the words it 
separates
If you are searching for a particular author, use the format:

Lastname, Firstname

or alternatively:

Lastname, AB or Lastname, A B or Lastname, Firstname B

CSA also offers the following search guides:

A Quick Reference Card* (PDF)
An online audio Quick Search Tutorial
Other things to consider:

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What information are you looking for? Consider stating this in writing in 
two or three sentences before you search to help narrow things down.
Identify general concepts about the information that you're looking for, 
and ask how they might relate to the search terms that you might use.
After you've located a couple of relevant articles, consider using the 
descriptors attached to the record to locate similar records.
If your search terms are not locating what you are searching for, consider 
using the

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PILOTS thesaurus to come up with indexed terms to try.
Are you interested in a specific author's work? If so, then that might be 
a good place to start. You might use articles by this author to discover 
other relevant documents to satisfy your research needs.

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How to Obtain Listed Articles

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/listed-articles.asp

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Many PILOTS users ask how they can obtain copies of journal articles, book 
chapters, and other materials that they have located using the database. 
These suggestions should help you to obtain what you need.

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The PILOTS record itself links to full text articles when available.

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Library Subscriptions may be able to provide users to direct access. Ask 
your librarian.

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Regional medical and hospital libraries may be able to provide articles. 
Ask your librarian.

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Information Brokers and Document Delivery Services specialize in providing 
rapid copies of publications, usually for a small fee.

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Publisher: An increasing number of publishers are offering individuals 
electronic access to their books and journals, either by subscription or 
on a pay-as-you-go basis.

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Modify Your Search

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/modifying-search.asp

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If your search does not turn up the results you want, here are some 
suggestions:

Too Many Citations

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Examine at least a few of the results to see whether you defined your 
topic too broadly, or used too broad a search strategy.

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If almost all of them are indeed relevant, ask yourself how you can 
redefine your objective. (Perhaps you should choose a narrower topic: for 
example, natural disasters rather than stressors in general.)

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If many of the citations are irrelevant, you need to refine your search 
strategy. Look at some of the irrelevant citations, and see what they have 
in common. Does the same descriptor appear in all of them? If you repeated 
your search without using that descriptor, would you be eliminating 
valuable citations as well as irrelevant ones? If not, you've found one 
way of bringing your search results down to a more manageable size. (Other 
methods might include restricting your search by language, or by date, or 
by format.)

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Too Few Citations

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What if your search has retrieved fewer citations than you think it should 
have?

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Perhaps there really are very few papers in your area. (Or at least very 
few that have found their way into PILOTS.)

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Or perhaps your search strategy was too narrow. Again, look at your 
results. Find a citation that is directly relevant, and see what 
descriptors were applied to it. Perhaps you might want to add one or more 
of them to your search strategy.
And don't forget to double check to be sure that you weren't done in by a 
simple typing error.

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No Relevant Citations

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And what if you could find no relevant citations? Is there a paper that 
you know to be relevant? Then search for that paper (by author and title), 
retrieve the citation, and see how it was indexed in PILOTS. That might 
suggest one or more descriptors to use in searching.

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It often happens that a search of PILOTS (or any other database) doesn't 
produce the results that you expect. Database searching works best as an 
iterative process. Don't expect to get definitive results with your first 
try; plan on doing an exploratory search, and then modify your search 
strategy according to the results you get.

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Don't be discouraged if your first search strategy doesn't work perfectly. 
Experts at database searching often have to modify their search 
techniques, especially when working with a database that is new to them. 
And don't be surprised if you come across a citation whose indexing seems 
strange to you. This is a complex literature, and the indexer is, after 
all, perforce a generalist. You may well know more about the topic than 
the indexer does. (If you find a paper that you believe has been 
incorrectly indexed, please let us know. We don't mind correcting our 
mistakes.)

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PILOTS User's Guide

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/pilots-db-users-guide.asp

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comprehensive PILOTS Database User's Guide (4th edition) was published in 
May 2007. It contains Instructions on Searching the PILOTS Database and a 
detailed presentation of the PILOTS Thesaurus, the controlled vocabulary 
that we use to index the traumatic stress literature. It also contains 
instructions on using the CSA Illumina system on which the PILOTS database 
resides.

Download the PILOTS User's Guide (PDF - 2.48MB).

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/
pilots-pdf/Users_Guide80912.pdf

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A shorter URL for the above link:

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http://tinyurl.com/442qdyt
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Download the PILOTS Thesaurus (PDF - 342k).

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/pilots-pdf/Thesaurus.pdf

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Download the CSA Quick Reference Card (PDF - 972k).

http://www.csa.com/support/QRC.pdf

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Database Purpose and Scope

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/purpose-and-scope.asp

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The goal of the PILOTS database is to include citations to all literature 
on PTSD and other mental health sequelae of traumatic events, without 
disciplinary, linguistic, or geographical limitations, and to offer both 
current and retrospective coverage.

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At the end of fiscal year 2006 there were over 30,000 references in the 
database. The database is updated bimonthly, and links to full text 
articles are included for over 38% of citations, including all National 
Center authored articles. PILOTS is a bibliographical database. That is, 
it is essentially a list of publications, rather than a collection of 
texts.

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Addition of Publications to the Database

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We encourage you to send copies of your publications to us so that we 
might index them in the PILOTS database. While we are unable to include 
unpublished conference presentations or to index published articles from 
manuscript copy, we are eager to obtain publications from obscure as well 
as well-known journals, books, book chapters, pamphlets, technical 
reports, and materials in all languages.

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Using PILOTS for Assessment Information

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/pilots-assessment.asp

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PILOTS provides a bibliographic citation and each record includes an 
"Instruments" field listing the psychological and medical assessment 
instruments used in the research or clinical work reported in the 
document.

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This feature enables PILOTS database users to:

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determine which instruments were used in the work described in a 
particular paper;
determine which published papers have used a particular instrument;

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locate papers whose focus is the description, validation, or use of a 
particular instrument.

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To make searching for specific assessment instruments possible, we have 
established a standard form of the name of each instrument that has been 
used in papers indexed in the PILOTS Database. These standardized names 
are assembled in the PILOTS

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Database Instruments Authority List.

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Finding references on a topic connected with assessment instruments

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To find papers on a topic connected with assessment instruments, set the 
pull-down menu to read "Descriptors" and type in the adjacent box one of 
the following:

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Assessment Instruments

Acute Stess Disorder Assessment Instruments

Dissociation Assessment Instruments

Interview Schedules

Projective Techniques

PTSD Assessment Instruments

Self Report Instruments

Trauma Assessment Instruments

Finding references that discuss the details of a specific instrument

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To find papers that discuss details of using of a specific instrument (as 
opposed to those in which the instrument is merely noted as having been 
used), combine these two techniques using both pull-down menus. For 
example, to look for papers that discuss the use of the Mississippi Scale 
for Combat-Related PTSD, type

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Mississippi Scale in the "Instruments" box and PTSD Assessment Instruments 
in the "Descriptors" box.

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PILOTS Database Instruments Authority List

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pilots-database/pilots-instruments.asp

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To make searching for specific assessment instruments possible, we have 
established a standard form of the name of each measure. This form 
represents, to the best of our knowledge, the official name of the 
instrument as given by its author or publisher. We attempt to use that 
form consistently, regardless of the form of name used by the author of a 
particular paper. These standardized names are assembled in the PILOTS 
Database Instruments Authority List (PDF-3.78MB). This list includes all 
projective tests, self-report questionnaires, structured interviews, and 
other instruments that have been used in papers indexed in the PILOTS 
Database. Each entry includes:

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the name of the instrument;

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the surnames of its creators (this information is intended primarily to 
indicate which instrument is meant - there are several with similar names 
- and should not be taken as a definitive ascription of authorship);

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a bibliographic reference to one or more publications cited as the source 
of information on the instrument by those reporting use of it;

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a bracketed reference to the 5-digit PILOTS ID number of the document 
referenced or of the document citing it.

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In addition, many entries also include a brief description of the nature 
of the instrument or its relationship to other instruments. There are also 
many cross-references, linking alternate names for instruments with the 
form used in the PILOTS database.

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(It should be understood that the Authority List does not purport to be a 
complete bibliography of psychological and medical assessment instruments 
used in traumatic stress work. We have not attempted to maintain the 
standards of accuracy and completeness that we hope characterize the 
PILOTS database itself. The bibliographic citations in the Authority List 
are taken without revision from a wide range of publications in the 
traumatic stress literature, and several years of experience has shown us 
that many writers give deplorably incomplete information about the 
instruments they use in their work. The PILOTS Database Instruments 
Authority List represents our best efforts at bringing consistency to a 
chaotic bibliographical environment without diverting our attention 
substantially from our primary mission: the indexing of the worldwide 
traumatic stress literature.)

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We would encourage anyone publishing an assessment instrument, a paper 
about the assessment of trauma or the effects of traumatic stress, or any 
other literature within the scope of the PILOTS database to send us a copy 
to ensure that it is indexed in the database. Please send these to:

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PTSD Resource Center
National Center for PTSD (116D)
VA Medical Center White River Junction, VT 05009
[log in to unmask]

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Search Sample from This Database

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Search Term : Recreation

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48 results found for: recreation in  PILOTS Database

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Content Sample:

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1.  The value of leisure in coping with natural disaster: a case study in 
the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina [dissertation]
Jackson, Germaine
University of Northern Iowa, 2011. 191 pp.
... directors of youth-serving leisure agencies (New Orleans Recreation 
Department, Boys and Girls Club in New Orleans, youth services of Second 
Mt. Bethel Baptist Church in New Orleans) to investigate if leisure 
services helped adolescents cope with ...
Resource Location: 
http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=2417988341&sid=1&Fmt=2&clientId=4347&RQT=309& 
VName=PQD
Publisher: University of Northern Iowa
Accession Number: 93099
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Adolescents | Americans | Coping Behavior | Epidemiology | Hurricane 
Katrina (2005) | Hurricanes | More...

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   2.  Key steps in developing a cognitive vaccine against traumatic 
flashbacks: Visuospatial Tetris versus Verbal Pub Quiz
Holmes, Emily A; James, Ella L; Kilford, Emma J; Deeprose, Catherine
PLoS One, vol. 5, no. 11, pp. Article e13706, November 20, 2010
BACKGROUND: Flashbacks (intrusive memories of a traumatic event) are the 
hallmark feature of PTSD, however preventative interventions are lacking. 
Tetris may offer a 'cognitive vaccine' [1] against flashback development 
after trauma exposure. We ...
Resource Location: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0013706
Accession Number: 35813
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Adults | British | Cognitive Processes | Computer Assisted Psychotherapy | 
Experimental Stressors | Hallucinations | More...

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   3.  Long-term follow-up of children with nonoperative management of 
blunt splenic trauma
Moore, Hunter B; Vane, Dennis W
Journal of Trauma, vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 522-555, March 2010
... (11), all terrain vehicle (ATV) crashes (10), snow recreation related 
(14), and other recreation (13). 2 patients were readmitted for spleen 
complications (splenic cyst and hematoma), but neither required additional 
treatment. ...
Resource Location: http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/TA.0b013e3181ce1ed5
Accession Number: 36915
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Injuries | Americans | Children | Adolescents | PTSD | Survivors

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   4.  Resilience and indicators of adjustment during rehabilitation from a 
spinal cord injury
White, Brian; Driver, Simon; Warren, Ann Marie
Rehabilitation Psychology, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 23-32, February 2010
OBJECTIVES: The purposes of this study were to (a) identify changes in 
resilience and indicators of adjustment (i.e., satisfaction with life, 
depressive symptomatology, spirituality, functional independence) during 
inpatient rehabilitation after ...
Resource Location: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0018451
Accession Number: 34074
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Resilience | Spinal Cord Injuries | Survivors | Americans | Adults | 
Depressive Disorders | More...

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   5.  Sports and games for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Lawrence, Sue; De Silva, Mary J; Henley, Robert
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol. 2010, no. 1, pp. Article 
CD007171, 2010
BACKGROUND: Traumatic experiences evoke emotions such as fear, anxiety, 
and distress and may encourage avoidance of similar situations in the 
future. For a proportion of those exposed to a traumatic event, this 
emotional reaction becomes ...
Accession Number: 34399
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Literature Review | PTSD | Recreation Therapy | Therapeutic Physical 
Exercise | Treatment Effectiveness

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   6.  Psychosocial benefits for child burn survivors who attend summer 
camp [dissertation]
Gill, Maia Beth Thekla
Palo Alto University, 2010. 195 pp.
There has been minimal research that has evaluated child burn survivors' 
Psychosocial Functioning and PTSD symptomalogy in relationship to their 
experience at summer camp. The purpose of this study was to examine the 
Missouri Children's Burn Camp ...
Resource Location: 
http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1982979491&sid=1&Fmt=2&clientId=4347&RQT=309& 
VName=PQD
Publisher: Palo Alto University
Accession Number: 92729
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Americans | Burns | Children | Coping Behavior | PTSD | Quality of Life | 
More...

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   7.  Can playing the computer game "Tetris" reduce the build-up of 
flashbacks for trauma?: a proposal from cognitive science
Holmes, Emily A; James, Ella L; Coode-Bate, Thomas; Deeprose, Catherine
PLoS ONE, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. e4153, 7 January 2009
BACKGROUND: Flashbacks are the hallmark symptom of PTSD. Although we have 
successful treatments for full-blown PTSD, early interventions are 
lacking. We propose the utility of developing a "cognitive vaccine" to 
prevent PTSD flashback development ...
Resource Location: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0004153
Accession Number: 32647
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Adults | British | Cognitive Processes | Computer Assisted Psychotherapy | 
Experimental Stressors | Hallucinations | More...

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   8.  Efficacy of a camp-based intervention for childhood traumatic grief
McClatchey, Irene Seales; Vonk, M Elizabeth; Palardy, Gregory
Research on Social Work Practice, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 19-30, January 2009
OBJECTIVE: This study examined the efficacy of a short-term, camp-based, 
trauma-focused grief intervention in reducing traumatic grief and PTSD 
symptoms in parentally bereaved children.METHOD: For this nonequivalent 
comparison group study, 100 ...
Resource Location: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1049731508314276
Accession Number: 33151
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Adolescents | Americans | Arousal | Avoidance | Children | Clinical Trial 
| More...

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   9.  Garbage to garden: developing a safe, nurturing and therapeutic 
environment for the children of the garbage pickers utilizing an academic 
design/build service learning model
Winterbottom, Daniel
Children, Youth and Environments, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 435-455, 2008
Cast out of their highland villages, many Mayans have resettled around the 
garbage dump in Guatemala City. Children went to the dump to work 
salvaging plastic, cardboard, and food. In 2004, children were banned from 
the dump and now stay at home ...
Accession Number: 31543
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Guatemalans | Indigenous Peoples | Internally Displaced Persons | Poverty 
| Lower Class | Effects | More...

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   10.  Leisure and recreation involvement in the context of healing from 
trauma
Arai, Susan M; Griffin, Janet; Miatello, Ashleigh; Greig, Carrie L
Therapeutic Recreation Journal, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 37-55, 2008
... context to examine people's perceptions of leisure and recreation 
involvement and how these perceptions change during the process of healing 
from trauma. Reported are the results of the Assessment of Leisure and 
Recreation Involvement ...
Accession Number: 32620
View Record    Database:
PILOTS Database
Descriptors:
Adults | Avoidance | Awareness | Canadians | Group Psychotherapy | 
Isolation | More...


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Example of a Full Record from This Database:

Database   PILOTS Database

Title   The prescription of recreational activity in mental health 
promotion and disease prevention

Author   Russoniello, Carmen; Howard, David J

Affiliation   East Carolina University, Greenville NC, USA ; Indiana State 
University, Terre haute IN, USA

Source   American Journal of Recreation Therapy, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 31-34, 
Winter 2005

ISSN   1539-4131

Descriptors    Children  Disasters  PTSD  Recreation Therapy  Survivors 
Treatment Effectiveness

New Search Using Marked Terms:   Use AND to narrow  Use OR to broaden
Add to Current Search:   Use AND to narrow  Use OR to broaden

Abstract   This article highlights a recent invited presentation by the US 
Department of Health and Human Services on the efficacy of recreational 
therapy in mental health promotion and prevention. The second annual Steps 
to a HealthierUS National Prevention Summit was convened to focus on 
President Bush's HealthierUS pillars, which encourage Americans to be 
physically active every day, eat a nutritious diet, get preventive 
screenings, and make healthy choices. The Summit specifically addressed 
the US Secretary of Health and Human Services's Steps to a HealthierUS 
Initiative, which highlights chronic disease prevention by addressing 
diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and asthma. Research 
was presented on the physiological and psychological benefits of 
recreational activity in disease prevention, including the prescriptive 
use of recreational activity in alcoholism prevention and rehabilitation, 
reducing obesity and secondary problems in children, and the prevention 
and amelioration of PTSD symptoms in children. In each study, recreational 
therapy was shown to be an effective intervention by decreasing negative 
symptoms such as untoward stress, anxiety, and depression. [Author 
Abstract]KEY WORDS: disease prevention, recreation therapy, 
rehabilitation, mental health

Language   English

Publication Year   2005

Publication Type   Journal Article

Update   20110718

Accession Number   31882

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Currently PILOTS Database uses CSA Illumina search software.

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Sincerely,
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Temple University
(215) 204 - 4584
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