THE CONSEQUENCES OF MORAL DECISION-MAKING: SELF-REGULATORY PERSEVERATION ON MORAL CONCERNS FOLLOWING MORAL BEHAVIOR VIOLATIONS
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Moral injury has been identified as a type of trauma outcome often reported in military and veteran populations that stems from perpetrating, being victim of, or bearing witness to acts or events that violate deeply held moral beliefs, values, and expectations about the world and the self. Exposure to these moral traumatic experiences result in adverse psychological outcomes that overlap with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder, but are uniquely characterized by overwhelming feelings of shame and guilt, demoralization, and even parasuicidal behaviors. Indeed, service members are often ...
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