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Carolyn M Yeager

TitleResearch Associate
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Colorado Springs
DepartmentAA-Lydia Hill Institute for Hu

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    1. Ruzek JI, Yeager CM. Mobile mental health interventions for trauma survivors. Mhealth. 2019; 5:9. PMID: 31019962.
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    2. Benight CC, Shoji K, Yeager CM, Weisman P, Boult TE. Predicting Change in Posttraumatic Distress Through Change in Coping Self-Efficacy After Using the My Trauma Recovery eHealth Intervention: Laboratory Investigation. JMIR Ment Health. 2018 Nov 29; 5(4):e10309. PMID: 30497992.
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    3. Yeager CM, Benight CC. If we build it, will they come? Issues of engagement with digital health interventions for trauma recovery. Mhealth. 2018; 4:37. PMID: 30363749.
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    4. Yeager CM, Shoji K, Luszczynska A, Benight CC. Engagement With a Trauma Recovery Internet Intervention Explained With the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA): Longitudinal Study. JMIR Ment Health. 2018 Apr 10; 5(2):e29. PMID: 29636323.
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    5. Cieslak R, Benight CC, Rogala A, Smoktunowicz E, Kowalska M, Zukowska K, Yeager C, Luszczynska A. Effects of Internet-Based Self-Efficacy Intervention on Secondary Traumatic Stress and Secondary Posttraumatic Growth among Health and Human Services Professionals Exposed to Indirect Trauma. Front Psychol. 2016; 7:1009. PMID: 27458407.
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    6. Rogala A, Shoji K, Luszczynska A, Kuna A, Yeager C, Benight CC, Cieslak R. From Exhaustion to Disengagement via Self-Efficacy Change: Findings from Two Longitudinal Studies among Human Services Workers. Front Psychol. 2015; 6:2032. PMID: 26779114.
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