Fatalism as a traditional cultural belief potentially relevant to trauma sequelae: Measurement equivalence, extent and associations in six countries

Background: Fatalism, known as the propensity to believe that one’s destiny is externally determined, has so far been examined selectively, and not yet in a cross-cultural study. Moreover, a general, non-data-based speculation assumes that fatalism occurs to a lesser extent in countries of the Globa...

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Other Authors: Maercker, Andreas, Esparza Del Villar, Oscar Armando, Ben-Ezrea, Menachem, Augsburger, Mareike
Format: Artículo
Published: 2019
Online Access:https://doi.org/10.1080/20008198.2019.1657371
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