Anderson, Crystal Raequel
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This study examined predictors of treatment outcome for combat veterans in a group-based exposure therapy. The study compared Black and White injured combat veterans with PTSD and non-injured combat veterans with PTSD. A secondary data analysis was performed on a group of 102 veterans participating in a group-based exposure therapy. The majority of veterans were from the Vietnam War Era (1961-1975). The sample consisted of veterans age 33 and older. The study revealed no significant differences in treatment outcome based on injury or race. The study concludes by suggesting implications for social work practice, research, and policy.