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Personality and Moral Injury

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Exploring how personality is related to moral injury

Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) personnel and Veterans encounter unique challenges associated with their service. For example, the traumatic nature of the military environment places personnel at risk of moral injury. Despite its clinical importance, few studies have investigated risk factors associated with moral injury. Research is needed to understand whether differences in personality impact the development of moral injury among CAF Veterans.

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Online Survey

Completing an online survey investigating personality traits and moral injury. Duration approximately 30 minutes.

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Risk Factors for Moral Injury: The Light Triad of Personality

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