Pte

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AcronymDefinition
PtePrivate (military rank)
PtePresente (Spanish: by hand; hand delivery v. mailing )
PtePécsi Tudományegyetem (Hungarian: University of Pécs)
PtePoniente (Spanish: West)
PtePicturestoexe (software)
PtePage Table Entry
PtePearson Test of English Academic (English language readiness test)
PtePateros (Amtrak station code; Pateros, WA)
PtePost-Traumatic Epilepsy (disease)
PtePassenger Terminal Expo (conference)
PtePotential to Emit (environment)
PtePrimary Teacher Education (various locations)
PteProfessional Technical Education (various locations)
PtePatent Term Extension (various locations)
PtePush the Envelope (idiom)
PtePassenger Transport Executive
PtePathway to Excellence (Washington)
PtePolarization Transformation Efficiency
PtePolskiego Towarzystwa Ekonomicznego (Polish: Polish Economic Society)
PteProhibited Transaction Exemption (Department of Labor)
PtePathways to Employment (various locations)
PtePortable Test Equipment (various companies)
PtePass-Through Entity (tax law)
PtePath Terminating Equipment
PtePi Theta Epsilon (occupational therapy honor society)
PtePeriodic Table of Elements
PtePrivate Training Establishment
PteParent Teacher Education (various schools)
PtePortugese Escudo (old currency code; replaced by EUR)
PtePermission to Enter
PtePrevention through Education (various locations)
PtePretax Earnings
PtePotentially Traumatic Events
PtePollen Transfer Efficiency (botany)
PtePermission to Enroll (education)
PtePart Time Equivalent
PtePublic Trading Enterprise
PtePost Training Evaluation
PtePotential Threat Element (vulnerability assessment)
PtePrecision Turbo & Engine
PtePT Enthusiasts (Chrylser PT Cruiser owners group)
PtePulmonary Thrombo Embolism
PtePerusahaan Air Minum
PtePotentially Toxic Element
PtePulmonary Thrombo Endarterectomy
PtePre-Tender Estimate
PteProvisioning Technical Engineer
PteProgramming Tools and Environments
PtePatch and Test Equipment
PteProuhet-Tarry-Escott Problem
PtePaper Tape Equipment
PtePON Terminating Equipment
PtePoint Target Ellipse
PtePilot Tone Extraction
PtePersonal Time & Expense
PtePost-Training Exercise
PteProfessional Technical Employee
PtePrograma Educativo del Niño, Niña y Adolescente Trabajador (Guatemala)
PtePay Time & Expense (form)
Pteproportion of treatment effect explained by surrogate endpoint (statistical validation of intermediate endpoints for chronic diseases)
PtePublic Testing Environment (gaming)
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The current MK research has attempted to find buffers to the potentially traumatic events MKs encounter in the mission field and during their readjustment to the home culture.
The current research on MKs describes various resources that may buffer against potentially traumatic events (Davis et al.
Although there is a continuing debate regarding what constitutes a traumatic event (Weathers & Keane, 2007), we followed the work of Kubany and colleagues (2000) and considered potentially traumatic events in this study to include events that lead to serious injury or shock to the body (e.
Number of potentially traumatic events experienced.
Total number of types of combat-related or noncombat potentially traumatic events was not significantly related to pain ratings; however, reported current emotional distress to the worst combat-related traumatic event emerged as a significant correlate of pain in a preliminary regression model.
Longitudinal studies are needed to explore the interplay of these co-occurring symptoms across time in relation to discrete life events, such as blast and/or other potentially traumatic event exposures and physical injuries.
Lastly, we appreciate that there is a range of responses to potentially traumatic events including resilience and growth (e.
Is Childhood Cancer a Potentially Traumatic Event for Siblings?
Indeed the findings suggest that the presence of protective factors may be of as great importance (and perhaps even greater importance) as exposure to potentially traumatic events in understanding psychological distress The set of protective factors used in the present study accounted for 2 1/2 times the amount of variance in distress as did the set of potentially traumatic events used in the study.
Because high traumatic stress is known to have debilitating effects on the lives of people, and because prior research indicates that many homeless mothers have experienced difficult and potentially traumatic events prior to becoming homeless, past events may influence the level of current traumatic stress among homeless mothers.
citizens indicated that approximately 61% of men and 51% of women have experienced at least one potentially traumatic event in their lives (Kessler, Sonnega, Bromet, Hughes, & Nelson, 1995).
During military operations, potentially traumatic events occur not only repeatedly over the course of a months-long deployment but in the context of the cumulative stress of many other hardships and injuries, both physical and emotional.
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