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Figure 2. Multi-group path analysis of the relationship between posttraumatic stress (PTS) symptoms and cognitive reappraisal/expressive suppression on posttraumatic growth. (A) Int=posttraumatic stress (T1, February)×cognitive reappraisal; (B) Int=posttraumatic stress (T1, February)×expressive suppression. Unstandardized coefficients are reported. *P<0.05, **P<0.01, and ***P<0.001. Increasing PTS: rapid deterioration of PTS symptoms over time; Moderate PTS: a high level of PTS symptoms at the beginning and a slightly increasing slope; Persistent minimal PTS: slow resolution of PTS over time.

Figure 2. Multi-group path analysis of the relationship between posttraumatic stress (PTS) symptoms and cognitive reappraisal/expressive suppression on posttraumatic growth. (A) Int=posttraumatic stress (T1, February)×cognitive reappraisal; (B) Int=posttraumatic stress (T1, February)×expressive suppression. Unstandardized coefficients are reported. *<i>P</i><0.05, **<i>P</i><0.01, and ***<i>P</i><0.001. Increasing PTS: rapid deterioration of PTS symptoms over time; Moderate PTS: a high level of PTS symptoms at the beginning and a slightly increasing slope; Persistent minimal PTS: slow resolution of PTS over time.