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Book Reviews

Trauma & Diseaster: Responce & Management

Emile D. Risby, MD

Published: March 15, 2005

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The short- and long-term psychological sequelae resulting from exposure to trauma can vary from complete recovery to various psychiatric conditions of various severities. Why do some persons appear not to have clinically significant long-term effects from trauma, while others do? The text reviews the normal responses to traumatic events and what factors increase the likelihood of developing significant long-term psychopathology.’ ‹


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Volume: 66

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