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Published by the Athens Banner-Herald: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Honoring Veterans and Their Wartime Experiences
“’Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,’ defined as “a serious disorder that results from exposure to a traumatic event [and] involves severe fear, helplessness and horror,” was first diagnosed during the Vietnam War, but there’s not much argument the condition existed long before it was identified. In the WWI/WWII era, it was mostly referred to as “shell shock.””
The full article is available to print here [PDF].
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