Preparing for Terrorist Attacks: An Ongoing Challenge

  • Oldham J
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Abstract

Examines the challenge of preparing for terrorist attacks, as discussed in the article "A National Longitudinal Study of the Psychological Consequences of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks: Reactions, Impairment, and Help-Seeking," by Matthew J. Friedman and colleagues, published in the Summer 2004 issue of "Psychiatry." Persistence of psychological symptoms after the attacks; Identification of primary care as locus of intervention; Spending on crisis counseling; Cases of post-traumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorders

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  • John M. Oldham

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