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The mental health and behavioral consequences of terrorism

DiMaggio, Charles J.; Galea, Sandro

The behavioral consequences of terrorist incidents have received considerable recent attention, much of it driven by the 1995 Oklahoma City bombings and the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States. In this chapter we will review the available evidence about the mental health and behavioral consequences of terrorism, consider methodological and research issues that challenge the field, and discuss the evidence for specific prevention and treatment efforts aimed at mitigating the mental health and behavioral consequences of terrorism.

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Anesthesiology
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July 14, 2010

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Victims of Crime, 3rd ed. (Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2007), pp. 147-160.

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