Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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  • Increased focus on trauma reactions began following World War I and World War II, when army soldiers returned from the war and exhibited symptoms such as increased anxiety, autonomic arousal, and reliving the trauma. Military psychiatrists were treating conditions referred to ...

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