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American personnel living abroad were shocked and distressed as they viewed from afar the nearly live coverage of the September 11 th terrorist attacks on the U.S. This paper is a report on six stress debriefings conducted by an American psychologist (at U.S. embassy and NATO facilities, SHAPE,...
This study examined the Penn Inventory, for predicting PTSD symptomatology in 100 female civilians classified into one of three groups that varied with regard to PTSD and psychiatric symptomatology: PTSD only, non-PTSD with psychiatric symptoms (clinical), and non-PTSD with no psychiatric...
The paper explores the dimensions of torture trauma, its assessment and treatment. Simple PTSD does not account for the potential effects of torture. I propose a modified model of complex PTSD or cumulative trauma disorders that describes more the effects of torture. Most of the current...
This article discusses three clinical cases involving severe child sexual abuse. Each of the cases is analyzed from three perspectives-cognitive development, object relations and traumatic intrusion into the body of the children. In each case small and large synthetic penises the size of flaccid...
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