Health: Coping with a National Tragedy, Chemical or Biological Terrorism
In The Spotlight:
- SAMHSA: Coping
with Violence and Traumatics Events: USDHHS.
with a National Tragedy, American Psychiatric Association, coping resources
for helping children, students, care providers, etc.
- New Study Offers Insight
to Why Many are Having Trouble with Concentration and Normalcy after Terrorist
Attack, summary by American Psychological Association
- Psychological Effects
of Chemical and Biological (CB) Terrorism: Lessons from the Past, paper
presented at the World Congress on Chemical and Biological Terrorism, April
2001 -- includes discussion of trauma effects on the targeted population
- Coping with Disaster, National Mental Health
- Disaster Mental Health: Dealing
with the Aftereffects of Terrorism, National Center for PTSD
- Coping with a National
Tragedy, National Association of School Psychologists
- Terrorism and Children,
and Children, National Center for PTSD, includes symptoms of trauma in
various age groups
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