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(p. 175) Near- and Long-Term Psychological Effects of Exposure to Terrorist Attacks 

(p. 175) Near- and Long-Term Psychological Effects of Exposure to Terrorist Attacks
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(p. 175) Near- and Long-Term Psychological Effects of Exposure to Terrorist Attacks
Author(s):

Susan E. Brandon

and Andrew P. Silke

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195172492.003.0013
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date: 07 March 2021

Chapter 13 discusses the near- and long-term psychological effects of exposure to terrorist attacks, including the powerful forces for normalcy (dissipation, adaptation and habituation, and sensitization), normal levels of emotion and stress, and coping with large-scale single events, and repeated attacks.

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