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(p. 273) Neurobiological and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism: Distinguishing Normal From Pathological Responses, Risk Profiling, and Optimizing Resilience 

(p. 273) Neurobiological and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism: Distinguishing Normal From Pathological Responses, Risk Profiling, and Optimizing Resilience
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(p. 273) Neurobiological and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism: Distinguishing Normal From Pathological Responses, Risk Profiling, and Optimizing Resilience
Author(s):

Rachel Yehuda

, Richard Bryant

, Joseph Zohar

, and Charles R. Marmar

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195172492.003.0019
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date: 06 March 2021

Chapter 19 discusses neurobiological and behavioral consequences of terrorism, predictors of pathological responses, differentiating normal from pathological responses in the first weeks following exposure, identifying those at greater risk, biological markers differentiation normal from pathological responses to trauma, limitations in the use of behavioral and biological markers for risk profiling, diagnosis, and prognosis of PTSD following terrorist acts, and research priorities in mental health consequences of terrorism.

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