Trauma and stress related disorders

IB Psychology: Trauma and stress related disorders

During the early stages of World War I some soldiers began to exhibit strange symptoms; for example, they were panicked, crying and fearful, and they showed the inability to reason, sleep, walk or talk. They also experienced flashbacks of traumatic memories. Some suffered from serious tremors, amnesia, depression and were hypersensitive to noise. According to McLeod (2004) by December 1914, 7 - 10% of all officers...


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