Psychosocial Implications of Disaster or Terrorism on Children: A Guide for the Pediatrician (Copyright © American Academy of Pediatrics)
Publication Year: 2005
This report provides information on how disaster and terrorism affect children. It details specific children's responses, discusses the risk factors for adverse reactions, and gives advice to pediatricians on how to lessen the psychological effects of disaster on children.
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