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TC's Bonanno: Hurricane Sandy Victims Could Experience Ongoing Effects of "Grinding, Daily Wear and Stress"

In an interview, Bonanno, a Professor of Clnical Psychology, said symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder are likely to mount as people dig out of the disaster.
In an interview, Bonanno, a Professor of Clnical Psychology, said symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder are likely to mount as people dig out of the disaster.

Link: Experts say psychological effects of Sandy likely to grow

Published Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012

TC's Bonanno: Hurricane Sandy Victims Could Experience Ongoing Effects of "Grinding, Daily Wear and Stress"

In an interview, Bonanno, a Professor of Clnical Psychology, said symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder are likely to mount as people dig out of the disaster.

Link: Experts say psychological effects of Sandy likely to grow

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