PTSD: Brain Mechanisms and Clinical Implications

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This book breaks new ground by offering neuroscientific insights into post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD has emerged as the model mental disorder for studying the effect of the environment on human biological systems, especially the brain. The authors – who range from skilled basic scientists to experienced diagnosticians and therapists – are leaders in the recent surge of biological investigation into this distressing and disabling condition.

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