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Behandlung psychischer Störungen nach Folter

  • Sahika Yüksel
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Zusammenfassung

Zahlreiche Untersuchungen belegen, daß Menschen, die extremen Belastungen ausgesetzt waren, sowohl unter akuten als auch nachhaltigen psychischen Folgeschäden leiden. Es ist unbestreitbar, daß Folter eine extreme Belastung darstellt (Allodi u. Cowgill 1982; Eitinger 1986).

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