Posttraumatische Belastungsstörungen

  • Edna B. Foa
  • Barbara Olasov Rothbaum
  • Andreas Maercker

Zusammenfassung

Epidemiologische Studien zeigen, daß posttraumatische Belastungsstörungen (dt. Abkürzung: PTB; engl. Begriff: »posttraumatic stress disorder«) zu einem nicht zu vernachlässigenden Problem unserer Gesellschaft geworden sind. Betrachten wir die Zahl der Personen, die sexuellen oder anderen gewalttätigen Angriffen, technischen und Naturkatastrophen, Arbeits- und Autounfällen oder Kriegsereignissen ausgesetzt waren, dann treten bei diesen Personen traumatische Reaktionen extrem häufig auf.

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Weiterführende Literatur

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  • Edna B. Foa
  • Barbara Olasov Rothbaum
  • Andreas Maercker

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