After reading the article in this attachment, what did you think of the article and how post-traumatic stress disorder plays a big part in all our life's? And what did you find that was most interesting about it?
Let's take a closer look at these interesting questions, as they relate to the attached article. Have you read the article yet? Perhaps, that is the best place to start.
I do agree that our children should be protected from watching repeatedly traumatic events like 911 on the television or Internet to protect them from PTSD and depression symptoms as indicated by research findings.
1. After reading the article in this attachment, what did you think of it article and how post-traumatic stress disorder plays a big part in all our life's?
This question is asking you to read the article and then discuss what you think of the article (was it interesting? Was it timely? Was it helpful? And so on),
Personally I found the article to be timely, informative and helpful to the profession of psychology and specifically to psychologists counseling people, who have experienced PTSD, In a time where terrorism runs rapid, this article is timely - professionals need to know as much as possible in order to treat people effectively who have experienced a traumatic event like 911. It is informative as the literature review gives a good overview of the literature and how it relates to the study, as well as has some interesting finding that the author applied to the real world - gives some solid recommendations of how the results can be applied to help clients. gives psychologists some real meat to work with clients and to guide interventions. It was helpful as I ...
Based on the attached article by Jarolmen and Sisco, (2005), "Media effects on post-traumatic stress disorder and the World Trade Center tragedy", this solution discusses how post-traumatic stress disorder plays a big part in all our life's and what is interesting about the article.