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Health Consequences of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Jeffrey Kibler, PhD, Professor
Department of Clinical and School Psychology, Nova Southeastern University
Research Interests: Trauma/Posttraumatic Stress; Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine; Health Disparities; Psychophysiology
About This Topic
Papers submissions focusing on various health consequences of posttraumatic stress are welcomed for this special issue. Please keep in mind the scope of the journal, however. Topics related to the range of neurological, neuroscience, biological, and physiological sequelae of posttraumatic stress are especially encouraged.
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