Posts Tagged ‘brain function during trauma’

The Three E’s of Trauma (Part II)

As you may recall, the first article in this series described Noam, a young boy who witnessed the events of 9-11 firsthand. Remarkably, Noam had few long-lasting impacts from the experience. This was puzzling to many, including professionals working with Noam and other 9-11 survivors. It seemed notable that Noam, his dad, friends, and countless other New Yorkers were…[ Read the full article ]