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Annotated Bibliography

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Annotated Bibliography Bourne, Peter G. Men, Stress, and Vietnam . Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1970. In this publication, the author, an employee at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, gives first-hand accounts of his experiences in Vietnam. While posted in Saigon, a team including malariologists, enteric bacteriologists, plague specialists, and psychiatrists gathered medical information they retrieved from conducting both physical and psychological studies. While perhaps this book is in the greatest interest of those in the fields of psychiatry and psychology, it also covers material of concern to those in other branches of medicine, as well as touching on the areas of anthropology and sociology. As a whole, the author came to a conclusion that most psychological problems came later in life, evolving from post-traumatic stress. Glasser, Ronald J. 365 Days . New York: George Braziller, 1971. The author, a former pediatrician at the U.S. Army Hospital located in Camp Zama,
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