PTSD and GuiltMichael CaseyEnglish 112Samuel ZahranOctober 25, 2017An Annotated Bibliography PTSD and GuiltVietnam Veteran Perceptions of Delayed Onset and Awareness of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Eric Hermes and Alan Fontana, Robert RosenheckEric Hermes and Alan Fontana, Robert Rosenheck all are contributed to the Psychiatric Quarterly.The article itself talks about solders for the Vietnam area and 40 years later after the war experience. All the patients are out care the study was the extent to which two factors delayed onset or awareness of the symptoms. Using data from Vietnam veterans the analysis examined perceptions of the time and onset of awareness of symptom and war-zone stress. They had delayed reports in onset and symptoms of ptsd. In which they suggest that health providers should be aware of the potential and protracted treatment among veterans form currentConflicts due in part by delayed onset awareness of symptoms.Psychiatric Quarterly. Jun2015, Vol.86 Issue 2 P169-179.11pDOI:10.1007/s11126-014-9311-9Examining the Role of Combat Loss Among Vietnam War VeteransJoseph M. Currier and Jason M. HollandJoseph M. Currier and Jason M. Holland work at Department of Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California USA and Department of Psychology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.