Michael Casey English 112 Samuel Zahran October 3, 2017 “RESEARCHING PTSD: The Biology of Fear” For this article, it discusses about how PTSD effects everyday life of those who have as an everyday burden. Just like the fictional work of Tim O’Brien the (THE THINGS THEY CARRIED) where the author puts you across many charters the live with regret and fears yet for lots of people and people like myself this is everyday life. I will discuss how this example is and how the structure of real life people is used as charters of nature with Ptsd. With that being said can we as people see what the real effects are or do they play a bigger part of something hiding in person to personal life. RESEARCHING PTSD: THE BIOLOGY OF FEAR, the article itself talks. About the different effects of people deal with ptsd trauma from war and sexual abuse. To me this article uses a language that covers. All the. Humanities and Social Sciences to me. The structure of this article is married. For an example, it starts off as a humanity “Not, Long ago most therapist who heard story like Albert Grow’s would have thought about what his experience in Vietnam did to his relationship with his family, his community and his sense of self.” (1). On a Social Science, it
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- World War II, Psychological trauma, Posttraumatic stress disorder