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Unformatted text preview: Cynthia I rungu Annotated Bibliography 1. Sutker, Patricia B., and Albert N. Jr. Allain. "Assessment of PTSD and other mental disorders in World War II and Korean Conflict POW survivors and combat veterans." Psychological Assessment 8.1 (1996): 18-25. PsycARTICLES. EBSCO. Web. 8 Nov. 2010. In this article, Sutker and Allain conduct a study assessing 326 war veterans and former prisoners of war (POW’s) from various wars. The study diagnosed PTSD in these patients using various methodologies. The study found that former POW’s suffered the most extreme trauma stemming from PTSD. This study highlighted the persistent, far-reaching impact of combat and POW experiences on mental health. This is a reliable source because it was lead by Dr. Stuker, a clinical professor at Louisiana Health Sciences Center and a diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Sciences. This study was totally objective and is clinically based, which makes it a reliable source of facts on PTSD and its effects on veterans. My essay topic examined the role of PTSD in the facts on PTSD and its effects on veterans....
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