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User Clip: Dr Norman Goldwasser: Psychiatry and World War I Shell Shock

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April 25, 2019

Dr Norman Goldwasser shares that Historian Rachel Levandoski gave an illustrated talk about psychiatry and World War I shell shock at the… read more

Dr Norman Goldwasser shares that Historian Rachel Levandoski gave an illustrated talk about psychiatry and World War I shell shock at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Goldwasser shared Ms. Levandoski, a historian in the Secretary of Defense’s historical office, detailed the nature of shell shock and the lessons learned, or not learned by military psychiatrists at the time.

According to Dr Norman Goldwasser, shell shock is a term coined during World War I, Its goal is to describe psychological trauma and symptoms associated with the relentless and sometimes days long artillery attacks soldiers were forced to endure in the trenches. close

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