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Secondary Traumatization in Children of Vietnam Veterans
Robert Rosenheck; Pramila Nathan
Psychiatric Services 1985; doi:
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The authors thank Drs. Paul Errera and John Schowalter for their support of this project.

Yale University School of Medicine, General Clinical Psychiatry Services at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Psychiatry 116A, West Haven, Connecticut 06516

Yale University School of Medicine, The West Haven Va Medical Center

1985 American Psychiatric Association

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