TucsonCitizen.com: “The American psyche bounces back after 9/11”

TucsonCitizen.com quotes Psychology professor K. Mark Sossin, who was part of a panel of 12,000 psychology professionals in the annual American Psychological Association’s meeting in Washington this week, on the research of 9/11 psychological trauma.

TucsonCitizen.com quotes Psychology professor K. Mark Sossin, who was part of a panel on the research about 9/11 psychological trauma this week at the annual American Psychological Association’s meeting in Washington, DC:

“9/11 was not just an event trauma. It was the loss of the assumptive world,” he says. “When you presume and assume you’ll wake up to the same safety net that you had yesterday and you don’t, you not only lose that assumption, you lose all related assumptions.”

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