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Mental Health Implications of the Khmer Rouge Genocide Trials


Jeffrey Sonis, physician and public health research scientist at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, is developing ways to gauge how groups of people scarred by mass murder respond to revisiting a traumatic history. (February 18, 2010)

 

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