The Horrors of War and Its Effect on the Brain

Dr. David A. Hamburg discussed the history and recent advances in stopping acts of mass casualties during his keynote address, "Preventing Mass Violence: Some Recent Advances," at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease.

The meeting, held Dec. 16 at the Rockefeller University, examined the psychological and neurological aspects of war from a variety of perspectives — from the experience of a Marine colonel during wartime to the exploration into the mind of a terrorist. [more]January 7, 2010

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