All Relations between Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic and morality
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||the journey from moral inferiority to post-traumatic stress disorder.
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||literature describing the phenomenology of the stress of combat suggests that war-zone experiences may lead to adverse psychological outcomes such as post-traumatic stress disorder not only because they expose persons to life threat and loss but also because they may contradict deeply held moral and ethical beliefs and expectations.
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||pathological reactions (chronic post-traumatic stress disorder) is aligned with decrease of psychological functions, emotional disorders (uneasiness, emotional instability, tension) and personal peculiarities (noncomformity, difficultness with understanding of life, low indexes of moral and willed qualities of i-conception).