Tag Archives: Trauma

Politics

Five years after Islamic State massacre, an Iraqi minority is transformed by trauma

Written by: Tutku Ayhan, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Central Florida Dilbar Ali Ravu, 10, is kissed by his aunt, Dalal Ravu, as Yazidi children are reunited with their families in Iraq after five years of captivity with the Islamic State...

Education

How universal childhood trauma screenings could backfire

Written by: David Finkelhor, Professor of Sociology, University of New Hampshire California is implementing universal screenings for childhood trauma. wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock.com It is well established that child maltreatment and other childhood adversities are associated with poor outcomes later on in life....

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