Tag Archives: Research

PTSD: Stress and Resilience

In the last decade, the United States has experienced a series of man-made and natural disasters. Large numbers of people in this country have been exposed to potentially traumatic events. This video focuses on NIMH research in the areas of traumatic stress reactions and specifically mental health issues among U.S. service members. What we learn… Read More »

Reducing Barriers to PTSD Treatment

Between 11 to 20 percent of veterans and service members are affected by post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Alex Macdonald is working with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to serve those who served our country by reducing the barriers to PTSD treatment. Read more: Source: Youtube

Looking for Solutions to PTSD Through Medical Research

Meet Russ Toll, a Graduate Student in the Etkin Lab at Stanford. Russ’s research involves the physical changes that accompany psychological trauma and contributes to creating tools to diagnose PTSD with blood tests. To learn more about Russ, visit Source: Youtube

Sexual Assault Affects Memory More Intensely Than Other Kinds of Abuse, Study Shows | MedCircle News

To receive MedCircle News right to your inbox each week, visit MedCircle: Read the original article & full video transcription HERE: A recent study shows that women who have experienced sexual assault have more intense, vivid memories when compared to women who have suffered from traumatic events that are non-sexual. According to ScienceDaily, “The research,… Read More »

Crypto PTSD on the BDRP

Dustin for the YouTube channel CryptoPTSD and BDRP Field Team Member Barry Brown join Dee to discuss the adverse affects of Cryptid Encounters. CryptoPTSD: If you have an encounter or research you’d like to share please email us at: BigfootDogmanResearch@gmail.com BDRPEurope@gmail.com If you’d like to contribute to our field research or channel overall: paypal.me/BDRP Our… Read More »

Can PTSD be passed down to kids? Emerging research looks at intergenerational trauma

The Invictus Games has highlighted the plight of veterans who are dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).But how does it impact their families and children? Veteran and co-founder of Soldier On, John Bale, said while the veteran community had become much more open about PTSD, families were still suffering from associated anxiety and depression in… Read More »

The War Within: Veterans and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

A Public Conversation August 17, 2014 Sacramento Public Library Tsakapoulos Library Galleria Presented by Cal Humanities in partnership with UC Humanities Research Institute, California State Library, and Sacramento Public Library What is Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and how do veterans experience it? How has our understanding of it changed over time? What insights about it… Read More »