Traumatic events may lead to PTSD in young children

07/21/2010 | TIME (subscription required)

A series of studies of young children who experience traumatic events, such as Hurricane Katrina, found they show symptoms of post-traumatic stress and depression similar to those of adults. The studies also found that younger children and girls are more likely to develop PTSD symptoms than boys and older youth.

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