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Information for Veterans and their Families. It led to a three-decade career as a ref, mostly high schools, topping out at Division III basketball and junior college football. This includes educating the survivor (and their families) about trauma and its effects on daily functioning. Range of exposure, as assessed across studies, also provides an opportunity for comparison and suggests that the nature of a person's exposure to a disaster is an important determinant of the likelihood of developing PTSD after a disaster.

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