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What's Really Going on in PTSD Brains? U-M Experts Suggest New Theory

PTSD experts agree that the condition has its roots in very real, physical processes within the brain - and not some sort of psychological "weakness". But no clear consensus has emerged about what exactly has gone "wrong" in the brain. A new theory that integrates decades of research focuses on a key function called context processing.
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(University of Michigan Health System) PTSD experts agree that the condition has its roots in very real, physical processes within the brain -- and not some sort of psychological 'weakness.' But no clear consensus has emerged about ...

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