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20 October 2008

Sex differences offer new insight into psychiatric disorders (The Dana Foundation Web Site - 20 October 2008)

Dana_logo An article about how the study of sex differences is changing the field of neuroscience appears on the Dana Foundation's Web site. 


When Carolyn Schapper, 35, a military intelligence soldier, returned from a one-year Iraq deployment, she started experiencing symptoms including jumpiness, a short temper and nightmares. Six months after she returned to the United States, she realized that those symptoms might be more than simple readjustment issues...

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