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Children as bellwethers of recovery: dysfunctional systems and the effects of parents, households, and neighborhoods on serious emotional disturbance in children after Hurricane Katrina.
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Children as bellwethers of recovery: dysfunctional systems and the effects of parents, households, and neighborhoods on serious emotional disturbance in children after Hurricane Katrina.

Author: David M Abramson; Yoon Soo Park; Tasha Stehling-Ariza; Irwin Redlener
Series: 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Disaster medicine and public health preparedness, Vol 4 ((Supplement 1)) (September 2010)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: David M Abramson; Yoon Soo Park; Tasha Stehling-Ariza; Irwin Redlener
OCLC Number: 681429499
Description: p. S17-S27.
Series Title: 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

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