Oversight of Medical Care of Veterans Wounded in Vietnam: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, First and Second Sessions, Part 1
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Veterans' Affairs
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Veterans - 921 pages
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Page 199 - PHS activities, some were used by the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Mental Health...
Page 374 - Mr. SCHLOSS. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I have submitted a written statement which I would appreciate having included in the record of the hearing.
Page 406 - Warde, thank you very much for your testimony. It has been very helpful to the committee.
Page 57 - There being no objection, the letters were ordered to be printed in the Record,. as follows: BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, Washington, DC, July S4, 1961.
Page 493 - Vietnam veterans, ranging from mild withdrawal to periodic depression to severe psychosomatic disorder to disabling psychosis. Some are likely to seek continuing outlets for a pattern of violence to which they have become habituated, whether by indulging in antisocial or criminal behavior or by, almost in the fashion of mercenaries, offering their services to the highest bidder.
Page 273 - To the devastating psychological effect of getting maimed, paralyzed, or in some way unable to reenter American life as you left it, is the added psychological weight that it may not have been worth it: that the war may have been a cruel hoax, an American tragedy, that left a small minority of young American males holding the bag.
Page 251 - He is a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is...
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Page 308 - Sensitivity training is one type of experience-based learning. Participants work together in a small group over an extended period of time, learning through analysis of their own experiences, including feelings, reactions, perceptions, and behavior. The duration varies according to the specific design, but most groups meet for a total of 10-40 hours.