What is it about?
Research on trauma has been transformed by recognizing the importance of dose—our cumulative lifetime burden of trauma (versus experiencing any one type). Now the concept of dose is poised to transform resilience research too. The latest science suggests higher doses of strengths can counteract even large doses of trauma.
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Why is it important?
Trauma is pervasive—even in wealthy countries with substantial social safety nets. And the pandemic has added to the trauma burden of all of us. We need better ways to overcome trauma, now more than ever.
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This page is a summary of: Recognizing the cumulative burden of childhood adversities transforms science and practice for trauma and resilience., American Psychologist, February 2021, American Psychological Association (APA),
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