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Professor Morten Kringelbach and army doctor Alexander Fjaeldstad give lectures about PTSD, psychological trauma and head injuries at the Royal Institution.

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Professor Morten Kringelbach and army doctor Alexander Fjaeldstad give lectures with a Questions & Answers session at the Royal Institution. This forms part of the ongoing research in Scars of War Foundation at The Queen's College and Department of Psychiatry, Oxford. It looks into the brains of people affected by psychological trauma, head injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The lectures summarise current knowledge of PTSD, such as how smells can trigger memories, as well as outlining the advances made possible by radical new brain imaging technology.

To watch the lectures and Q&A:

·PTSD, psychological trauma and head injuries 

·Q&A: PTSD, psychological trauma and head injuries 

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