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PREFACE by Tage Erlander Prime Minister of Sweden vii
THE INDIVIDUALS PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS
THE GROUPS PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS
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acute adjustment afraid air attack anxiety apathetic atomic bomb become behavior blood vessels body bombing attacks calm catastrophe centers of population cities civil defense common sense condition conscious danger demands dependent diarrhea difficult disappear ditions dread effects Emotional paralysis especially evacuated example experience explosion fear feeling felt flight forced give happened heart herd instinct Hiroshima homeostasis human hydrogen bombs incendiary bomb increased individual inner tension instinct lives loss of tonus military misfortune NAGASAKI nature near-misses nerve gas neurotic normal obvious one's organization ourselves panic patient peacetime perhaps period person phase population possible preparedness problem psychological reactions psychological resistance radiation sickness react reaction of terror remote-misses rescue rumors second world serious shelter situation someone sound strains suddenly supplies surroundings survivors sweat glands symptoms TAGE ERLANDER thing transportation trembling typical unconscious uneasiness violent wartime society wounded