Three years after the terrorist attacks in various parts of Paris, the first findings of the study, which examined the effects of these and other similar disasters on the French spirit, were published. Large-scale research authors also emphasize the problems that media coverage may cause uninterrupted observers. According to the AFP, one fourth said the assassination was too much.
"Unprecedented" research to continue is supported by the French National Public Health Agency. The project was named "13". In November, according to the attacks in Paris, a total of 130 people were killed in 2015. They respond to other terrorist acts.
While evaluating the psychological and sociological results, the population is divided into different groups. Circles of the people most affected include direct participants as injured or hostages, close witnesses and close victims. Researchers investigated six to 18 months after tragedy of 190 civilians from this group, with 18 percent experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder and 20 percent more distress with depression or anxiety.
However, the November 2015 assassinations had a notable impact on people outside the "first circle Bun. In the days immediately following the assassinations, the Paris region recorded a significant number of registered persons, often witnessing an acute response to post-traumatic stress or stress. To a lesser extent, this wave appeared in the rest of the French territory.
One of the authors of the Enguerrando du Roscoata study was on franceinfo's website: Bu The number and intensity of these symptoms have increased dramatically, depending on the individual's exposure to attack images in the media, “he added.
According to the AFP, seven months after November 2015, almost all participants in the survey were informed of the conditions they learned about the attacks at the Stade de France stadium and the attacks in Saint-Denis and at the center of Paris. they remembered the way. Three quarters of the participants mentioned the need to continue talking about the assassinations, but they talked a lot about the events in the remaining quarter.
Franceinfo reports that reports of terrorist attacks have traumatized people with pre-empowered mental illness. French scientists want to continue to examine how post-traumatic disorders affect daily life. "People at risk of social exclusion are about jobs or problems stopping leisure activities," Du Roscoat said. Said.