Director, Women's Stress Disorder Treatment Team
Women's Health Sciences Division
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Potter, C.M., Pless Kaiser, A., King, L.A., King, D.W., Davison, E.H., Seligowski, A.V., Brady, C.B., & Spiro, A., III (2012). Distinguishing Late-Onset Stress Symptomatology from posttraumatic stress disorder in older combat Veterans. Aging and Mental Health, 17(2), 173-179.
Rowe, E.L., Gradus, J.L., Pineles, S.L., Batten, S.V., & Davison, E.H. (2009). Military sexual trauma in treatment-seeking women Veterans. Military Psychology, 21(3), 387-395.Davison, E.H. (2008). Delayed onset. In G. Reyes, J. Elhai, & J. Ford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of psychological trauma (pp. 195-196). New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons.
King, L.A., King, D.W., Vickers, K., Davison, E.H., & Spiro, A., III (2007). Assessing late-onset stress symptomatology among aging male combat Veterans. Aging and Mental Health, 11(2), 175-191.
Davison, E.H., Pless, A.P., Gugliucci, M.R., King, L.A., King, D.W., Salgado, D.M., Spiro, A., III, & Bachrach, P. (2006). Late-life emergence of early-life trauma: The phenomenon of Late-Onset Stress Symptomatology among aging combat Veterans. Research on Aging, 28, 84-114.
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