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CUDRIS-TORRES, LORENA  y  BARRIOS-NUNEZ, ÁLVARO. Psychological discomfort in victims of the armed conflicto. CS [online]. 2018, n.26, pp.75-90. ISSN 2011-0324.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/recs.i25.2654.

Violence, in addition to being considered as an inherent condition of human relationships, is also conceived as a public health problem that significantly affects the mental health of the people involved. In fact, there are several studies that report the implications or psychological sequels in combatants and civilians exposed to war or similar conflicts that imply violence. Some of the figures show that up to 30% of people exposed to violence suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome and depression, even 100% have been reported in populations with a very significant impact (Larizgoitia, et al., 2011). Therefore, the psychological approach requires broad competences that inscribe an interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary field of knowledge that links human qualities and processes, their vital and contextual circumstances over time and, particularly, personal, family and community resources.

Palabras clave : Violence; Post-traumatic stress disorder; Depression; Psychological approach; Victims.

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