Ron Schouten

Massachusetts General Hospital

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Psychiatrist; director of Massachusetts General Hospital's Law and Psychiatry Service

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For weeks now, there's been saturation news coverage of violence in the US and around the world -- from Paris, to Colorado Springs to San Bernardino.

Terrorism and America's Culture of Fear

For weeks now, there's been saturation news coverage of violence in the US and around the world -- from Paris, to Colorado Springs to San Bernardino.

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