Chemical Warfare and Chemical Terrorism: Psychological and Performance Outcomes

@article{Romano2002ChemicalWA,
  title={Chemical Warfare and Chemical Terrorism: Psychological and Performance Outcomes},
  author={James A. Romano and J. Michael King},
  journal={Military Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={85 - 92}
}
The battlefields of the late 20th century have come to include a significant new health threat: the use of modern chemical weapons. The potential to cause large numbers of serious casualties among deployed and deploying military forces and among civilian populations provides a stark reminder to medical planners of the limits of military and civilian medicine. However, medical countermeasures to these chemical warfare agents (CWAs) have been, and continue to be, developed. These CWAs, their… 
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