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Chapter 1. Introduction 1 Simon Wessely and Valery N. Krasnov THE BACKGROUND Chapter 2.Introduction to and Mitigation of Psychological Effects of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) 9 Ross H. Pastel and Elspeth Cameron Ritchie Chapter 3. Emergency, Disaster, and Catastrophe: A Typology with Implications for Terrorism Response 25 Thomas A. Glass Chapter 4. Cultural Precursors and Psychological Consequences of Contemporary Western Responses to Acts of Terror 37 Bill Durodid Chapter 5. Towards a Public Mental Health Approach to Terror 55 Johan M. Havenaar and Evelyn J. Bromet Chapter 6. Effects of Fear and Anger on Perceived Risks of Terrorism: A National Field Experiment 67 Jennifer S. Lerner Roxana M. Gonzalez, Deborah A. Small and Baruch Fischhoff Chapter 7. Threats, Chemicals and Bodily Symptoms: A Psychological Perspective 81 Omer Van den Bergh THE RUSSIAN PERSPECTIVE Chapter 8. Immediate Interventions - The Experience of the Emergency Mental Health Service of EMERCOM of Russia 93 Sergei Aleksanin Chapter 9. Social, Community and Individual Responses to Terrorist Attacks 97 Valery N. Krasnov Chapter 10. Approaches to the Study of Suicide Terrorism: A Perspective from Russia 107 Valery N. Krasnov Chapter 11. Cross-Confessional Investigation of Religious Visions of the World in the Context of the Fight against Terrorism 115 Victor E Petrenko and Anna I. Yartseva Chapter 12. Special Features of Emergency Psychological Assistance during Acts of Terrorism 125 Yulia S. Shoigu Chapter 13. Perception and Experiencing of "Invisible Stress" (in Relation to Radiation Incidents 129 Nadejda V Tarabrina Chapter 14. Can We Improve the Psychological Tolerance of Populations to Chemical and Biological Terrorism? 137 Vassily Yastrebov Chapter 15. Stockholm Effects and Psychological Responses to Captivity in Hostages Held by Suicidal Terrorists 139 Anne Speckhard, Nadejda Tarabrina and Natalia Mufel THE AFTERMATH Chapter 16. Tracking the Social Dynamics of Responses to Terrorism: Language, Behavior, and the Internet 159 James W Pennebaker and Cindy K. Chung Chapter 17. Treatment of Trauma Survivors with Acute Stress Disorder: Achievements of Systematic Outreach 171 Arieh Y Shalev, Sara Freedman, Yossef sraeli-Shalev, Sarah Frenkiel-Fishman and Rhonda Adessky Chapter 18. Short and Long Term Psychological Reactions to Terrorism: The Role of Information and the Authorities 185 Simon Wessely Chapter 19. Responding to Chemical, Biological, or Nuclear Terrorism: The Indirect and Long-Term Health Effects May Present the Greatest Challenge 191 Kenneth C. Hyams, Frances Murphy and Simon Wessely Chapter 20. Societal Responses to New Terrorism 205 Ben Sheppard APPENDICES Chapter 21. Appendix 1. Conclusions of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Social and Psychological Consequences of Chemical and Biological Terrorism Brussels, Belgium, 25-27 March 2002 223 S. Wessely and V Krasnov Chapter 22. Appendix 2. Guidelines for Communicating the Risk of Chemical, Biological or Nuclear Terrorism: How to Inform the Public, Improve Resilience and not Generate Panic 233 S. Wesselv. B. Fischhoffand V Krasnov