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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Psychological Effects of Shell Shock Frontal Lobe:-Controls Speech-Leadership-Counseling Parietal Lobe:-Controls Reading-Taste-Recognition Temporal Lobe:-Controls Smell-Able to make music-Awareness Occipital Lobe:-Controls Sight Cerebellum:-Controls Muscle Movement If soldiers who returned fromcombat in future wars experienced an anomaly in these categories, doctors would know what portion of the brain had undergone 'Shell Shock.' double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Doctors had originally failed to isolate the cause of Shell Shock. Originally it was considered to be from toxic exposure or head injury. Soldiers would come home with physical and mental "ticks." Psychological Effect Psychological Effect Sources - Jones, E. (2014, August 19). Psychological Wounds of Conflict: The Impact of World War One. Retrieved November 19, 2014, from Jones, E. (2007, November 1). Shell Shock and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Historical Review. Retrieved November 20, 2014, from Copping, J. (2014, January 16). WW1 dead and shell shock figures 'significantly underestimated. Retrieved November 18, 2014. When Soldiers were affected by Shell Shock,these are the side-effects: Facial Ticks. Loss of Sight. Inability to speak properly. Can't be aware of the situation. Unable to recognize faces.
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