Antonius Notes Terror Attacks Can Greatly Influence Mental Health

Updated August 3, 2016

Articles about the mass shootings and other atrocities that have dominated the headlines recently interview Daniel Antonius, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry and director of forensic psychiatry.

“For many people the sense of fear will turn to constructive anger. In the context of such constructive anger, people gain a sense of being in control and feeling more optimistic,” he said

Additionally, Antonius authored opinion pieces on the subject, including one addressing the lone-wolf truck driver who killed 84 people in Nice, France.