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Shinobi Shinobi
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A common initial reaction to a catastrophic event is for a person to be
a. composed enough to help others.
b. highly emotional.
c. stunned and emotionally numb.
d. in a state of panic.
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Correct: Any catastrophic event frequently leaves its victims or the community around the victims in a state of severe confusion, in which they are numb, dazed, and stunned.
"We know what we are but not what we may be."  Ophelia in Hamlet

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