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'Virtual Iraq' Game Aims to Help Vets with PTSD

Psychologist Albert "Skip" Rizzo talks about "Virtual Iraq," an immersion therapy video game he created for psychologists treating veterans struggling with PTSD. The game simulates the sights, sounds and smells of combat and allows a patient to re-enter a traumatic situation gradually.

Sue Halpern discusses her recent article about "Virtual Iraq" published in The New Yorker.

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