Charles Myers
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World War One: The man who coined "shell shock"

Cambridge psychologist and Army medical officer, Charles Myers, was the first person to use the phrase "shell shock" almost 100 years ago.

He published his findings in The Lancet in 1915 and his work led to a change in the way such patients were treated.

The BBC's Chris Bond takes a look back at his life.

  • 01 Jun 2014
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