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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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Some health experts contend that grief and stress can become contagious among groups of debriefed workers, increasing rather than reducing the possibility of post-traumatic stress and undermining their natural trauma response strategies.
Most random-assignment studies of individuals who have suffered accidents, assaults, or burns show the same degree of improvement, whether patients were debriefed in a one-on-one session by a therapist or instead received general support or no intervention at all.
During the mishap investigation, several squadron radio intercept officers stated that the mishap pilot had done a similar maneuver when flying with them, but none had debriefed him on their concerns or mentioned anything to squadron leadership.
Cadets should be debriefed about their experiences as a result of playing the game.
Most published studies show that people who are debriefed individually or in groups just after a trauma fare no better than do those who aren't debriefed, say psychologist Richard J.
In cases where the author debriefed officers who were angry at themselves for "freezing," she found that, in fact, this was simply the normal "action-reaction" gap that occurs because the officers can shoot only after the suspect has engaged in behavior that represents a threat.