After Parkland: What We’ve Learned Tracking School Shootings for Five Years – The Washington Post

Read article - Steven Schlozman, an associate professor of psychiatry, is quoted in an analysis of school shootings over the last five years. “We have very good data that children in proximity to frightening circumstances, such as those that trigger school lockdowns, are at risk for lasting symptoms. These include everything from worsening academic and social progression to depression, anxiety, poor sleep, post-traumatic symptomatology, and substance abuse,” Schlozman said.