Meaning of traumatization in English:

traumatization

noun

(British traumatisation)

See traumatize

‘My analysis did not support the view (which I had prior to doing the research) that religion and other ideological factors act as ‘buffers’ against traumatization.’
  • ‘Because the size and scope of this attack and the potential for serious traumatisation is unprecedented in this country, the HHS commitment is long-term.’
  • ‘The previous experience of overwhelming stress experience and pre-existing traumatization might lead to different degrees of post-traumatic stress disorder and affect the cardiovascular system, brain morphology, and cognition.’
  • ‘In addition to the second-hand traumatization of hearing hour upon hour of human misery, there are expectations that accompany such intimate sharing.’
  • ‘Many refugees suffer from the results of both traumatization and uprooting.’