Psychologists Fear Long-term Mental Health Toll In Japan04:46
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Survivors of the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan showed great stoicism. They were quick to help each other and reluctant to complain, following Japanese customs of politeness and reserve. But psychologists there are worried that not talking about the disaster could lead to long-term mental health problems. The BBC's Japan correspondent Roland Buerk reports.

This segment aired on May 6, 2011.

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