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This book addresses key issues relating to war-induced stress experienced by different Israeli populations during the Gulf War. Author Zahava Solomon presents results of extensive studies on various stress indicators; how families cope with stess; gender differences in coping with stressors; and studies on children during and after the war. She also provides a unique insight into the role of Israel's mental health professionals during the war.
The War that Was not a War. The General Population: From High Stress to Moderate Habituation. Forced Intimacy: The Israeli Family in the Gulf War. Men and Women at War. Children in the Line of Fire. Holocaust Survivors in the Gulf War. The Evacuees. Psychiatric Patients: Stressed, Buffered, or Forced to Cope? Soldiers in Restraint. Mental Health Professionals in the Public Arena. Index.