International Handbook of Human Response to Trauma

International Handbook of Human Response to Trauma

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461368731
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 10/11/2012
Series: Springer Series on Stress and Coping
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
Pages: 477
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

I: Human Response to Trauma: An Evolving Paradigm.
1. The Limiting Effect of Paradigms on the Concept of Traumatic Stress; H. Kudler.
2. On the Social Denial of Trauma and the Problem of Knowing the Past; A.C. McFarlane.
3. History of the Society for Traumatic Stress; S.L. Bloom.
4. An Alternative History of Traumatic Stress; A. Young. II: Trauma and Culture.
5. Cultural Diversity in the Appraisal and Expression of Trauma; B. Hudnall Stamm, M.J. Friedman.
6. Cross-Cultural Differences in the Discourse of Trauma; A. Argenti-Pillen.
7. How History Affects Appraisal of Psychological War Casualties; E. Witztum, M. Kotler.
8. Cultural Identity and Demonization of the Relevant Other: Lessons from the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict; D. Bar On. III: The Victimization of Women and Children.
9. Children: Secondary Victims of Domestic Violence; D. Black, M. Newman.
10. Evaluating the Prevalence and Impact of Domestic Violence; G. Roberts.
11. Collusion and Denial of Childhood Sexual Trauma in Traditional Societies; S. Yuksel.
12. Body Image and Body Recovery; S. Robinson.
13. Deliberate Sexual Torture of Women in War; L. Arcel.
14. The Controversy Concerning Recovered Memory of Traumatic Events; L.S. Brown. IV: Studying the Effects of Trauma Over It's Changing Longitudinal Course.
15. Obstacles to Assessment of PTSD in Longitudinal Research; B.L. Niles, et al.
16. Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Trauma History Assessment; C. Corcoran, et al.
17. Amnesia and its Assessment in Holocaust Survivors; O. Van der Hart, D. Brom.
18. Prospective Studies of the Recently Traumatized; S. Freedman, A.Y. Shalev. V: Neurobiology of HumanResponse to Trauma.
19. Cortisol Functions in PTSD; R. Yehuda.
20. Brain Imaging Studies of PTSD; I. Lieberzon, S.F. Taylor.
21. Sleep and the pathogenesis of PTSD; T.A. Mellman.
22. The Emerging Neurobiology of Dissociative States: Relevance to PTSD; J.H. Krystal, et al. VI: Treating the Survivor in the Acute and Chronic Aftermath of an Adverse Event.
23. Conservation of Resources in Individual and Community Reaction to Traumatic Stress; J. Monnier, S.E. Hobfoll.
24. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for PTSD; E. Meadows, E.B. Foa.
25. Trauma-focused Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Individuals with Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms; R.D. Marshall, et al.
26. Pharmacological Treatment of Trauma-Related Disorders; O. Bonne, A.Y. Shalev.
27. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing; I.V.E. Carlier.
28. Coping and Community Resources in Children Facing Disaster; M. Lahad, et al. VII: Healing Traumatized Societies and Preventing the Cycle of Violence.
29. 'Truth and Reconciliation' Committees in South Africa as Attempts to Heal Racial a Traumatized Society; M. Friedman.
30. The Role of Mental Health Professionals in the War against War; N. Dubrow.
31. The Psychological Cost of Seeking and Granting Asylum; Z. Steel, D. Silove.
Future Perspectives.
Appendix.

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