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Combat Stress Reaction

The Enduring Toll of War

Solomon, Zahava

1993, XVI, 284 p.

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In this highly readable text, the author details the findings of an exhaustive series of studies of Isreali combat veterans, documenting the effects of combat stress reaction on mental and physical health, social interaction, and military effectiveness. In addition to providing mental health professionals, trauma victims, and military personnel with an unparalleled source of information, the work's exploration of the cultural, social, and political processes affecting recovery from combat stress reaction offers a unique perspective of contemporary Isreali culture.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Exploration - Front - interaction - stress - trauma

Related subjects » Personality & Social Psychology - Psychology - Psychotherapy & Counseling

Table of contents 

In the Shadow of War. Sisters in Sorrow. Psychological Breakdown on the Battlefield. Naked on Dizengoff. Does the War End When the Shooting Stops? PTSD: The Inner Landscape. From Front Line to Home Front. If At First You Don't Succeed: Military Functioning on the Battlefield. Body and Soul. The Imprint of Trauma. Yet Once More: The Effect of Repeated Wars. Reactivation: Trauma Deepens Trauma. Is Delayed PTSD for Real? Fathers and Sons: The Transgenerational Impact of the Holocaust. Why Don't They Seek Treatment? The Silver Platter. Index.

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