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Multigenerational Perspectives on Coping with the Holocaust Experience: An Attachment Perspective for Understanding the Developmental Sequelae of Trauma across Generations
In this paper, we advance a new approach to the intergenerational transmission of Holocaust experiences, by focusing on attachment theory. The approach is used as a framework for interpretation ofExpand
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Holocaust families: the survivors and their children.
  • R. Krell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Comprehensive psychiatry
  • 1 November 1979
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Erikson's “Components of a Healthy Personality” among Holocaust Survivors Immediately and 40 Years after the War
This study assessed the degree to which Holocaust survivors have dealt successfully with the eight psychosocial crises thought by Erikson (1959) to mark important stages in life-span development. InExpand
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Structural Aspects of Survivors' Thinking About the Holocaust
Videotaped interviews of 30 Holocaust survivors were scored for integrative complexity, the recognition of alternate perspectives or dimensions of a topic (“differentiation”) and the jointExpand
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The effects of sibling death on the surviving child: a family perspective.
The death of a child invariably affects the family, who in effect become survivors. Adaptations are made in order to secure a new family equilibrium attendant upon such a loss. Surviving siblings notExpand
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Morphological and allozyme variability in honey bees from Kenya
Quarante-trois echantillons d'abeilles (Apis mellifera L) ont ete preleves dans les montagnes et les savanes du Kenya (fig 1). Des mesures morphometriques ont ete faites sur 15 abeilles parExpand
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Coping strategies in the narratives of Holocaust survivors
Abstract Although the memories of Holocaust survivors have been explored in a vast number of autobiographical, biographical, and clinical publications, there has been very little application ofExpand
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Child Survivors of the Holocaust — Strategies of Adaptation *
  • R. Krell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne…
  • 1 August 1993
Child survivors have only recently been recognized as a developmentally distinct group with psychological experiences different from older survivors. The wartime circumstances of Nazi persecutionExpand
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Marital therapy of couples in which the husband is a physician.
  • R. Krell, J. Miles
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of psychotherapy
  • 1 April 1976
This paper is concerned with the therapeutic problems posed by the troubled "medical" marriage. Based on the authors' clinical experiences, certain common characteristics of these marriages areExpand
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