Psychological responses to continuous terror: a study of two communities in Israel.

  title={Psychological responses to continuous terror: a study of two communities in Israel.},
  author={A. Shalev and Rivka Tuval and Sarah Frenkiel-Fishman and H. Hadar and S. Eth},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  volume={163 4},
  • A. Shalev, Rivka Tuval, +2 authors S. Eth
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • OBJECTIVE The authors evaluated psychological responses to continuous terror. METHOD Data were collected after 10 months of escalating hostilities against civilians in Israel. The study's participants were randomly selected adults living in two suburbs of Jerusalem, one frequently and directly exposed to acts of terrorism (N=167) and the other indirectly exposed (N=89). Participants provided information about exposure to terror-related incidents, disruption of daily living, symptoms of… CONTINUE READING
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