The psychological effects of Intifada Al Aqsa: acute stress disorder and distress in Palestinian-Israeli students.

@article{Musallam2005ThePE,
  title={The psychological effects of Intifada Al Aqsa: acute stress disorder and distress in Palestinian-Israeli students.},
  author={Naiera Musallam and Karni Ginzburg and Liat Lev-Shalem and Zahava Solomon},
  journal={The Israel journal of psychiatry and related sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={96-105}
}
The study assesses the effects of exposure to nationality-related and personal stressful events, threat appraisal and coping strategies on level of distress of Palestinian Israeli students. One hundred forty-eight Palestinian Israeli students filled out a battery of questionnaires that tapped their exposure to stressful life events, terrorism and political related violence, their primary and secondary appraisals, and coping strategies. Level of distress was evaluated by (1) acute stress… CONTINUE READING

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