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The unbroken soul : tragedy, trauma, and human resilience / edited by Henri Parens, Harold P. Blum, and Salman Akhtar.

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    Other Title
    (38th :
    (34th :
    Series
    Margaret S. Mahler series
    Margaret S. Mahler series.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Lanham, Md. : Jason Aronson, ©2008
    Contents
    The biopsychosocial miracle of resilience: an overview / Salman Akhtar and Glenda Wrenn
    Children in war and their resiliences / Boris Cyrulnik
    Some thoughts on psychic trauma and its treatment / Melvin Singer
    Resilience: accommodation and recovery / Henry Krystal
    On genocidal persecution and resilience / Ira Brenner
    An autobiographical study of resilience: healing from the Holocaust / Henri Parens
    Resilience, sublimation, and healing: reactions to a personal narrative / Barbara Shapiro
    Psychological and biological factors associated with resilience to stress and trauma / Steven Southwick, Fatih Osbay, and Linda C. Mayes
    From trauma to resilience / Susan C. Adelman
    Resilience and its correlates / Harold P/ Blum.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Parens, Henri, 1928-
    Blum, Harold P., 1929-
    Akhtar, Salman, 1946 July 31-
    Margaret S. Mahler Symposium on Child Development (38th : 2007 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
    Margaret S. Mahler Symposium on Child Development (34th : 2003 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
    Notes
    "Chapters in this volume were presented at two Margaret S. Mahler Symposia on Child Development held annually in Philadelphia"--Page vii.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The biopsychosocial miracle of resilience: an overview / Salman Akhtar and Glenda Wrenn -- Children in war and their resiliences / Boris Cyrulnik -- Some thoughts on psychic trauma and its treatment / Melvin Singer -- Resilience: accommodation and recovery / Henry Krystal -- On genocidal persecution and resilience / Ira Brenner -- An autobiographical study of resilience: healing from the Holocaust / Henri Parens -- Resilience, sublimation, and healing: reactions to a personal narrative / Barbara Shapiro -- Psychological and biological factors associated with resilience to stress and trauma / Steven Southwick, Fatih Osbay, and Linda C. Mayes -- From trauma to resilience / Susan C. Adelman -- Resilience and its correlates / Harold P/ Blum.

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    English
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    ISBN
    9780765705884
    0765705885
    9780765705891
    0765705893
    Physical Description
    vii, 200 pages ; 24 cm.

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