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Am J Orthopsychiatry. 2002 Apr;72(2):194-203.

Disorganized reasoning in Holocaust survivors.

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Center for the Study of Child Development, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel. sagi@psy.haifa.ac.il

Abstract

In 2 related studies of nonclinical Israeli samples, the long-term sequelae of traumatic Holocaust experiences were investigated from an attachment perspective. In each study, Holocaust survivors were compared with participants who had not experienced the Holocaust, and their attachment style and state of mind with regard to past and present attachment experiences as well as their state of mind regarding unresolved loss were assessed. In both studies, the Holocaust groups were found to be significantly more inclined to show disoriented thought processes around trauma than were the groups without Holocaust background. From an attachment perspective, the authors showed that even after 50 years, traumatic traces of Holocaust experiences are present in the survivors.

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