Good in J Good jacket. First edition; dust jacket, in Brodart cover, rubbed/faintly soiled, rubbed/bumped at corners/spine ends, tiny tear at top of back flap; cover corners faintly rubbed, spine ends lightly rubbed/bumped; edges very faintly soiled; rear endpaper creased at bottom corner, rear pastedown very faintly soiled; binding tight; dust jacket, cover, edges and interior intact and clean except as noted.
Very good + in Good + jacket. xvii, 369 p. 24 cm. Mauve cloth hardcover in mauve and black dustjacket. Small hole in cloth of front board, spine tail a bit softened. Small hole in front of jacket, light soiling to rear, small tears to edges. "The contents of this book have been culled from the proceedings, papers, and conferences of the Wayne State University workshops on the late sequelae of massive psychic trauma." Topics: patterns of psychological damage; psychiatric evaluation of emotional disorders in survivors of Nazi persecution (by William G. Niederland); studies of concentration camp survivors; post-traumatic symptomatology and character changes; effect of persecution on adolescents; delayed mourning; forensic psychiatry of schizophrenia in survivors; Carter vs. General Motors Corporation; International problems and the German Restitution Laws; similarities and differences between survivors of the Hiroshima disaster and Nazi persecution; psychotherapy with concentration camp surviviors; rehabilitation in trauma following illness, physical injury, and massive personality damage; etc. Bibliography and index.
369 pages. Softcover. Good condition considering its age. PSYCHOLOGY. The thirty-five participants offer a genuine scientific contribution resulting from their examinations of the survivors of Nazi German concentration camps, the survivors of Hiroshima, and/or the data of their colleagues. Includea an Index. (Key Words: Psychology, Psychiatry, Henry Krystal, Concentration Camps, Hiroshima, Prisoners Of War, Psychic Trauma ).
Very Good. Ex-Professional Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Classic text presents detailed topics covering patterns of psychological damage; problem of the survivor; studies of concentration-camp survivors; dynamicsof post-traumatic symptomatology and character changes; forensic psychiatry of schizophrenia in survivors; psychotherapy with survivors of Nazi persecution; rehabilitation in trauma folowing illness, physical injury, and massive personality damage; clinical observations of the survivor syndrome; etc. 369 pgs. Small stamp on front endpaper and outer edges; small label on lower spine. Minimal shelfwear.
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