Good in J Good jacket. First edition; dust jacket 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.
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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