Helping children cope with disasters and terrorism / edited by Annette M. La Greca .. [and others]
Książka elektroniczna | American Psychological Association | 2002

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Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2002.
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1 online resource (xvii, 446 pages)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Children experiencing disasters: definitions, reactions, and predictors of outcomes / Wendy K. Silverman and Annette M. La Greca -- Assessment of children and adolescents exposed to disaster / Conway Saylor and Virginia DeRoma -- Intervention approaches following disasters / Eric M. Vernberg -- Multicultural issues in the response of children to disasters / Aline E. Rabalais ... [et al.] -- Natural disasters: introduction / Eric M. Vernberg -- Hurricanes and earthquakes / Annette M. La Greca and Mitchell J. Prinstein -- Wilderness area and wildfire disasters: insights from a child and adolescent screening program / Brett M. McDermott and Lyle J. Palmer -- Floods / Gerard A. Jacobs ... [et al.] -- Residential fires / Russell T. Jones and Thomas H. Ollendick -- Human-made and technological disasters: introduction / Michael C. Roberts -- Toxic waste spills and nuclear accidents / Minhnoi C. Wroble and Andrew Baum -- Mass transportation disasters / William Yule ... [et al.] -- Dam break: long-term follow-up of children exposed to the Buffalo Creek disaster / Mindy Korol ... [et al.] -- The traumatic impact of motor vehicle accidents / Joseph R. Scotti ... [et al.] --Acts of violence: introduction / Annette M. La Greca and Wendy K. Silverman -- Shootings, hostage takings, and children / Kathleen Nader and Christine Mello -- The aftermath of terrorism / Robin H. Gurwitch ... [et al.] -- Children under stress of war / Avigdor Klingman -- Children's exposure to community violence / Janis B. Kupersmidt ... [et al.] -- Children and disasters: future directions for research and public policy / Annette M. La Greca ... [et al.].
School shootings. Devastating earthquakes. Severe floods. Deadly motor vehicle crashes. Terrorist attacks. Many communities and individuals endure these and other extraordinary experiences so horrifying in their effects that we call them disasters. Furthermore, the events of September 11, 2001 highlighted the realities of terrorism for most Americans and underscored the importance of understanding how children and adolescents react to disasters and terrorism. The publication of this volume is especially timely given that the tragedies of September 2001 and subsequent events are still too recent to have yielded an empirical perspective on their impact on children, adolescents, and families. This volume reviews the current state of knowledge regarding children's reactions to disaster and terrorism, and provides the background and conceptualization needed for framing mental health interventions and future research efforts. This volume has two purposes. The first is to provide a systematic review of children's and adolescents' reactions to specific disasters and the factors that contribute to those reactions. The second is to review the current state of interventions that have been developed to address children's and adolescents' mental health needs following disasters. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).
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Print version: Helping children cope with disasters and terrorism. Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2002 1557989141 (DLC) 2002020537 (OCoLC)49011303
Helping children cope with disasters and terrorism (print) (DLC) 2002020537 (OCoLC)49011303
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