"Advances in Continuous Traumatic Stress Theory: Traumatogenic Dynamics and Consequences of Intergroup Conflict: The Palestinian Adolescents Case"
written by Ibrahim A. Kira, Jeffrey S. Ashby, Linda Lewandowski, Abdul Wahhab Nasser Alawneh, Jamal Mohanesh, Lydia Odenat,
published by Psychology, Vol.4 No.4, 2013
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