Posttraumatic Growth: Positive Changes in the aftermath of Crisis

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Subject Index

A
Abuse
child, 49
sexual, 6, 58, 157-158
Academics, 51
Accidents, 6
Achievement, 50, 53
Active surrendering, 224, 226
Adaptive spirals, 45
Adjustment, 154-156, 159-167, 218, see alsoMental health and well-being Adrenocorticotropin hormone, 47
Aerobic training, 47
Age, 15-16, 113-114
adolescents, 50-51, 54
children, 39, 48-54
elderly, 48, 159, 161-162
middle, 115
AIDS, 6, 102-103, 169, 173
coping, 116, 120
family support, 110
support groups, 103, 111-112, 119
Alcohol abuse, 58
Alcoholics Anonymous, 186-187
Alcoholism, 54, 169
Amnesty, 194-195
Anti-Graffiti Network, Philadelphia, 205-206
Anxiety, 50-51, 172
Apoptosis, 46
Appraisal, 81, 100, 115-116, 167
Argentina, 192
Arousal, 47
Artistic creation, 179, 181, 204
Assessment, 6
interviews, 24-26, 34-35
qualitative, 34-36, 219
reliability, 28-29
self-report, 25-26, 157
time frame, 36-37, 75
validity, 29-32, 66, 218-220
Assumptive worlds, 3, 80-82, 86
Asthma, 55
Asylum reform, 197-198
Avoidance mechanism, 57

B
Basic training, 56
Bearing witness, 181, 192
Behavior problems, 50, 54
Bereavement, 6, 52, 105, 112, 159, 163, 166
Big Five personality traits, 68, 72-74
Bitterness, 57
Boal, Augusto, 206-207, 209
Bonafini, Hebe, 192

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