Bibliography on Trans-Generational Transmission of Trauma

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Abraham, N. and Torok, M.(1994). “Secrets and Posterity: The theory of the Transgenerational Phantom “. Pp. 165-169. In: The Shell and the Kernel. The University of Chicago Press.

Ajduković, D. & Čorkalo, D. (2004). “Trust and betrayal in war. In: E. Stover and H. Weinstein (Eds.): My neighbor, my enemy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 287-302.

Ajduković, D. & Čorkalo, D. (2008). Caught between the ethnic sides: Children growing up in a divided postwar community. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 32(4), 337-347.

Albeck, H.J. (1993). “Intergenerational consequences of trauma: Reframing traps in treatment theory: A second generation perspective. In M.O. Williams & J.F. Sommer (Eds.) Handbook of Post-Traumatic Therapy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 106-125.

Ancharoff, M. R., Munroe, J. F., & Fisher, L. M. (1998). “The legacy of combat trauma. In Y. Danieli (ed.) International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma (pp. 257-276). New York: Plenum.

Apprey, M. (2003). “Repairing History:Reworking Transgenerational Trauma”. (Pp.3-27). in: Moss, D. (ed.) Hating in the First Person Plural. Other Press.

Auerhahn, N. C., & Laud, D. (1998). Intergenerational memories of the Holocaust. In Y. Danieli (ed.) International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma (pp. 21-42). New York: Plenum Press.

Bar-On, D., Eland, J., Kleber, R.J., Krell, R., Moore, Y., Sagi, A., Soriano, E.,Suedenfeld, P., Van der Velden, P.G. & Van Ijzendoorn, M.H (1998) Multigenerati
onal perspectives on coping with the Holocaust experience: An attachment perspective for understanding the developmental sequelae of trauma across generations. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 22(2), 315-338.

C. S. Tang (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Assessment of Psychological Trauma & PTSD (pp. 65-88). NY: Springer.

Danieli, Y. (Ed.) (1998). International handbook of multigenerational legacies of trauma. New York: Plenum.

Danieli, Y. (2007). Assessing trauma across cultures from a multigenerational perspective. In J. P. Wilson &

Dekel, R., & Goldblatt, H. (2008). Is there intergenerational transmission of trauma? The case of Vietnam veterans. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 78(3), 281-289.

Dekel, R., & Solomon, Z. (2006). Secondary traumatization among wives of Israeli POWs. Social Psychiatry & Social Epidemiology, 41(1), 27-33.

Etkind, A. (2009). Post-SovieIt Hauntology: Cultural Memory of Soviet Terror. Constellations, 16(1), 182-200.

Faimberg, H. (2005). The Telescoping Of Generations. Pp. 1-18. London: Karnak Books.

Fossion, P., Rejas, M., Servais, L., Pelc, I. & Hirsch, S. (2003). "Family approach with grandchildren of Holocaust survivors," American Journal of Psychotherapy, 57(4), 519-527.

Jablonka E, Raz G. Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance: Prevalence,
mechanisms, and implications for the study of heredity and evolution.
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Kellermann, N.P.F. (1999a) Bibliography: Children of Holocaust survivors. AMCHA, the National Israeli Centre for Psychosocial Support of Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation, Jerusalem.

Kellermann, N.P.F. (1999b) Diagnosis of Holocaust survivors and their children.
Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 36(1), 56-65.

Kellermann, N. (2013). Epigenetic Transmission of Holocaust Trauma, Isr. J.
Psychiatry, Vol 50, No.1, pp 33-39.

Klarić, M., Frančišković, T., Klarić, B., Kvesić, A., Kaštelan, A., Graovac, M., & Lisica, I. D. (2008). Psychological problems in children of war veterans with PTSD. Croatian Medical Journal, 49, 491-508.

Lindy, J. D., & Lifton, R. J. (2001). Beyond Invisible Walls: The Psychological Legacy of Soviet Trauma; East European Therapists and Their Patients. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Levine, A. P. (2015). Trauma and Memory. Berkeley, California: North Atlantic Books.

Luborsky, L., & Crits-Christoph, C. (1997). Understanding Transference: The Core Conflictual Relationship Theme Method (2nd edition). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Matejčić, B. (2009). Cruel Wars Cast Shadow Over Mixed Marriages. Sarajevo: BIRN.

Milić, A. (2011). Bosnians Still Traumatized by War. London: Institute for War & Peace Reporting.

Nader, K. (2007). Culture and the assessment of trauma in youths. In J. P. Wilson & C. S. Tang (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Assessment of Psychological Trauma and PTSD (pp. 169-196). New York: Springer.

Nachmani, G. (2005). Proof of Life: A discussion of Dori Laub’s “Traumatic Shutdown of Narrative and Symbolization. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 41:327-340.

Perry, B.D. (1999) Memories of fear: How the brain stores and retrieves physiological states, feelings, behaviors, and thoughts from traumatic events. In J. Goodwin & R. Attias (Eds.) Images of the Body in trauma. New York: Basic Books.

Rubin, A., & Rhodes, L. (2005). Telling “ Ten percent of the story”:
Narrative and the intergenerational transmission of trauma among Cambodian refugees. In A. M. Georgiopoulos & J. F. Rosenbaum (Eds.),Cross-cultural psychiatry (pp. 157–178). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Seifter Abrams, M. (1999) Intergenerational transmission of trauma: Recent contributions from the literature of family systems approaches to treatment. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 53(2), 225-231.

Scharf, M. (2007). Long-term effects of trauma: Psychosocial functioning
of the second and third generation of Holocaust survivors. Development and Psychopathology, 19, 603–622.

Schwab, G. (2010). Haunting Legacies: Violent Histories and Transgenerational Trauma. Columbia University Press.

Schwab, G.  (2010). Replacement Children; The transgenerational transmission of traumatic loss.pp.118-150. In : Haunting Legacies: Violent Histories and transgenerational trauma. Columbia University Press

Solomon, Z. (1998). Trans-generational effects of the Holocaust: The Israeli research perspective. In Y. Danieli (Ed.), International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma (pp.85-96). NY: Plenum.

Stanivuk, S., Marić, S., & Tauber, C. (2010). Social Reconstruction and Health Towards the Future: Lessons Learned from Eastern Croatia. Vukovar: Center for Work With Psycho-Trauma & Peace.

Van IJzendoorn, M. H., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M. J., & Sagi-Schwartz, A. (2003). Are children of Holocaust survivors less well-adapted? No meta-analytic evidence for secondary traumatization. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 16,459–469.

Van der Kolk B. (1994).The body keeps the score: Memory and the evolving psychobiology of post traumatic stress. Harv Rev Psychiatry;1:253-265.

Van der Kolk, B.A., Roth, S., Pelcovitz, D., Sunday, S., & Spinazzola, J. (2005). "Disorders of extreme stress: the empirical foundation of a complex adaptation to trauma". Journal of Traumatic Stress 18, 389-399.

Volkan, V. (1997) Bloodlines: From ethnic pride to ethnic terrorism. Boulder,Co.: Westview.

Volkan, V. (2002). “Varieties of Transgenerational Transmission”. pp. 27-38. And “History-related Unconscious Fantasies” in: Volkan, V., Ast G., and Greer. The Third Reich in the Unconscious. NY: Burner-Routledge.
Yehuda R, Bierer LM. (2008).Transgenerational transmission of cortisol and PTSD risk. Progr Brain Res;167:121-35.

Zilberfein, F. (1996) Children of Holocaust survivors: Separation obstacles, attachments and anxiety. Social Work and Health Care, 23(3), 35-55

Wardi, D. (1992). “Identification with Death” (pp.88-113) and “Parting from the Role of Memorial Candle” (pp. 213-258) in: Memorial Candles:Children of the Holocaust. Routledge.

Wiseman, H., & Barber, J. (2008). Echoes of Trauma: Relational Themes and Emotions in Children of Holocaust Survivors. New York: Cambridge University Press.