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HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS' DELAY IN CHILD REARING AND THE PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH OF THEIR CHILDREN

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The delay in child rearing on the part of Holocaust survivors and its impact on the psychological health of their children was examined using meta-regression techniques. A negative relationship was found between anxiety and depression and delay in child rearing. Specifically, a longer time lapse appears to relate to lower levels of depression and anxiety. Findings relating to paranoia were contrary to this pattern, but, this may have been a result of insufficient data. The positive effects of resolution of mourning as well as removal from immigration experiences are proposed as possible explanations.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: School of Psychology and Counseling, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane Queensland Australia

Publication date: March 1, 2005

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