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Volume 22, Number 5, 4 July 2017

Individual and Collective Posttraumatic Growth in Victims of Natural Disasters: A Multidimensional Perspective
pp. 371-384(14)
Authors: Wlodarczyk, Anna; Basabe, Nekane; Páez, Dario; Villagrán, Loreto; Reyes, Carlos

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Coping Strategies and Resolution in Mothers of Children With Cerebral Palsy
pp. 385-395(11)
Authors: Krstić, Tatjana; Mihić, Ljiljana; Oros, Marina

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Relationships in Families after a Family Member’s Death: A Qualitative Metasynthesis
pp. 396-411(16)
Authors: Kasahara-Kiritani, Mami; Kikuchi, Ryota; Ikeda, Mari; Kamibeppu, Kiyoko

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Exposure, Loss, and Support Predicting the Dimensions of Posttsunami Trauma
pp. 427-439(13)
Authors: Suar, Damodar; Sekhar Das, Sitanshu; Alat, Priya; Kumar, Rajeev

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The Association Between Sense of Humor and Trauma-Related Mental Health Outcomes: Two Exploratory Studies
pp. 440-452(13)
Authors: Boerner, Michaela; Joseph, Stephen; Murphy, David

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Posttraumatic Growth Among Australian Farming Women After a Flood
pp. 453-463(11)
Authors: Carra, Kylie A.; Curtin, Michael

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