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Readers who have recently published or have seen a new article on a traumatic stress topic can have it listed here by sending a copy to Art Blank, Jr., MD, 8 Carderock Ct., Bethesda, MD 20817. If you have recently authored or seen a relevant book, please send a publisher's brochure or other material describing the book.

The following references were published in 1997, unless otherwise noted.

Articles

Amir M, Kaplan Z and Kotler M: Coping styles in post-traumatic disorder patients. Personality and Individual Differences 23(3): 399.

Bisson JI, Jenkins PL and Bannister C: Randomised controlled trial of psychological debriefing for victims of acute burn trauma. Brit. J. Psychiatry 171: 78.

Blumenfield A, Kluger Y and Rivkind A: Combat trauma life support training versus the original advanced trauma life support course: The impact of enhanced curriculum on final student scores. Military Med. 162(7): 463.

Burman E: Telling stories: psychologists, children and the production of 'false memories.' Theory & Psychology 7(3): 291.

Clark CC: Posttraumatic stress disorder: how to support healing. Am. J. Nursing 97(8): 26.

Delahanty DL, Herberman HB and Baum A: Acute and chronic distress and posttraumatic stress disorder as a function of responsibility for serious motor vehicle accidents. J. Consulting & Clin. Psychol. 65(4): 560.

Ford JD, Fishe P and Larson L: Object relations as a predictor of treatment outcome with chronic posttraumatic stress disorder. J. Consulting & Clin. Psychol. 65(4): 547.

Gerdes KE: Long-term AFDC mothers and posttraumatic stress syndrome: is there a connection? Affilia 12(3): 359.

Gold SN and Brown LS: Therapeutic responses to delayed recall: beyond recovered memory. Psychotherapy 34(2): 182.

Hamner MB: Psychotic features and combat-associated PTSD. Depression & Anxiety 5: 34.

Hayden SR, Barton ED and Hayden M: Domestic violence in the emergency department: How do women prefer to disclose and discuss the issues? J. Emergency Med. 15(4): 447.

Henry J: System intervention trauma to child sexual abuse victims following disclosure. J. Interpersonal Violence 12(4): 499.

Karon BP and Widner AJ: Repressed memories and World War II: Lest we forget! Prof. Psychology, Res. & Practice 28(4): 338.

Keane TM, Taylor KL and Penk WE: Differentiating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from major depression (MDD) and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). J. Anxiety Disorders 11(3): 317.

Loftus EF: Creating false memories. Scientific American 277(3): 70

Madden RG and Parody M: Between a legal rock and a practice hard place: Legal issues in "recovered memory" cases. Clin. Soc. Work J. 25(2): 223.

March JS, Amaya-Jackson L and Costanzo P: Posttraumatic symptomatology in children and adolescents after an industrial fire. J. Am. Acad. Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 36(8): 1080.

Mayou RA and Smith KA: Post traumatic symptoms following medical illness and treatment. J. Psychosomatic Res. 43(2): 121.

Mollica RF, Poole C and Tor S: Effects of war trauma on Cambodian refugee adolescents' functional health and mental health status. J. Am. Acad. Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 36(8): 1098.

Morgan CA, Grillon C and Southwick SM: Startle reflex abnormalities in women with sexual assault-related posttraumatic stress disorder. Am. J. Psychiatry 154(8): 1076.

Phillips ME, Bruehl S and Harden RN: Case report -- Work-related Post-traumatic stress disorder: use of exposure therapy in work-simulation activities. Am. J. Occupational Therapy 51(8): 696.

Pike BR and Hamm RJ: Activating the posttraumatic cholinergic system for the treatment of cognitive impairment following traumatic brain injury. Pharmacol., Biochem. & Behavior 57(4): 785.

Prigerson HG, Shear M and Reynolds CF: Traumatic grief: A case of loss-induced trauma. Am. J. Psychiatry 154(7): 1003.

Ratican KL: A symptom-focused hypnotic approach to accessing and processing previously repressed/dissociated memories. J. Child Sexual Abuse 5(2): 17.

Schacter DL, Verfaellie M and Anes MD: Illusory memories in amnesic patients: conceptual and perceptual false recognition. Neuropsychol. 11(3): 331.

Shabad P: Trauma and innocence: From childhood to adulthood and back again. Contemporary Psychoanalysis 33(3): 345.

Shalev AY, Freedman S, Peri T et al. Predicting PTSD in trauma survivors: Prospective evaluation of self reports and clinician administered instruments. Brit. J. Psychiatry, vol. 170 (June 1997): 558.

Sorscher N and Cohen LJ: Trauma in children of Holocaust survivors: Transgenerational effects. Am. J. Orthopsychiatry 67(3): 493.

Southwick SM, Krystal JH and Charney DS: Noradrenergic and serotonergic function in posttraumatic stress disorder. Arch. Gen. Psychiatry 54(8): 749.

Stanton M: U-turn on memory lane. Columbia Journalism Rev. 36(2): 44.

Stein MB, Walker JR and Forde DR: Full and partial posttraumatic stress disorder: Findings from a community survey. Am. J. Psychiatry 154(8): 1114.

Stephens C, Long N and Miller I: The impact of trauma and social support on posttraumatic stress disorder: A study of New Zealand police officers. J. Criminal Justice 25(4): 303.

Tabachnick BG and Pope KS: Therapist-responses to recovered and never-forgotten memories of child sex abuse: A national survey of licensed psychologists. Violence Against Women 3(4): 348.

Tauber Y and van der Hal E: Transformation of perception of trauma by child survivors of the Holocaust in group therapy. J. Contemporary Psychotherapy 27(2): 157.

Van Ommeren M: Culture, trauma and psychotrauma programmes. The Lancet 350(9077): 595.

Wintgens A, Boileau B and Robaey P: Posttraumatic stress symptoms and medical procedures in children. Canadian J. Psychiatry --Revue Canadien 42(6): 611.

Zola SM: The Neurobiology of recovered memory. J. Neuropsychiatry & Clin. Neurol. 9(3): 449.

Books

Blanchard EB and Hickling EJ: After the Crash: Assessment and Treatment of Motor Vehicle Accident Survivors, Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.