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  • 6 tables
  • Page extent: 548 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.888 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 362.196/8521
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: RA552.P67 U53 2007
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder--Social aspects
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder--Physiological aspects
    • Stress Disorders, Traumatic
    • Cross-Cultural Comparison

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Contents

List of Figures page xi
List of Tables xiii
List of Contributors xv
Foreword by Robert Jay Lifton xix
Preface xxiii
List of Abbreviations xxvii
    Introduction: Inscribing Trauma in Culture, Brain, and Body 1
    Laurence J. Kirmayer, Robert Lemelson, and Mark Barad  
SECTION I: NEUROBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRAUMA 21
1.   Neurobiological and Neuroethological Perspectives on Fear and Anxiety 27
    Vinuta Rau and Michael S. Fanselow  
2.   Some Biobehavioral Insights into Persistent Effects of Emotional Trauma 41
    Mark E. Bouton and Jaylyn Waddell  
3.   Learning Not to Fear: A Neural Systems Approach 60
    Gregory J. Quirk, Mohammed R. Milad, Edwin Santini, and Kelimer Lebrón  
4.   Mechanisms of Fear Extinction: Toward Improved Treatment for Anxiety 78
    Mark Barad and Christopher K. Cain  
5.   Developmental Origins of Neurobiological Vulnerability for PTSD 98
    Rosemary Bagot, Carine Parent, Timothy W. Bredy, Tieyuan Zhang, Alain Gratton, and Michael J. Meaney  
6.   Does Stress Damage the Brain? 118
    J. Douglas Bremner  
7.   Somatic Manifestations of Traumatic Stress 142
    Emeran A. Mayer  
SECTION II: CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRAUMA 171
8.   Cognitive Behavioral Treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 178
    Elna Yadin and Edna B. Foa  
9.   PTSD Among Traumatized Refugees 194
    J. D. Kinzie  
10.   PTSD: A Disorder of Recovery? 207
    Arieh Y. Shalev  
11.   The Developmental Impact of Childhood Trauma 224
    Bessel A. van der Kolk  
12.   Adaptation, Ecosocial Safety Signals, and the Trajectory of PTSD 242
    Derrick Silove  
13.   Religion and Spirituality After Trauma 259
    James K. Boehnlein  
14.   Posttraumatic Suffering as a Source of Transformation: A Clinical Perspective 275
    Cécile Rousseau and Toby Measham  
SECTION III: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRAUMA 295
15.   Trauma, Adaptation, and Resilience: A Cross-Cultural and Evolutionary Perspective 300
    Melvin Konner  
16.   Bruno and the Holy Fool: Myth, Mimesis, and the Transmission of Traumatic Memories 339
    Allan Young  
17.   Failures of Imagination: The Refugee’s Predicament 363
    Laurence J. Kirmayer  
18.   Trauma, Culture, and Myth: Narratives of the Ethiopian Jewish Exodus 382
    Gadi BenEzer  
19.   Posttraumatic Politics: Violence, Memory, and Biomedical Discourse in Bali 403
    Leslie Dwyer and Degung Santikarma  
20.   Terror and Trauma in the Cambodian Genocide 433
    Alexander Hinton  
21.   Trauma in Context: Integrating Biological, Clinical, and Cultural Perspectives 451
    Robert Lemelson, Laurence J. Kirmayer, and Mark Barad  
    Epilogue: Trauma and the Vicissitudes of Interdisciplinary Integration 475
    Laurence J. Kirmayer, Robert Lemelson, and Mark Barad  
Glossary 491
Index 497

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