Displaced adolescents in Croatia: Sources of stress and posttraumatic stress reaction

Ajdukovic, Marina
March 1998
Adolescence;Spring98, Vol. 33 Issue 129, p209
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which explores the sources of stress and psychosocial reactions of adolescents displaced, as a consequence of the war in the Republic of Croatia. Identification of the most frequent stressful events; Information on the method and subjects used in the study; Psychological impact of the war on adolescents; Results of the study.


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