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    Is Terror Gender-Blind? Gender Differences in Reaction to Terror Events

    Solomon, Zahava, Marc Gelkopf, and Avraham Bleich. 2005. "Is Terror Gender-Blind? Gender Differences in Reaction to Terror Events." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 40 (12): 947-954.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Men, Health, Mental Health, PTSD, Trauma, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Terrorism Regions: Africa, MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Israel Keywords: terrorism, posttraumatic stress disorder, mental health, depression

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    Gender Differences in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder among Primary Care Patients after the World Trade Center Attack of Sept 11, 2001

    Weissman, Myrna M., Yuval Neria, Amar Das Adriana Feder, Carlos Blanco, Rafael Lantigua, Shea Steven, Raz Gross, Marc J. Gameroff, Daniel Pilowsky, and Mark Olfson. 2005. "Gender Differences in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder among Primary Care Patients after the World Trade Center Attack of September 11, 2001." Gender Medicine 2 (2): 76-87.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Health, Mental Health, PTSD, Trauma, Terrorism Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: posttraumatic stress disorder, terrorism, depression, substance abuse, mental health

  3. Research

    Gender Group Differences in Coping with Chronic Terror: The Israeli Scene

    Zeidner, Moshe. 2006. "Gender Group Differences in Coping with Chronic Terror: The Israeli Scene." Sex Roles 54 (3): 297-310.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Health, Mental Health, PTSD, Trauma, Terrorism, Violence Regions: MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Israel Keywords: trauma, mental health, posttraumatic stress disorder, female civilians, male civilians

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