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Effects of population changes on psychological and physiological strain in kibbutz communities

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Correspondence to Dov Eden.

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This study was supported by a Ford Foundation (Israel) Grant B-8(9112) to the first two authors. They wish to acknowledge gratefully the cooperation of Dr. Yaakov Goldschmidt, Director of Heshev, the Inter-kibbutz Unit for Economic Training, for making available the demographic data. Judith Aronson and Mina Westman's able assistance with the data analysis is gratefully acknowledged.

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Shirom, A., Eden, D. & Kellermann, J.J. Effects of population changes on psychological and physiological strain in kibbutz communities. Am J Commun Psychol 9, 27–43 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00896358

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Keywords

  • Social Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Population Change
  • Physiological Strain