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Spätfolgen bei alternden Überlebenden des Holocaust: Eine empirisch-statistische Untersuchung

  • Shalom Robinson
  • Judith Rapaport
  • Rimona Durst
  • Michal Rapaport
  • Paola Rosca
  • Sara Metzer
  • Liana Zilberman

Zusammenfassung

Der überwiegende Teil der Forschung über Holocaust-Überlebende bezieht sich auf klinische Populationen oder auf Überlebende, die einen Entschädigungsantrag gestellt haben. Von den vielen Studien an solchen Populationen will ich hier nur die Arbeiten von W.von Baeyer et al. (1964); Matussek (1971); und Nathan et al. (1964) erwähnen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shalom Robinson
  • Judith Rapaport
  • Rimona Durst
  • Michal Rapaport
  • Paola Rosca
  • Sara Metzer
  • Liana Zilberman

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