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Memory, War and Trauma
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9780521887847 - Memory, War and Trauma - By Nigel C. Hunt
Index

Index

Achilles 14

Adler, A. 116

Adjustment disorder of adult life 51

Afghanistan 54, 144

Age of Reason (Sartre) 82

Aggression 11, 57, 59

Aging 140–141

Alcohol 11

Aldwin, C. M. 140

Algerian War 110

All Quiet on the Western Front 19, 163–171

Amdur, R. L. 57

American Psychiatric Association 8, 9, 51, 52, 56

American Psychological Association 92

Amir, A. 84, 87

Amygdala 29, 72, 73

Anderson, C. 26

Androutsopoulou, A. 131

Animal studies 72

Anthony, J. L. 57

Anxiety 11, 56, 57

Apologising 19

Apartheid 109

Appel, K. E. 23

Ardila, A. 76

Armistice Day 104, 185

Arousal, increased 53

Assumptions 62

Asylum, mental 19

Atkinson, P. 45

Atrocities 10, 147–148

Attention 61, 74

Bias 61

Autobiography 119, 125

Autobiographical memory 4

Avoidance 7, 8, 9, 10, 20, 53, 57, 63, 65–66, 67, 69, 78, 149, 154–155, 157, 162, 168, 170, 199

Baars, J. 120

Babington, A. 19, 25, 123

Baddeley, A. 75

Baerger, D. R. 129

Baker, S. L. 18

Balkan Wars 109

Bamburg, M. 43

Barbusse, Henri 105

Barclay, C. R. 69

Barker, C. R. 164

Barker, Pat 20, 105

Barrett, T. W. 155

Barrs, J. 159

Bartlett, Frederick 69, 116, 118, 126, 198

Battle 10, 16

Experience 164–165

Battlefield tour 13, 186–195

Designing 194–195

Battle fatigue 11, 25, 50

Battle neurosis 11

Battle shock 123

Beliefs 10, 62, 64

Shattered 12, 62, 71

Belief systems 67

Belief systems breakdown 10

‘Belmarsh 12’ 54

Belmont Hospital 24

Belper 188

Benowitz, L. I. 76

Bereavement 91

Bertaux, D. 45

Bible 14, 117, 180

Bilsky, W. 121

Blair, Tony 19

War criminal 19

Blessings 82

Blitz 23

Bluck, S. 131

Bolton, D. 62

Bomber Command 26

Bonke, B. 34


Bonne, O. 72

Bornat, J. 120

Bosnia 5, 11, 85, 110

Ethnic cleansing 120

Rapes 38

Bradshaw, S. L. 78

Brain imaging 33–35

Brain scanning 29

Bramson, L. 140

Braun, A. R. 76

Bremner, D. 34, 53, 63, 72, 73, 93, 119

Brett, E. 63

Breuer, Josef 17

Brewer, W. F. 70

Brewin, C. 62, 68, 70, 117, 119, 136, 139

Bricklayer 44

British Army 142

British Empire 124–125

British Expeditionary Force 25

British Psychological Society 70

Code of Ethics 45

Bruner, J. 116, 139, 203

Bryant, R. A. 62

Buchenwald 153

Buckley, T. C. 57, 74

Buddhism 37, 82

Burnell, K. 42, 116, 127, 182, 202

Butler, R. N. 94, 141, 155

Calais 95

Calhoun, L. G. 84, 87, 88

Cannon, W. 7

Cardiovascular system 74

Carlton, C. 111

Case studies 29, 41

Casualties 1–2

Causality 34

Cenotaph 176–177

Cerebral cortex 72, 73

Challenger Disaster 120

Charcot, J. M. 17, 21

Charge of the Light Brigade 16

Charles I 112

Charles II 111

Chemtob, C. 69

Child sex abuse 117

Childhood memories 116

Children 12

Christianity 82, 88, 117

Christianson, S. A. 73

Civil war 110

Civil War (English) 12, 111–112

Civil War (Guatemala) 118

Civil War (Spanish) 25, 117, 156

Civil War (USA) 17, 71

Civilians 11–12, 23, 59

Classical conditioning 26, 67

Client-centred psychotherapy 87

Clifford, Major Henry 17

Clinical assessment 41

Clinician 41, 50

Clipp, E. 86, 141, 168

Cobley, E. 161

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 31, 32, 55, 198

Cognitive processes 61

Cognitive processing 64, 65, 116

See also processing

Cold War 122

Coleman, P. 116, 127, 129, 140, 159

Collective memory 5–6, 97, 98, 99, 103, 105–106, 200

Nature of 105–106

Collective unconscious 105–106

Combat exhaustion 25

Combat exposure 140

Combat fatigue 11

Combat neurosis 50

Commemoration 13, 102, 104, 172–185, 200, 204

Commonwealth War Graves Commission 175–176, 193

Communism 111, 122

Comorbidity 50, 56, 57, 59, 140

Computed Axial Tomography (CAT) 33

Comradeship 11, 77, 144, 150

Concentration camp 99, 118

Conditioned reactions 69

Conditioning 32, 71

Confabulation 118

Confounding variables 30, 32

Confucious 81

Connerton, P. 112

Consciousness 63, 77

Constructive Narrative Perspective (CNP) 92

Content analysis 41

Control, personal 11

Control variable 30

Cook, J. M. 140

Coping 8, 16, 35, 65, 78–79, 96, 116

In All Quiet on the Western Front 168–170

Dissociation 63

Long-term 152–155

Post-war 151–152

Strategies 54

Corbin, J. 41, 164


Cortisol 34

Counterfactuals 70

Courts martial 123

Coward 18, 19

Craiglockhart 20, 161

Crater Cemetery 190, 192

Creamer, M. 64, 65, 69, 78, 170, 199

Crimean War 16, 17, 18, 180

Cromwell, Oliver 112

Cromwell, Ralph Lord 102

Crossley, M. 42, 116

Culture, non-Western 37

Cultural memory 13, 121, 173

Cultural perspective 96

Da Costa, J. M. 17

Dalager, N. A. 54

Dalgleish, T. 117, 119

Daly, R. J. 16

Dambusters 106

Davidson, J. R.T. 147

Davis, C. J. 70

Dayton Agreement 110

D-Day 182

DeDous, J. F. 73

Defence mechanisms 77

Dehumanisation 170

Dependent variable 32

Depersonalisation 63

Depression 11, 12, 56, 57, 58, 59

Depressive rumination 66

Derbyshire 102

Derderian, R. L. 109, 110

De Silva, P. 37

Detachment, feelings of 53

Diagnostic classification system 50

Diagnostic criteria 52, 57

Diana, Princess, death of 120

Dickens, Charles 16

Discourse analysis 42

Dissociation 14, 62–64, 140

Peri-traumatic 63

Dissociative identity disorder 63

Distress, causing 46–47

Dollard, J. 27

Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex 75

Dostoevsky, Fyodor 197

Dreams 106

Dresden bombing 87

Drug treatment 24

DSM 8, 36, 51, 58

DSM-I 51

DSM-II 51

DSM-III 9, 51, 56

DSM-III-R 9, 52

DSM-IV 9, 52, 56

DSM-IV-TR 9, 52

Dunkirk 123

Durkheim, E. 173

Duty of care 48

Earthquake survivors 140

East Germany 111

Political prisoners 62

Eberly, R. E. 74

Eco, Umberto 171

Ehlers, A. 62

Ehrlich, P. 141

Einhorn, B. 111

Elder, G. 86, 141, 168

EMDR 31, 55

Emery, O. B. 76

Emery, P. F. 76

Emotion 62

Emotional images 67

Emotional involvement 48

Emotional numbing 7, 9, 17, 53, 63

Emotional processing 32, 68

Empathy 48

Engdahl, B. E. 74

English 96

Epic poet 100, 115

Erichsen, J. 16

Eriksen, E. H. 94, 141, 167

Ethics 12, 28, 31, 33

Codes 28, 45

Medical 31

Procedures 31–32

Ethnic cleansing 66

Evolutionary 7, 61

Execution 18, 19

Existentialism 77–78, 81, 82, 87, 88

Experiment 32–33

Falaise 153

Falger, P. R. J. 75

Falklands’ War 117

Memorialisation 182–183

False memory 70

Faradism 21

Fatalism 16, 149

Faulkes, Sebastian 105

Favorini, A. 98, 107

Fear conditioning 72, 73

Fear image 67

Fear memory 67

Fear network 68

Fear response 65

Fight or flight 63

Figley, C. 48


Fisler, R. 66, 68, 69, 139, 162, 170

Flashbacks 14, 53, 71

Fletcher, P. C. 75

Foa, E. 53, 57, 65, 68, 119, 150

Foley, M. 174

Folklore 107–108

Fontana, R. 86, 140

Forced march 95

Foy, M. R. 64

Fragments 118

Frankl, V. 83, 88, 163

Frans, O. 54

Fransella, F. 91

Freeman, M. 118

French army 82

Freud, Sigmund 17, 23, 25, 77, 116

Seduction theory 77

Fromholt, P. 155

Frontal lobe

And narrative 75

Fuster, J. M. 75

Future lost 166–168

Gall, Francis 34

Garcie Effect 67

Gardner, R. A. 63

Geary, P. J. 100, 107–108

Gekenyi, M. 59

General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) 142

Gergen, K. 115

Gergen, M. M. 115

German enemy 122

Glencoe 174

Glenn, C. 130

God 88

Goenjian, A. K. 140

Goldberg, D. 142

Gommecourt 192

Government, attitudes towards 144

Graesser, A. C. 120

Graham, B. 110

Graybeal, A. 115

Graylingwell Hospital 26

Great Fire of London 15

Greek tragedy 82

Greening, T. 78

Grounded theory 41, 164

Group conflict 122

Growth, personal 77

Assessing 84–85

And psychotherapy 87

Guernica 117

Guidano, V. F. 91

Guilt 146–147

Gulf War Syndrome 136

Habermas, T. 131

Halbwachs, M. 99, 105–106, 121

Hanley, L. 161

Hanoi Hilton 93

Hargreaves, G. R. 156

Harvey, A. H. 61, 62

Hassan, J. 156

Health and safety culture 49

Heart disease 93

Hellblast Corner 192

Hellfire Corner 190

Henry IV Part One 15

Henry VIII 97

Heritage and commemoration 174–175

Heritage industry 102

Heritage society 102

Herman, J. 9, 58, 77, 117

Herodotus 15, 98

Hesnard, A. 18

Hibberd, D. 21, 162

Hierarchy of needs 82, 87

Hill, J. 62

Hill 60 188

Museum 191

Hill 62 193

Hinchman, H. 122

Hinchman, S. 122

Hippocampus 29, 34, 72

Volume 34, 72

Historians 6

History 3, 6, 44, 97, 99, 173

And memory 199–201

Hitler, Adolf 5, 84

Hysterical blindness 24

Hobsbaum, E. 107–108

Holocaust 4–5, 83, 98, 104, 118

Child survivors 87

Holman, E. A. 63

Holmes, E. A. 68, 70, 119

Holmes, Oliver Wendell 17

Homeostasis 7

Homer 14

Horowitz, M. 40, 51, 64, 78, 142, 199

Horst, R. 68

Horwitz, A. V. 52

Hough, L. B. 76

Humanism 77–78, 87

Hunt, Charles 186, 190–192

Hunt, L. 141

Hunt, Nigel 40, 59, 65, 74, 79, 84, 116, 127, 140, 142, 160, 162, 164, 168

Hutton, P. H. 101–102

Hyperarousal 7, 9, 57

Hypochondria 74


ICD 8, 36, 51, 58

Identity 10–11, 115–116, 132

National and group 172

Iliad 14, 170

Illich, I. 200

Impact of Event Scale (IES) 40, 142

Independent variable 32

Informed consent 46, 47

Insulin treatment 25

Interdisciplinarity 6, 43

Interdisciplinary 13, 80, 118, 196–197

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) 42

Interviewer 43

Training 48

Interviews 29–30, 41–43, 142

Analysis 41–42

Saturation 42

Themes 42

Transcription 42

Intrusion 10, 40, 65, 140

Intrusive recollections 7, 52, 145–148

Intrusive re-experiencing 9, 57

Intrusive reliving 52–53

Intrusive thoughts 58, 71

Iraq War 19, 54, 144

Islam 88

Islamic enemy 122

James, William 114

Janet, Pierre 17, 20, 63, 68, 74, 118, 139

Janoff-Bulman, R. 62

Jelicic, M. 34

Jericho 14

Jesus 82

Jones, E. 20, 22, 23

Jones, R. 182

Joseph, S. 81, 94, 116, 117, 119

Judah, T. 109

Judaism 88

Jung, K. 105–106

Justifiable war 150

Kahana, B. 140

Kaloupek, D. G. 74

Kakierska, K. 111

Kamierska, K. 122

Kang, H. K. 54

Keegan, J. 25

Kenyon, G. M. 159

Kern, D. E. 54

Kihlstrom, J. F. 116, 125

Kilshaw, S. 136

Kirschenbaum, L. 178, 179

Knapp, A. B. 117

Knox, M. 107–108, 174

Kolodner, K. 54

Korean War veterans 142

Kosovo Polye, Battle of 109

Koss, M. P. 70

Krook, D. 163, 170

Kubany, E. S. 147

Kuhnian paradigm shift 21, 34

Labour Party 84

‘Lack of moral fibre’ 26

Lang, P. J. 67

Language structure 120

Last, R. W. 164

Learning theory 67–68

LeDoux, J. E. 72, 73

Lehman, D. R. 70

Leningrad 178–179

Siege of 178

Lennon, J. J. 174

Levine, S. 7

Levinson, M. R. 140

Levitt, H. 90

Lev-Wiesel, R. 84, 87

Liberzon, I. 57

Lieux de mémoire 101, 104, 106–107, 173

Life review 94, 141, 155

Life story 3, 4, 115, 128

Life-threatening 7

Lilienfeld, S. O. 55

Lille Gate 192

Bar and museum 194

Limbic system 72

Lind, C. 129

Linley, A. 81, 94, 116

Lipgar, R. M. 19

Literature 3, 13, 14, 21, 197

As psychological data 161

Trauma 161–171

Logotherapy 88

Longest Day, The 106–107

Lutyens, Edwin 176

Macaskill, N. 116

Macbeth 154

Machine gun 180

MacIntyre, A. 115

Maercker, A. 87

Magnetic Resonance Imaging 29, 33

Functional MRI 33

Maguire, E. A. 75

Mahan, C. M. 54

Malazia, A. L. 72

Malingering 22

Mao, Chairman 1, 5


Marathon, battle of 15

March, J. S. 57

Margorinos, M. 72

Marino, F. 155

Marr, R. A. 75, 76

Marshall, General George 25

Marshall, M. 141

Martin, J. R. 120

Maslow, A. 82, 87

Mason, J. W. 7

Mayes, R. 52

McAdams, D. P. 129

McCabe, A. 43

McCauley, J. 54

McEwen, B. S. 72

McFarlane, A. 57, 64, 79

McHale, S. 160

McNally, R. J. 62

Meaning 78, 85, 88, 115, 116, 163

Making 95

Media 120

Medial prefrontal cortex 72, 76

Mediating variables, protective 140

Medical model 56, 59

Meichenbaum, D. 92

Memorial 101

Bosnia 110

Memorialisation 13, 172–185, 200

Germany 181

Japan 181

Psychological benefits 180

Memories, veterans 144

Memory 2, 96, 201

Active 64

Autobiographical 116

Change 148

Collapse 100

Confabulated 70, 116

Constructed 109

Consummate 145

Coping with 148–155

Emotional 70, 73

Explicit 66, 68, 69, 74, 76, 78

Development 136

Fabricated 117

Fiction 165–166

Flexibility 2–3

Fragmentation 119

Historical 99

Implicit 65, 66, 68, 74, 77

And narrative 160

Personal 99

Reconstruction 116

Recovered 117

Retrospective 145

Social 105–106

Transition to past 103

Memory and History 6, 13, 96, 98

Memory Studies 98

Menchú, Rigoberta 118

Menin Gate 175, 177, 186, 188, 190

Ceremony 192

Menin Road 191

Mental decline 140

‘Mental defeat’ 62

Messines Ridge 188

Meta-analysis 119

Michaels, C. E. 64

Miller, N. 27

Mishler, E. G. 43, 120

Mizes, J. S. 155

Mnemonic battles 122

Mnemonic socialisation 121

Mnemosyne 98

Morale 26

Moskovitz, R. 87

Motivation 82

Motor cortex 72

Mulder, R. T. 63

Murray, J. 63

Museum

Modernisation 189, 194

Myers, Charles 20, 21, 23

Mythology 175

Najarian, L. M. 140

Napoleonic Wars 16

Narcosynthesis 25

Narrative 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 59, 62, 63, 66, 74, 78, 92, 97–98, 197–198, 203

Affect 134

In All Quiet on the Western Front 170

Analysis 42, 45

Change 114

Coherence 128, 129

Measurement 130

Methodology 129

Coherent 137

Complexity 115

Content 129

Critique of methods 45

Cultural 120

Development 79, 125–126

And trauma 126

Disorganised 90, 137

Dissociated 90

Dominant 90

Form 129

Fragmentation 137

Gerontology 159

And growth 95

Identity 159

Individual 173

Integration 134, 135–138

Interview 30

Memory 116

Methods 43–45, 57, 202

Neuroimaging 75

Neuroscience 35, 75

Orientation 133

And past 98

Structure 133

System of personal knowledge 116

Therapy 131

Turn to 116, 203

Narrative Exposure Therapy 32, 117

Narrative growth 89–91

National Memorial Arboretum 183–184, 200

Naziism 84, 111

Neimeyer, R. A. 90

Nemeroff, C. B. 53, 54, 72, 119

Ness, G. J. 116

Network formation 64

Neuropsychological mechanisms 34, 71–74

Neuroticism 74

New Labour 112

NICE Guidelines 31, 54

Nietsche, F. 81

Nightmares 15, 52, 146

Measuring 39

Nineteen Eighty-Four 108

No choice 149–150

Non-fiction fiction 118

Nora, P. 98, 100–101, 106, 109, 173, 199

Noradrenaline 73, 74

Noriega, General 14

Normandy 26

Battlefield 174

Veterans 144, 198

Northern Ireland 110

Nostalgia 16

Notestine, C. F. 72

Not Yet Diagnosed Nervous 22

Novel 3, 125

War 105

Novoa, O. P. 76

Numbing 64

Nutt, D. J. 72

Occupation 122

O'Kearney, R. 119

Olick, J. K. 98

Oral history 6, 107, 121

Oral History 108–109

Oral tradition 100

Orr, S. P. 67

Orwell, George 107–108

Orwellian 122

Owen, Wilfrid 18, 19, 20, 161

Strange Meeting 162

Palestine 5

Pals, J. L. 116

Paradores 102

Paralysis, hysterical 124

Parietal cortex 72

Park, C. 85

Passchendaele 104, 175, 186

Patroclus 14

Pennebaker, J. 91, 115

Pepys, Samuel 15

Perception 61

Perceived benefits 82

Perrott, K. 119

PET scan

See underPositron Emission Tomography

Phobia 58

Phrenology 34

Physical illness 74

Physiological explanation 17

Physiological reactivity 53

Picasso, Pablo 117

PIE (Proximity, Immediacy, Expectancy) 22, 25, 123

PILOTS database 51

Pines, M. 19

Pitman, R. K. 72

Pleasure principle 88

Poetry 20, 152–153

Poland 111, 122, 154

Politics 44

Pol Pot 5

Politics, memory and history 109–113

Population

Bias 47

Representativeness 45, 47

Positive by-products 82

Positive growth 10, 81

Positive readjustment 82

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) 33, 34, 75

Posner, M. I. 74

Posterior cingulate 72

Post-traumatic growth 12, 82, 163

Post-traumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI) 84, 85


Post-traumatic stress disorder 8, 9–10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 22, 27, 33, 35, 50–60, 68, 73, 78, 81, 123, 127, 128, 140, 162, 196, 199

Acute 9, 53

Biological markers 58

Chronic 9, 53, 68

Complex 9, 58

Core assumptions 55

Criterian A 56

Critique 55–58

Delayed onset 9, 53

Diagnostic criteria 76

Factor structure 57

Hybrid disorder 71

Law 54, 55

Measurement of 37

Narratives 119

Neural pathways 72

Ontological status 58

Simple 9, 58

Similar symptoms 18

Potter, J. 42

POW 93, 144, 150

Of Japanese 142–143, 151

Powell, S. 85

Pre-frontal cortex 29, 73

Processing 8, 64, 67, 78, 152–154, 170, 199

Cognitive 20

Cycles with avoidance 79

Propanolol 73

Protestantism 97

Psychiatric

Casualties 18, 21, 25

hospital 18

Psychoanalysis 63

Psychodynamic approaches 76–77

Psychological

Breakdown 18

Perceived permanence of breakdown 26

Problems in battle 18

Psychometric 35, 39

Pynoos, R. S. 140

Quasi-experiments 33, 34

Questionnaires, self-report 29, 35–40, 84, 142

Combat experience 142

Interpretation of 39

Other languages 36

Problems with 94, 95

Scoring 39

World War Two veterans 142–143

Quinlan, M. 172, 176, 178

Quixote, Don 120

Rachman, S. 67

Racists 122

Railway Spine 16

Randall, W. L. 159

Random allocation 31, 32

Randomised Controlled Trials 29, 30–32

Ranger, T. 107

Rape narratives 128

Reach for the Sky 106

Reconciliation 128

Recovery 66, 117

Re-experiencing 52, 161

Refugees 32, 59

Bosnian 70

Refugee camp 31, 32, 38, 47

Reid, J. J. 16, 17

Religion 82, 89

Remarque, Erich Maria 19, 105, 163, 197

Remembrance 102, 107–108, 172

Day 135, 172

Reminders 8

Reminiscence 159

Repertory grid 91

Repression 27, 63

Republika Srpska 110

Research methods 12, 28–49

Retrospective study 33

Rexhaj, B. 125

Riessman, C. K. 45

Rift 58

Riggs, D. S. 68

Right to life 78

Risk assessment 49

Ritualisation and commemoration 173

Rivers, William H. R. 18, 20, 123, 124

Road Back, The (Remarque) 164

Robbins, I. 40, 54, 65, 79, 127, 140, 141, 142, 162, 168

Robin Hood 107

Rogers, C. 87

Rothbaum, B. O. 68, 119

Rosen, E. 55, 57

Rosenheck, A. 86, 140

Rosner, R. 85

Ross, D. 116

Rowlings, C. 141

Royal Air Force 26 142

Royal Marines 142

Royal Navy 142

Rumination 147, 152


Russian enemy 122

Russo-Japanese War 18

Sallyport memorial 183

Salmon, T. W. 20

Sanctuary Wood 190, 191–192

Sargant, W. 24, 26, 27, 123

Sartre, Jean Paul 82

Sassoon, Siegfried 18, 20, 105

Schauer, M. 117

Schemata 64, 69

Schreiber, N. 121

Science 28, 30

Sebald, W. 112

Sedation 25

Sel, R. 63

Self 115

Self-concept 116

Self-exposure (researcher) 47–48

Selye, H. 7

Serbian nationalism 110

Serbs 109

Shakespeare 15, 82, 120

Shalev, A. 64

Shame 62

Shay, J. 13, 15, 162, 170

Shellshock 11, 20, 21, 22, 23, 71, 123, 161

War Office Committee on 23

Shirlow, P. 110

Siddharthe Gautama 82

Sierra Leone Civil War 38

Sigal, J. J. 87

Silver, R. C. 63

Silverman, D. 45

Simms, L. J. 57

Singer, J. A. 125

Situationally accessible memory (SAM) 68, 70

Slater, E. 27

Sloggett, Sir Arthur 22

Smith, T. S. 69

Smith, J. 42

Smokers, social outcasts 122

Social construction 5, 45

Social continuity 105–106

Social discourse 4, 5, 13, 97, 120–124

Social identity 105–106

Sociology 13

Social discourse 114, 198

and individual narrative 159

Social Support 3, 8, 79, 90, 127–139, 155–157, 199

Comrades 156–157

Emotional attachment 158

Perceived 54

Veterans’ associations 157

Wives 156

Sodium amytal 24, 25

Soldiers 59

As family 11

Leaving armed forces 11

Shot 18

‘Soldier's heart’ 17, 71

Something to live for 151

Somme 104, 110, 172

Battlefield 174

Southwick 73

Soviet Union 107–108

Speed 64

Spirituality 88–89

Spiro, A. 140

Squire, C. 115

Srebrenica 110

Stalin, Josef 1, 5, 107–108

Stamm, R. 72, 73, 75

Stamp, G. 175

Stein, N. 130

Stewart, B. S. 111

‘Stiff upper lip’ 26, 159

Stone, Oliver 117, 161

Story 44, 117, 162

Characteristics 130

Comprehension 75

Storytelling 3, 44, 92, 115

Stoyle, M. 111

Strauss, A. 41, 164

Strecker, E. A. 23

Stress 6

Stress response 7

Stress and trauma 7

Stressor criterion 8–9, 52, 56

Stress-related growth 82

Stress-Related Growth Scale 85

Stroop test

Students 38

Substance abuse 12, 57

Suffering 82, 163

Supervisor 48

Surtees, William 16

Survival mechanism 73

Survivor guilt 16

Systematic review 32

Tajfel, H. 122

Tavistock 111

Tedeschi, R. G. 84, 87, 88, 163

Terr, L. 68

Terrorism, Islamic 122

Terrorist threat 54

Text 45


Thalamus 72, 73

‘Thankful villages’ 172

Thatcher, M. 182

Thelen, D. 107–108, 173

Theory

Integrating 50, 79

Therapy 2, 46

Thiepval 110, 175, 177

Thriving 82

Tolstoy, Leo 17

Toulon 18

Tragedy 163

Training 168

Trandel 62

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) 33

Trauma

And aging 13

Narrative 44

Reliving 26

Traumatic exposure 52

Traumatic event 68

Traumatic memory 7, 15, 58, 63, 74, 78, 119, 128

Theories 61

Traumatic neurosis 51, 76, 123

Traumatic stress 2, 116

Traumatic stressor 9, 52, 76

Treatment 2, 54, 201

World War Two veterans 141

Triangulation of research 29

Trimble, M. 14

Troy, siege of 14

Truth and Reconciliation Committee 109

Tsunami 37

Turner, R. J. 155

Two-minute silence 173

Tyne Cot 175, 177, 189, 193

Ulysses 120

Unconscious 77

Universality and cultural specificity 199

Unknown soldier 188

Unknown Warrior 177–178

Ursin, H. 7

USA

Empire 125

Holocaust 5

Psychiatric casualties 123

Validity

Construct 37

Face 38

Validation, questionnaires 36

Van der Hart, O. 68

Van der Kolk, B. 66, 68, 69, 139, 162, 170, 186

Van der Ploeg, H. M. 140

Vauban 187

Verbally accessible memory (VAM) 68, 70

Verbal memories 34

Vermetten, E. 72

Versailles, Treaty of 176

Veterans 79, 113, 128, 129, 138, 200

Treatment 141

Falklands 135

Iraq 134

Vietnam 15, 51, 62, 63, 72, 78

World War One 22

World War Two 40, 44

Vicarious trauma

Vietnam War 27, 51, 123

Films 117, 161

Voluntary participation 46, 47

Waco, siege of 14

War

Normal lives 60

War crimes 109

War criminal, Tony Blair 19

War graves 172

War memorial 105–106, 172

War neurosis 11, 23, 25

War trauma 6, 8, 10, 12, 21, 27, 50, 51, 58, 78, 114, 203

Complexity 38, 60

Ethics 45

Interview 42

Meaning of problem 42–43

Narrative 117

Reconciled 135

War zones 28, 46, 47

Visiting 48

Watson, P. 168

Waugh, M. 144

Weine, S. M. 66, 70

Wellbeing

Storyteller 138

West, Rebecca 105

Western Front 164

Weston, Simon 116

Wetherall, M. 42

Wilkomirski, B. 118

Williams, L. M. 72

Wilson, B. A. 75, 187

Wilson, R. A. 98, 114, 172

Wilson, J. P. 27, 77


Wingfield Manor 102

Wisdom 163

Witchcraft 14

Witnesses 121

Wolfe, J. 74

Women 54, 144

And war 161

Working memory 75, 76

World War One 11, 15, 18, 19, 22, 71, 103–104, 123, 180

Commemoration and memorialisation 112, 175

Poetry 20, 161

Psychiatric services 19, 22

Psychological cause 21

Shellshock 20

Shot for cowardice 123

Treatment 22

Veterans, traumatised 124

War graves 172

World War Two 11, 18, 23, 24, 27, 51, 97, 105–106, 109

Atrocities 110

Bombing Germany 112

Interviewing 144–157

Memories 121

Memory and coping 142–160

Narratives 122

Psychological trauma 123

Researcher knowledge 44

Treatment 27

US veterans 86

Veterans 66, 75, 84, 93, 104, 121, 132, 136, 137, 140, 141, 142, 159

Written accounts 43

Wyre, H. K. 115

Yalom, I. 88

Yealland, L. 21

Yehuda, R. 34, 57, 140

Ypres 186–189

Cloth Hall 190

Museum 194

Zerubavel, E. 121, 122

Zoellner, L. A. 128

Zonnebeke 193–194

36th Ulster Division 110




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