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Abraham Sagi-Schwartz

Dean of Social Sciences

Haifa University

HQ Phone:  (416) 972-9400

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Haifa University

400 Walmer Road Suite 1921

Toronto, Ontario,M5P 2X7

Canada

Company Description

The Haifa Foundation (est. 1983) is a charitable non-profit organization in Israel, whose projects benefit from the support of friends around the globe. In Canada, it is represented by the Canadian Committee for the Haifa Foundation. The Haifa Foundation mis... more.

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Director of the Center for the Study of Child Development

University of Haifa


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University of Utah


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Social Work Today - News

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"The psychological scars of Holocaust survivors are evident in their continued experience of posttraumatic symptoms, but these experiences have not necessarily prevented their ability to adapt to day-to-day life," says coauthor Dr. Abraham Sagi-Schwartz, a dean of social sciences at Haifa University, Israel.


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"The psychological scars of Holocaust survivors are evident in their continued experience of post-traumatic symptoms, but these experiences have not necessarily prevented their ability to adapt to day-to-day life," said co-author Abraham Sagi-Schwartz, a dean of social sciences at Haifa University, Israel.
Article: "Surviving the Holocaust: A Meta-Analysis of the Long-Term Sequelae of a Genocide," Efrat Barel, University of Haifa and the Max Stern Academic College of Emek Yezreel; Marinus H. Van IJzendoorn, Leiden University; Abraham Sagi-Schwartz, University of Haifa; Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, Leiden University; Psychological Bulletin, Vol.


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"The psychological scars of Holocaust survivors are evident in their continued experience of post-traumatic symptoms, but these experiences have not necessarily prevented their ability to adapt to day-to-day life," co-author Abraham Sagi-Schwartz, a dean of social sciences at Haifa University, said in the news release.


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Abraham Sagi-Schwartz
University of Haifa


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"- Abraham (Avi) Sagi-Schwartz, University of Haifa


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