Publications // Exposure to Political Violence

Canetti, Daphna. Russ, Eric. Luborsky, Judith. Hobfoll, E. Stevan. (2014). Inflamed by the Flames? The Impact of Terrorism and War on Immunity. Journal of Traumatic Stress.

Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan. Canetti Daphna. Rapaport, Carmit. (2014). Conflict will Harden your Heart: Exposure to Violence, Psychological Distress, and Peace Barriers in Israel and Palestine. British Journal of Political Science(Download PDF)

Longo, Matthew . Canetti, Daphna. Hite, Nancy (2013). A Checkpoint Effect? Evidence from a Natural Experiment on Travel Restrictions in the West Bank. American Journal of Political Science
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Kane, J. C., Rapaport, C., Zalta, A. K., Canetti, D., Hobfoll, S. E., & Hall, B. J. (2014). Regular drinking may strengthen the beneficial influence of social support on depression: Findings from a representative Israeli sample during a period of war and terrorismDrug and alcohol dependence.‏ (Download PDF)

Canetti, Daphna. Hall, J. Brian, Rapaport, Carmit, Wayne, Carly (2013). Exposure to terrorism and Political extremism: a stress-based processEuropean Psychologist

Canetti, Daphna, Rapaport, Carmit, Wayne, Carly, Hall, Brian, Hobfoll, Stevan (2013). An Exposure Effect? Evidence from a Rigorous Study on the Psycho-political Outcomes of Terrorism. in The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears. Samuel Justin Sinclair and Daniel Antonius, eds. New York: Oxford University Press..

Heath, M. Nicole, Hall, Brian. Canetti, Daphna. Hobfoll, E. Stevan (2012). Exposure to Political Violence, Psychological Distress, Resource Loss, and Benefit Finding as Predictors of Domestic Violence among PalestiniansPsychological Trauma.

Hobfoll Stevan E.; Hall, Brian J.; Canetti Daphna. (2012). Political Violence, Psychological Distress, and Perceived Health: A Longitudinal Investigation in the Palestinian Authority . Psychological Trauma  4  (1),  9-21

Heath, Nicole, Hall, Brian, Canetti, Daphna, Russ, Eric, Hobfoll, Stevan, E (2012). Reciprocal Relationships between Resource Loss and Psychological Distress Following Exposure to Political Violence: An Empirical Investigation of COR Theory’s Loss SpiralsAnxiety, Stress & Coping.

Canetti, Daphna, Rapaport, Carmit, Wayne, Carly, Hall, Brian, Hobfoll, Stevan (2012). An Exposure Effect? Evidence from a Rigorous Study on the Psycho-political Outcomes of Terrorism. in The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears. Samuel Justin Sinclair and Daniel Antonius, eds. New York: Oxford University Press..

Hobfoll, Stevan E., Mancini, Anthony, Hall, Brian, Canetti, Daphna, Bonanno, George, A. (2011). The Limits of Resilience: Distress Following Chronic Political Violence among Palestinians. Social Science and Medicine 72 (8), 1400-1408.

Hobfoll, E. Stevan, Johnson, J. Robert, Canetti, Daphna, Palmieri, Patrick, Hall, J. Brian, Lavi, Iris (2011). Can People Remain Engaged and Vigorous in the Face of Trauma? Palestinians in the Palestinian AuthorityPsychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes 75(1), 60-75.


Canetti, Daphna. Galea, Sandro. Hall, J. Brian. Robert J. Johnson. Palmieri, A. Patrick, Hobfoll, E. Stevan (2010). Exposure to prolonged socio-political conflict and the risk of PTSD and Depression among PalestiniansPsychiatry - Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 73(3), 219-232.

Canetti, Daphna. Hobfoll, E. Stevan. Pedahzur, Ami. Zaidise, Eran (2010). Much Ado about Religiosity: Heightened Support for Political Violence by Failure to Conserve. Journal of Peace Research, 45(5) 575-587.

Hobfoll, E. Stevan, Hall, Brian. Canetti, Daphna (2010). Political Violence, Psychological Distress, and Perceived Health in a Representative Sample of Palestinians. Psychological Trauma

Canetti, Daphna. Galea, Sandro. Hall, J. Brian. Robert J. Johnson. Palmieri, A. Patrick, Hobfoll, E. Stevan (2010). Exposure to prolonged socio-political conflict and the risk of PTSD and Depression among PalestiniansPsychiatry - Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 73(3), 219-232.

Hall, J. Brian., Hobfoll, S. E., Canetti, Daphna., Johnson, Robert, Palmieri, Patrick., & Galea, Sandro (2010). Exploring the Association between Posttraumatic Growth and PTSD: A National Study of Jews and Arabs during the 2006 Israeli-Hezbollah WarJournal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 189 (3), 180-186.

Canetti, Daphna. Halperin, Eran. Sharvit, Keren. Hobfoll, E. Stevan.2009. A New Stress-Based Model of Political Extremism Personal Exposure to Terrorism, Psychological Distress, and Exclusionist Political AttitudesJournal of Conflict Resolution. 63 (3), 363-389.

Johnson, Robert, J., Canetti, Daphna, Palmieri, Patrick, A., Galea, Sandro, Varley, Joseph, Hobfoll, Stevan, E (2009). A Prospective Study of Risk and Resilience Factors Associated with Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms and Depression Symptoms among Jews and Arabs Exposed to Repeated Acts of Terrorism in IsraelPsychological Trauma 

Halperin, Eran. Canetti-Nisim, Daphna. Sivan Hirsch-Hoefler. (2009). Hatred Does Matter: A New Look at Emotional Antecedents of Political IntolerancePolitical Psychology 30 (1), 93-123.

Palmieri, Patrick, Canetti-Nisim, Daphna, Galea, Sandro, Hobfoll, E. Stevan. (2008). The Psychological Impact of the Israel-Hezbollah War on Jews and Arabs in Israel: The Impact of Risk and Resiliency Factors. (Social Science & Medicine 67 (8), 1208-1216.

Hobfoll., E. Stevan. Canetti-Nisim, Daphna. Johnson J. Robert (2006) Exposure to Terrorism, Stress-Related Mental Health Symptoms, and Defensive Coping among Jews and Arabs in IsraelJournal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 74 (2), 207-218.


Exposure to Political Violence

Threat Percepition

PTSD

Stress-based model

 Natural experiment 

Conflict zone research 

Checkpoints research

Politics, Society & Religion

 


 
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