Events that Changed the World: Scholarly Content on the Impact of 9/11
In the 10 years since the events of September 2001 a vast amount of scholarly research has been written on the impact of 9/11. We are pleased to share with you this collection of free book and journal content from the Psychology books and journals published by Wiley-Blackwell.
Journal Articles   Book Chapters
  Psychology Journals
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry  
Applied Cognitive Psychology
  International of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies
Acute Stress Disorder, Depression, and Tobacco Use in Disaster Workers Following 9/11   American Roulette: The Effect of Reminders of Death on Support for George W. Bush in the 2004 Presidential Election   Unanswered questions: A preliminary investigation of personality and individual difference predictors of 9/11 conspiracist beliefs

Narratives of 9/11: relations among personal involvement, narrative content and memory of the emotional impact over time
  Signifying contortions: disavowal, the enigmatic signifier, and George W. Bush's credibility after 9/11

Mourning and progressive politics after 9/11
Asian Journal of Social Psychology  
Australian Psychologist
  Behavioral Sciences & the Laws   British Journal of Psychology
Major world events and discrimination   Contextualising imagery in dreams following a September 11 video from television news   The intelligence community and the war on terror: the role of behavioral science   Sense-making in the wake of September 11th: A network analysis of lay understandings
British Journal of Psychotherapy   Child:  
Child Development Perspectives
  Child Development
September 11th 2001: Some Thoughts On Racism And Religious Prejudice As An Obstacle   How to be a good parent in bad times: constructing parenting advice about terrorism   Treatment and Prevention of Posttraumatic Stress Reactions in Children and Adolescents Exposed to Disasters and Terrorism: What Is the Evidence?   Impact of Maternal Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression Following Exposure to the September 11 Attacks on Preschool Children’s Behavior
Clinical Psychology   Family Process   Family Relations   Infant Mental Health Journal
Terrorism: The Psychological Impact on Youth   Editorial: September 11, 2004: The Third Anniversary   Behind the Brotherhood: Rewards and Challenges for Wives of Firefighters   Young Children’s Responses to September 11th: The New York City Experience
Journal of Applied Social Psychology   The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry   Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology   Journal of Clinical Psychology
Understanding Anti-Arab Reactions Post-9/11: The Role of Threats, Social Categories, and Personal Ideologies   Pre-attack stress-load, appraisals, and coping in children's responses to the 9/11 terrorist attacks   Tragedy and catharsis in the wake of the 911 attacks   The aftermath of disaster: Children in crisis
Journal of Community Psychology  
Journal of Marital & Family Therapy
  Journal of The Theory of Social Behaviour   Journal of Personality
Stress and Well-Being in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack: The Continuing Effects of a Communitywide Disaster   Resilience In Arab American Couples After September 11, 2001: A Systems Perspective   A New Understanding of Terrorism Using Cognitive Dissonance Principles   The Political is Personal: Narrating 9/11 and Psychological Well-Being
Journal of Traumatic Stress
Political Psychology
  Psychotherapy and Politics International   Psychology Schools
Social Constraints, Genetic Vulnerability, and Mental Health Following Collective Stress

The Longitudinal Course of PTSD Among Disaster Workers Deployed to the World Trade Center Following the Attacks of September 11th
  National Threat and Political Culture: Authoritarianism, Antiauthoritarianism, and the September 11 Attacks   The psychological meanings of our current political culture: views from Latin America   Schools in the shadow of terrorism: Psychosocial adjustment and interest in interventions following terror attacks
Social & Pesonality Psychology   Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior    
Terrorism, Identity, and Conflict Management The Effect of the September 11 Terrorist Attacks on Suicide and Deliberate Self-Harm: A Time Trend Study    
  Psychology Books
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder   Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

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