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Published Scientific Articles
1. Laufer, A. (2003) Psychological growth in the aftermath of terrorist acts. Palestinian Israeli Journal. 10(4), 30-36.
2. Laufer, A., & Harel, Y. (2003). The role of family, peers and school perception in predicting involvement in youth violence. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 15(3), 235-246.
3. Laufer, A., & Harel, Y. (2003). Correlations between school perception and pupil involvement in bullying, physical fights and weapon carrying. Megamot, 42(3), 437-459. [Hebrew].
4. Solomon, Z., & Laufer, A. (2004). In the shadow of terror: changes in world assumptions in Israeli youth. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 9, 353-364. (as well as a chapter in an edited book n.2)
5. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2006). Posttraumatic symptoms and posttraumatic growth among Israeli youth exposed to terror incidents. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 25(4), 429-447. http://dx.doi.org/10.1521/jscp.2006.25.4.429
6. Laufer, A., Harel, Y. & Mulcho, M. (2006). Daring, substance use and involvement in violence among school children: Exploring a path model. Journal of School Violence, 5, 71-88.
7. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2006). Do Israeli male and female adolescents cope differently with terror attacks? Society and Welfare, 26(4), 479-501.[Hebrew].
8. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2006). Responses of Israeli youth to terror: Posttraumatic symptoms and indicators of psychological growth. Megamot, 44(3), 407-423. [Hebrew].
9. Laufer, A. (2006). Relationships between exposure to terror and ideological commitment among adolescents politically inclined toward the right, center and left. Judea and Samaria Research, 15, 281-298. [Hebrew].
10. Laufer, A., & Shechory, M. (2007). Youth involvement in the resistance to the disengagement plan: Assessment of legal and illegal activities. Judea and Samaria, 16, 363-376. [Hebrew].
11. Hamama-Raz, Y., Solomon, Z., Cohen, A., & Laufer, A. (2008). PTSD symptoms, forgiveness and revenge among Israeli-Palestinian and Jewish Adolescents. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 21, 521-529.
12. Levine, S. Z., Laufer, A., Hamama-Raz, Y., Stein. A., & Solomon, Z. (2008). Posttraumatic growth in adolescence: Examining its components and relationship with PTSD. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 21, 492-496.
13. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2008). Levels of distress and belief in authorities law in light of geopolitical changes among youth living. Judea & Samaria Research Studies, 17, 239-252. [Hebrew].
14. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2008). Social Control Theory and the connection with ideological offenders among Israeli youth during the Gaza disengagement period. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 52, 454-473.
15. Laufer, A. (2009). Posttraumatic growth: A positive illusion or a new way to understand how people cope with trauma. Society and Welfare, 29(1), 63-84 [Hebrew]
16. Laufer, A., Shechory, M., & Solomon, Z. (2009). The association between right-wing political ideology and youth distress. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 26, 1-13.
17. Laufer, A., & Shechory, M. (2009). Emotional distress and ideological segregation two years after the disengagement plan among youth who were evacuated or who resisted the evacuation. Society and Welfare, 29(4), 431-453. [Hebrew].
18. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2009). Gender differences in PTSD in Israeli youth exposed to terror attacks. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24, 959-976. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0886260508319367
19. Laufer, A., Hamama-Raz, Y., Levine, S., & Solomon, Z. (2009). Posttraumatic growth in adolescence: The role of religiosity, distress and forgiveness. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 28(7), 862-880.
20. Levine, S.Z., Laufer, A., Stein, E., Hamama-Raz, Y., & Solomon, Z. (2009). Examining the relationship between resilience and posttraumatic growth. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 22, 282-286.
21. Laufer, A., & Shechory, M. (2010). Distress levels among teenagers who participated in anti-disengagement activities. Megamot, 46, 552-574. [Hebrew]
22. Harel-Fisch, Y., Radwan, Q., Walsh, S.D., Laufer, A., Amitai, G., Fogel-Grinvald, H., & Ziad, A. (2010). Psychosocial outcomes related to subjective threat from armed conflict events (STACE): Findings from the Israeli-Palestinian cross-cultural HBSC study. Child Abuse and Neglect, 34, 623-638.
23. Laufer, A., Solomon, Z., & Levine, S. Z. (2010) Elaboration on posttraumatic growth in youth exposed to terror: The role of religiosity and political ideology. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 45(6), 647-653.
24. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2010) Political ideology and psychological symptoms following terror. Youth and Society, 41(3), 414-433.
25. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2011). Ideological delinquency: Gender differences among Israeli youth during the withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55(2), 326-343.
26. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2011). Resistance among evacuated youth: Involvement in illegal activity and connection to the rule of law and to attitudes toward the State, the Yesha Council and the Rabbis. Israeli Criminology, 1, 7-27. [Hebrew]
27. Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2011). The role of religious orientations in youth's posttraumatic symptoms after exposure to terror. Journal of Religion and Health, 50, 687-699 doi: 10.1007/s10943-009-9270-x
28. Fienklestein, M., Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z. (2012). Coping strategies of Ethiopian immigrants in Israel: Association with PTSD and distress. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 53, 490-498.
29. Shechory Bitton, M., & Laufer, A. (2015). Evacuation following missile attacks, distress and behavioral problems among children in southern Israeli communities. Society and Welfare, 35(2), 203-230 [Hebrew].
30. Shechory Bitton, M., & Laufer, A. (2017). PTSD and PTG among Israeli mothers: Opposite facets of exposure to terrorism. Stress and Health, 33, 676-683.
31. Shechory Bitton, M., & Laufer, A. (2018). Children's emotional and behavioral problems in the shadow of terrorism: The case of Israel. Children and Youth Services Review, 86, 302-307.doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.01.042
32. Lahav, Y., Price, N., Crompton, L., Laufer, A., & Solomon, Z.(2019). Sexual
satisfaction in spouses of ex-POWs: The role of PTSD symptoms and self-differentiation. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy.755-766. doi: 10.1080/0092623X.2019.1594478
33. Laufer, A., Levin, Y., Gelkopf, M., Crompton, L., & Solmon, Z., (2020). Sex differences in continuous missile exposure and symptomatology. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 56 (3), 19-26.
34. Laufer, A., & Shechory Bitton, M. (2020). Are security tensions associated
with parental assessment of current and past child behavior? Journal of Child and Family Studies.29, 1582–1588 doi: 10.1007/s10826-019-01677-1
35. Finkelstein, M., & Laufer, A. (accepted). Resilience, growth, and posttraumatic symptoms among social workers who are "double exposed". Social Work Research.
36. Finklestein, M., Pagorek-Eshel, S., & Laufer, A. (2020). Adolescents’ individual-resilience and its association with security threats, anxiety and family resilience. Journal of Family Studies. doi:10.1080/13229400.2020.1778504
Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books
1. Solomon, Z., Laufer, A., & Lavi, T. (2005). Childhood in the shadow of Intifada: Exposure and posttraumatic reaction of Israeli youth. In E. Somer and A. Bleich (Eds). Early interventions after disasters and terrorism: The Israeli experience (pp 77-110). Tel-Aviv: Ramot, Tel-Aviv University. [Hebrew].
2. Solomon, Z. & Laufer, A. (2005). Israeli youth cope with terror: Vulnerability and resilience. In M. Ungar (Ed). Handbood for Working with Children and Youth. Pathways to Resilience (pp. 229-246). California: Sage Publication.
3. Laufer, A. & Shechori, M. (2008). Chapter 11: Alienation and emotional distress among relocated youth following the Gaza Disengagement. In N. Ronel, K. Jaishankar and M. Bensimon (Eds.), Trends and Issues In Victimology (pp. 212-231). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
4. Laufer A., & Solomon, Z. (2010). Chapter 2. Posttraumatic growth in Israeli Jews. in T. Weiss and R. Berger (Eds.), Posttraumatic Growth and Culturally Competent Practice (pp.15-31). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
5. Laufer. A. & Shechory-Bitton, M. (2013). Forced displacement and its implications on youth's distress and posttraumatic growth. In K. Jaishankar & N. Ronel (Eds.). Global Criminology (pp. 253-268). London: CRS Press (Tylor & Francis Group).
Articles in Conference Proceedings
Laufer, A. (2005). Changes in the self and world assumptions among youth exposed to terror incidents. A Handbook for working with children and youth: Pathways to resilence across cultures and contexts. Nova Scotia: Dalhousie University, Halifax.
1. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2008). Participation of Jewish youth in Samaria and Judea in illegal activities against the dismantling of settlements. Mifne, Forum for Social Issues, 43-47. [Hebrew]
2. Shechory, M., & Laufer, A. (2011). The effects of security-related stress on children and mothers – an examination of the distress levels with reference to temporary respite, and the involvement of governmental and non-governmental institutions. National Insurance Institute of Israel. [Hebrew].
3. Laufer, A. (2019). Rising from the ashes. Shem Olam, 23, 8-17.