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美国9·11事件对个体心理与群体行为的影响——灾难心理学视角的回顾与展望
  • 摘要

    9·11事件以来的十余年间,美国对灾后个体身心反应及其影响因素、灾后群体心理行为及其理论解释等进行了大量的探索,积累了较丰富的研究成果.未来灾后心理与行为的研究可从以下几个方面着力:从研究个体心理反应深入到群体心理行为;从关注消极心理反应拓展至积极心理反应;重视灾难后长时程的追踪研究;比较不同性质灾难事件的创伤反应机制;探究文化差异对创伤后心理反应的影响,从而将创伤心理实践建立在坚实的研究基础之上.

  • 作者

    安媛媛  伍新春  陈杰灵  林崇德  AN Yuan-yuan  WU Xin-chun  CHEN Jie-ling  LIN Chong-de 

  • 作者单位

    南京师范大学心理学院,南京210097;北京师范大学心理学院,发展心理研究所,北京100875/北京师范大学心理学院,发展心理研究所,北京100875

  • 刊期

    2014年6期 PKU CSSCI

  • 关键词

    灾后心理  9·11事件  个体身心反应  群体心理行为 

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