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(1986). Subject Index. The Reconstruction of Trauma: Its Significance in Clinical Work, 257-268.

(1986). Subject Index. The Reconstruction of Trauma: Its Significance in Clinical Work , 257-268

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Abandonment, 105-120
of adopted child, 110, 112-116
case reports of, 107-110
child's subjective interpretations of, 221-222
cumulative effects of, 110-111
of disabled child, 111
discussion of Pollack's contributions on, 195, 201, 206, 213, 222, 225, 228, 232
emotional, 105
in Holocaust, 111,see also Holocaust
in homicide, 116-117
of patient by physician, 118
physical, 105, 106
reconstructions of, 79-80, 91
strain trauma in, 110-111
terminology of, 105n
transitory intrapsychic decathexis and, 106
traumatopathogenic, 110
variety of types of, 105-106
Absences in child victim of family secrets, 158
Abuse, child, see also Child abuse
Adaptational definition of trauma, 219, 220, 223,see also Discussion of contributions
Addiction, tobacco, 145, 147-150
Addictive patterns of behavior, 151
Holocaust victim in, 164-165
postchildhood trauma and, 37-39
abandonment and, 110, 112-116
reconstructions of, 79-80, 91
defenses against massive trauma of, 172
traumatic neurosis in, see also Traumatic neuroses
Adult traumatic states compared to childhood traumatizations, 172
Affect, discharge of, 71,see also Reconstructions of trauma
Affective response altered by trauma, 24
Aggravated grief reaction, 178-179
Aggression, child abuse and, 69-71,see also Child abusePhysical trauma and actual seduction
Aggressor, identification with, 20
American Psychoanalytic Association, x
Amnesias in child victim of family secrets, 158
Anal holding, reconstructions of, 84-85, 91
adopted patient in, 114-116
burned child and, 73-91
divorced parents and, 126-134
ending, 88-90
empathic attunement with Holocaust survivors in, 190-191
modes of action of, 225-230
interpretation of trauma in, 15-16
timing of, 163-165
reconstruction of trauma in, 223-225,see also Reconstruction of trauma
sibling loss and, 100, 102, 103-104
termination of, 88-90, 150
theories of, see also Psychoanalytic theories

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