Editorial: Psychiatry and Conflict p.78-80



The Utility of Criterion a Under Chronic National Terror
Moshe Bensimon, Zahava Solomon and Danny Horesh p.81-83



Elaboration on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Diagnostic Criteria: A Factor Analytic Study of PTSD Exposure to War or Terror
Moshe Bensimon, Stephen Zvi Levine, Gadi Zerach, Einat Stein, Vlad Svetlicky and Zahava Solomon p.84-90



PTSD, Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth Among Ex-Prisoners of War and Combat Veterans
Gadi Zerach, Zahava Solomon, Assaf Cohen and Tsachi Ein-Dor p.91-99



A Longitudinal Study of Changes In Psychological Responses to Continuous Terrorism
Marc Gelkopf, Zahava Solomonand Avraham Bleich p.100-109



Sense of Coherence and Sense of Community as Coping Resources of Religious Adolescents Before and After the Disengagement* from the Gaza Strip
Orna Braun-Lewensohn, Shifra Sagy, Hagit Sabato and Rinat Galili p.110-117



Trauma and Psychological Distress Observed in Journalists: A Comparison of Israeli Journalists and their Western Counterparts
Yael Levaot, Mark Sinyor and Anthony Feinstein p.118-121



Ethical Considerations During Times of Conflict: Challenges and Pitfalls for the Psychiatrist
Rael D. Strous p.122-129



On the Links between Religion, Mental Health and Inter-religious Conflict: A Brief Summary of Empirical Research
Hisham Abu-Raiya p.130-139



Book reviews p.140-141