Eyad El Sarraj: List of Publications

List of Publications co-authored by Eyad El Sarraj regarding Children and Families under political violence

 

Batniji, R., Rabaia, Y., Nguyen–Gillham, V., Giacaman, R., Sarraj, E., Punamaki, R. L., & Boyce, W. (2009). Health as human security in the occupied Palestinian territoryThe Lancet373(9669), 1133-1143.

Hein, F. A., Qouta, S., Thabet, A., & El Sarraj, E. (1993). Trauma and mental health of children in Gaza British Medical Journal306(6885), 1130-1131.

Peltonen, K., Qouta, S., El Sarraj, E., & Punamäki, R. L. (2012). Effectiveness of school-based intervention in enhancing mental health and social functioning among war-affected childrenTraumatology: An International Journal18(4), 37-46.

Punamäki, R. L., Qouta, S., & El Sarraj, E. (1997). Relationships between traumatic events, children’s gender, and political activity, and perceptions of parenting stylesInternational Journal of Behavioral Development21(1), 91-109.

Punamäki, R. L., Qouta, S., & El-Sarraj, E. (2001). Resiliency factors predicting psychological adjustment after political violence among Palestinian childrenInternational Journal of Behavioral Development25(3), 256-267.

Punamäki, R. L., Qouta, S., & Sarraj, E. (1997). Models of traumatic experiences and children’s psychological adjustment: The roles of perceived parenting and the children’s own resources and activityChild Development,68(4), 718-728.

Punamäki, R. L., Qouta, S., El Sarraj, E., & Montgomery, E. (2006). Psychological distress and resources among siblings and parents exposed to traumatic events. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30(5), 385-397.

Qouta, S., & El Sarraj, E. (2002). Community mental health as practiced by the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme. In Trauma, War, and Violence: Public Mental Health in Socio-Cultural Context (pp. 317-335). Springer US.

Qouta, S., El-Sarraj, E., & Punamäki, R. L. (2001). Mental flexibility as resiliency factor among children exposed to political violenceInternational Journal of Psychology36(1), 1-7.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & El Sarraj, E. (1997). House demolition and mental health: Victims and witnessesJournal of Social Distress and the Homeless6(3), 203-211.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & El Sarraj, E. (1998). House demolition and mental health: Victims and witnessesJournal of Social Distress and the Homeless7(4), 279-288.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & El Sarraj, E. (2005). Mother-child expression of psychological distress in war traumaClinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry,10(2), 135-156.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & El Sarraj, E. (2008). Child development and family mental health in war and military violence: The Palestinian experience.International Journal of Behavioral Development32(4), 310-321.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & Sarraj, E. E. (1995). The impact of the peace treaty on psychological well-being: a follow-up study of Palestinian children. Child abuse & neglect19(10), 1197-1208.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., & Sarraj, E. E. (1995). The relations between traumatic experiences, activity, and cognitive and emotional responses among Palestinian childrenInternational Journal of Psychology30(3), 289-304.

Qouta, S., Punamäki, R. L., Montgomery, E., & Sarraj, E. E. (2007). Predictors of psychological distress and positive resources among Palestinian adolescents: Trauma, child, and mothering characteristicsChild abuse & neglect31(7), 699-717.

Qouta, Samir, and E. El-Sarraj. “Prevalence of PTSD among Palestinian children in Gaza Strip.” Arabpsynet journal 2 (2004): 8-13.

Sarraj, E. (1996). Palestinian children and violenceInternational Journal of Children’s Rights.4, 191.

Thabet, A. A., Abu Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P. (2009). Effectiveness of student mediation program to decrease behavioural and emotional problems in Palestinian children affected by war and trauma in the Gaza StripArabpsynet E-Journal24, 50-55.

Thabet, A. A., Abu Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P. (2009). Effectiveness of school-based debriefing sessions for Palestinian children affected by war and traumaArabpsynet E- Journal24, 46-49.

Thabet, A. A., Tawahina, A. A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P. (2008). Exposure to war trauma and PTSD among parents and children in the Gaza strip.European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry17(4), 191-199.

Thabet, A. A., Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P. (2009). Effectiveness of school based psychodrama in improving mental health of Palestinian AdolescentsArabpsynet E-Journal24, 67-71.

Thabet, A. A., Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P. (2009) Coping with stress and siege in Palestinian families in the Gaza Strip (Cohort study III).  Arabpsynet E-Journal24, 94-100.

Thabet, A. A., Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., Henely, D., Pelleick, H., & Vostanis, P. (2011) Post-traumatic stress disorder and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in Palestinian children affected by the war on GazaInternational Psychiatry, 8(4).

Thabet, A., Abu Tawahina, A., & El Sarraj, E. (2008) Impact of Trauma on PTSD and anxiety among Palestinian school-age children. Arabpsynet E.Journal, 22 , 244-249

Thabet, A., Abu Tawahina, A., El Sarraj, E., & Vostanis, P (2007). Children exposed to political conflict: Implications for health policy. Harvard Health Policy Review 8 (2), 46-57.