Jacob Y. Stein
Jacob Y. Stein
School of Behavioral Science and Psychology, College of Management, Israel
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Does one size fit all? Nosological, clinical, and scientific implications of variations in PTSD Criterion A
JY Stein, DV Wilmot, Z Solomon
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 43, 106-117, 2016
The social construction of loneliness: An integrative conceptualization
JY Stein, R Tuval-Mashiach
Journal of Constructivist Psychology 28 (3), 210-227, 2015
Keeping a healthy distance: Self-differentiation and perceived health among ex-prisoners-of-war's wives
Y Lahav, JY Stein, Z Solomon
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 89, 61-68, 2016
Loneliness and isolation in life-stories of Israeli veterans of combat and captivity.
JY Stein, R Tuval-Mashiach
Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy 7 (2), 122, 2015
Traumatization or Habituation? A Four-wave Investigation of Exposure to Continuous Traumatic Stress in Israel
JY Stein, Y Levin, M Gelkopf, G Tangir, Z Solomon
International Journal of Stress Management, 2017
Posttraumatic stress symptoms and marital adjustment among Israeli combat veterans: The role of loneliness and attachment.
L Itzhaky, JY Stein, Y Levin, Z Solomon
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy 9 (6), 655, 2017
Loneliness and subjective physical health among war veterans: Long term reciprocal effects
N Tsur, JY Stein, Y Levin, A Siegel, Z Solomon
Social Science & Medicine 234, 112373, 2019
Psychiatric reactions to continuous traumatic stress: A Latent Profile Analysis of two Israeli samples
L Itzhaky, M Gelkopf, Y Levin, JY Stein, Z Solomon
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 51, 94-100, 2017
Telomere length and depression among ex-prisoners of war: the role of subjective age
Y Lahav, S Avidor, JY Stein, X Zhou, Z Solomon
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (1), 21-29, 2020
Growing apart: A longitudinal assessment of the relation between post-traumatic growth and loneliness among combat veterans
JY Stein, Y Levin, R Bachem, Z Solomon
Frontiers in psychology 9, 893, 2018
Traumatization, loneliness, and suicidal ideation among Former Prisoners of War: a longitudinally assessed sequential Mediation Model
JY Stein, L Itzhaky, Y Levi-Belz, Z Solomon
Frontiers in psychiatry 8, 281, 2017
Traumatic stress and cellular senescence: The role of war-captivity and homecoming stressors in later life telomere length
JY Stein, Y Levin, O Uziel, Z Abumok, Heba, Zolomon
Journal of Affective Disorders, 2018
Perceived social support, loneliness, and later life telomere length following wartime captivity.
JY Stein, Y Levin, Y Lahav, O Uziel, H Abumock, Z Solomon
Health psychology: official journal of the Division of Health Psychology …, 2018
Self-Disclosing Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Couples: A Longitudinal Study
JY Stein, Y Lahav, Z Solomon
Psychiatry 80 (1), 79-91, 2017
Short‐term effects of crisis response planning on optimism in a US Army sample
DC Rozek, C Keane, LM Sippel, JY Stein, C Rollo‐Carlson, CJ Bryan
Early intervention in psychiatry 13 (3), 682-685, 2019
The veteran's loneliness: Emergence, facets, and implications for intervention
JY Stein
Psychology of loneliness: New research, 1-36, 2017
When man harms man: the interpersonal ramifications of war captivity
JY Stein, A Snir, Z Solomon
Traumatic stress and long-term recovery: Coping with disasters and other …, 2015
Couple Forgiveness and its Moderating Role in the Intergenerational Transmission of Veterans’ Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms
X Zhou, Y Levin, JY Stein, G Zerach, Z Solomon
Journal of marital and family therapy 43 (3), 410-421, 2017
The aging of heroes: Posttraumatic stress, resilience and growth among aging decorated veterans
JY Stein, R Bachem, Y Lahav, Z Solomon
The Journal of Positive Psychology 16 (3), 390-397, 2021
The meaning of “loneliness” for traumatized veterans: a semiotic investigation of veterans’ written narratives
JY Stein
J Vet Stud 2 (2), 2017
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