Offering a number of psychological perspectives, including pieces reflecting on human motivation, aggression, hostility, and perception of reality in an "unreal" world, this anthology presents the psychological horror that accompanied the physical horror of the Holocaust.
The book is divided into five sections addressing different psychological themes: Ideological and Cultural Perspectives, Differing Views of Survivorship, A Generation After, and Psychoanalysis and the Holocaust: A Roundtable.
Psychoanalytic reflections on the holocaust : selected essays / D810.J4 P8 1984 Holocaust Awareness Institute, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver ; Ktav Pub.
"Psychoanalysis of Children of Survivors from the Holocaust: Case Presentations and Assessment." Journal American Psychoanalytic Association, 28(4), 775-804.