Parental Coping with Child Acquired Disability/Physical Trauma

Yehene, E., Ben-Asher, M., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2022). Parental Narcissistic Injury following Child Acquired Brain Injury (ABI): Exploring Self-Object Needs and Emotional Experience. Psychoanalytic Psychology,1-10.


Yehene, E., Zukerman, H., Goldzweig, G., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2022). Perfectionism, Big Five and biopsychosocial functioning among parents of children with and without acquired brain injury (ABI). Brain Injury, 1-8.‏


Yehene, E., Steinberg, P., Gerner, M., Brezner, A., & Landa, J. (2021). “Concurrent Ropes and Ladders”: Mapping and Conceptualizing the Emotional Loss Experience of Parents Following Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury. Qualitative Health Research, 31(8), 1518-1533.‏


Yehene, E., Brezner, A., Ben-Valid. S., Golan, S., Bar-Nadav, O., Landa, J. (2021). Factors associated with parental grief reaction following moderate-severe pediatric acquired brain injury.  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 31(1), 105-128.


Yehene, E., Golan, S., Brezner, A., Gerner, M., Landa, J. (2019). The Role of perceived vs. observed behavioral outcomes in parental grief reaction following pediatric acquired brain injury. Neurorehabilitation, 45(1), 11-18.