Guido VeroneseFrancesca FioreMarco CastiglioniHassan el KawajaMahmud Said

Can Sense of Coherence Moderate Traumatic Reactions? A Cross-Sectional Study of Palestinian Helpers Operating in War Contexts. The British Journal of Social Work, Volume

43, Issue 4, 1 June 2013, Pages 651–666,

We hypothesised that a strong ability to construct meaning in uncertain and traumatic conditions would favour psychological well-being and quality, limiting the direct and indirect effects of war-related trauma. Three self-reported measures—Sense of Coherence (SOC-29) Scale, Impact of Events Scale (IES) and General Health Questionnaire GHQ