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Study of youngsters' psychological resources in a context of seclusion

Units : Department of Clinical and Differential Psychology | ULB101

Description :

Study of the psychological processes at work when young people evolve in a situation of « immobilization » or forced seclusion.
The population includes youngsters from Qalqilya, a Palestinian city which became immobile as a result of the Israelian wall built
in 2003. The main objective of the research is twofold : (1) to analyze the psychological and social consequences of seclusion on
young people, and (2) to determine the resources, resilient potentials and other empowering means that they develop to cope and
rebuild in the face of these unique life circumstances.

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