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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, July 21, 1981-Page13

10

Children of
holoeaust
survivors
being studied

EAST LANSING (UPI)-A new study by a resear-
cher whose own parents endured Nazi concentration
camps challenges long-held assumptions about
emotional problems suffered by the children of
holocaust survivors.
Zoli Ziotogorski, whose parents survived the camps
at both Auschwitz and Dachau, takes issue with the
notion that persons who experienced the holocaust
are universally anxious and depressed.
HE ALSO CHALLENGES assertions that they are
unable to become emotionally close to their children
and that their offspring are overdevoted, mistrusting
and hostile.

others for his Ph.D. dissertation in psychology at
Michigan State University. He said neither the stan-
dard "Uniform Survivor Syndrome" nor the
"Uniform Child of Survivor Syndrome" held up un-
der scrutiny.
In fact, he found no long range effects on people's
sense of well-being or feelings about their family that
could be attributed solely to having been born to
holocaust survivors.
"GENERALLY, PEOPLE happy with their
lives-regardless of their parents' experien-
ces-viewed their family life as close but not too
restrictive while unhappy people tended to view their
family life at the extreme, either too rigid or too

interfere with mail movements that
civilian police would be called on to act.
The plan has been on the shelf since
1978. That was the last time that a
national work stoppage by postal
workers was threatened.
DEFENSE officials said they con-
fident that about 90 percent of the mail
could be handled by the military per-
sonnel, whose function would be to help
whatever postal supervisors and other
employees remained on the job.
As bargaining resumed at a down-
town Washington hotel, the two sides
differed on whether any progress was
being made.
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