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The denial of the Armenian genocide led to devastating effects on both the individual and collective levels which in many cases were passed down to their descendants. In BiH, many of the facts are not denied per se but the interpretation is such that genocidal intent is denied. While some research has been done on the consequences of trauma among BiH survivors, no in-depth studies are found on the effects of denial on the survivors' psychosocial well-being. This article aims to fill in the gapsdoi:10.5038/1911-9922.214.171.1249 fatcat:ixs3kahofza2rd3qhij4mfqt2a