The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology (inbunden)
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Matthews, Michael D.
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The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology

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The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology describes the critical link between psychology and military activity. The extensive coverage includes topics in of clinical, industrial/organizational, experimental, engineering, and social psychology. The contributors are leading international experts in military psychology.
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"The emerging knowledge from the behavioral science field points to an essential truth: teh impact of protracted war on the human psyche should neither be overstated nor ignored. As is often the case, our military once again calls upon science to create actionable, practical knowledge that will better prepare our Servicemen and women for the challenges of tomorrow. We have a storied history together and this partnership is as relevant now as it ever was. THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY is a step in the right direction; scholars and practitioners alike should read and learn from it." Gen. George W. Casey, Jr. Chief of Staff United States Army

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<br>Janice H. Laurence, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Adult & Organizational Development, Temple University, and editor of the journal Military Psychology. Dr. Laurence recently retired as Director, Research and Analysis, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel & Readiness, Pentagon. <br>Michael D. Matthews, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology, Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, U.S. Military Academy.<br>


Contents 1. The Handbook of Military Psychology: An Introduction Janice H. Laurence and Michael D. Matthews 2. Comprehensive Soldier Fitness: Why? and Why Now? Rhonda L. Cornum and Paul B. Lester 3. Combat-Related Stress Reactions and Suicide among US Veterans of War-Time Service Amy W. Wagner and Matthew Jakupcak 4. Physical Injuries; Psychological Treatment Rebecca I. Porter 5. Operational Psychology: Foundation, Applications, and Issues Thomas J. Williams, James J. Picano, Robert R. Roland, and Paul Bartone 6. Ethics, Human Rights, and Interrogations: The Position of the American Psychological Association Stephen Behnke and Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter 7. In Search for Psychological Explanations of Terrorism Ragnhild B. Lygre and Jarle Eid 8. Crime on the Battlefield: Military Fate or Individual Choice? Neal A. Puckett and Marcelyn Atwood 9. What Do Commanders Really Want To Know? US Army Human Terrain System Lessons Learned From Iraq and Afghanistan Montgomery McFate, Britt Damon, Robert Holliday 10. An International Perspective on Military Psychology Jarle Eid, Francois Lescreve, and Gerry Larsson 11. Military Selection and Classification in the United States Michael G. Rumsey 12. Assessing Psychological Suitability for High-Risk Military Jobs James J. Picano and Robert R. Roland 13. Leadership in Dangerous Contexts: A Team-Focused, Replenishment-of-Resources Approach Donald J. Campbell 14. Swift Trust in ad hoc Military Organizations: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives Paul B. Lester and Gretchen R. Vogelgesang 15. Leader Development in Natural Context Gerry Larsson 16. Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Factors in Soldier Performance Michael D. Matthews 17. Characteristics of Sense-making in Combat Uzi Ben-Shalom, Yehiel Klar, and Yizhaq Benbenisty 18. Military Engineering Psychology: Setting the Pace for Exceptional Performance Gerald P. Krueger 19. Psychology's Contribution to Military Training Stephen L. Goldberg 20. The Role of Sleep in the Military: Implications for Training and Operational Effectiveness Nita Lewis Miller, Panagiotis Matsangas and Aileen Kenney 21. Teams in the Military: A Review and Emerging Challenges Marissa L. Shuffler, Davin Pavlas, and Eduardo Salas 22. Boredom: Groundhog Day as Metaphor for Iraq Morten G. Ender 23. Minorities in the Military Karin De Angelis and David R. Segal 24. Gay Service Personnel in the US Military: History, Progress and A Way Forward Armando X. Estrada 25. Military Families in an Era of Persistent Conflict Bradford Booth and Suzanne Lederer 26. What They Deserve: Quality of Life in the U.S. Military Diane M. Ryan and Lolita M. Burrell 27. Conclusion and Emerging Issues Michael D. Matthews and Janice H. Laurence