Military Psychologists' Desk Reference (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
384
Utgivningsdatum
2013-08-15
Förlag
OUP USA
Medarbetare
Barnett, Jeffrey E.
Dimensioner
254 x 180 x 36 mm
Vikt
840 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199928262
Military Psychologists' Desk Reference (inbunden)

Military Psychologists' Desk Reference

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Military Psychologists' Desk Reference is the authoritative guide in the field of military mental health, covering in a clear and concise manner the depth and breadth of this expanding area at a pivotal and relevant time.
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<br>"Military Psychologists' Desk Reference is a timely compendium that expands our understanding and appreciation of the complexity of military psychology's past, present, and future. Important themes resonate throughout this volume related to the central role psychologists play in assessing, treating, and consulting to military personnel; the myriad ethical and professional dilemmas associated with working in military settings and ways to effectively manage such challenges; and the proliferation of theory, research, and state-of-the art practice that increasingly can guide psychologists' efforts in a military context. With chapters written by relevant leaders, this volume adds a needed balance to the literature and is destined to become a classic." -- Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, Professor and Vice Chair, Emory University School of Medicine, and President (2014), American Psychological Association <br><p><br>"An extraordinarily rigorous and comprehensive book that addresses every aspect of current and expanding duties of military psychologists. It describes where military psychology was, is, and will be. This is a must-read!" -- Robert J. Resnick, PhD, ABPP, Randolph-Macon College; Former President, American Psychological Association; and Recipient, Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, Department of Army <br><p><br>"This amazingly comprehensive volume will help both military psychologists and their civilian colleagues get a jump start on any issue likely to come their way in the line of duty. It will quickly become the first 'go to' reference for those serving our troops and their families." -- Gerald P. Koocher, PhD, ABPP, Dean, College of Science and Health, DePaul University, Chicago, IL <br><p><br>"The past decade has witnessed a dramatic increase in the employment of military psychologists in support of missions across the full military operational spectrum. As a result, military psychologists can now be found not only in the clinic but in the field as part of

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<br>Dr. Bret A. Moore is founder of Military Psychology Consulting and Adjunct Associate Professor in Psychiatry at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. <br>Dr. Jeffrey E. Barnett is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Loyola University, Maryland, and a licensed psychologist in independent practice in Annapolis, Maryland.<br>

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FOREWORD BY PAT DELEON AND JAY M. STONE ; PREFACE ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; ABOUT THE EDITORS ; CONTRIBUTORS ; PART I: HISTORY AND CULTURE ; CHAPTER 1: EARLY HISTORY OF MILITARY MENTAL HEALTH CARE ; BRIAN L. JONES ; CHAPTER 2: HISTORY OF MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY ; C. ALAN HOPEWELL ; CHAPTER 3: HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ; RODNEY R. BAKER ; CHAPTER 4: DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE U.S. MILITARY ; RICHARD L. DIXON, JR. AND JEAN M. DIXON ; CHAPTER 5: MILITARY CULTURE ; LYNN K. HALL ; CHAPTER 6: PERSONALITY AND MILITARY SERVICE ; MICHAEL R. DEVRIES AND EMILE WIJNANS ; CHAPTER 7: IMPACT OF MILITARY CULTURE ON THE CLINICIAN AND CLINICAL PRACTICE ; WILLIAM L. BRIM ; PART II: MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALTIES AND PROGRAMS ; CHAPTER 8: AEROMEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY ; PENNIE L. P. HOOFMAN AND WAYNE CHAPPELLE ; CHAPTER 9: ASSESSMENT OF AVIATORS ; PENNIE L. P. HOOFMAN AND WAYNE CHAPPELLE ; CHAPTER 10: MILITARY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY ; MARK P. KELLY ; CHAPTER 11: COMBAT OPERATIONAL STRESS AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ; MARK C. RUSSELL AND CHARLES R. FIGLEY ; CHAPTER 12: FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY IN THE MILITARY SETTING ; PAUL MONTALBANO AND MICHAEL G. SWEDA ; CHAPTER 13: OPERATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY ; THOMAS J. WILLIAMS ; CHAPTER 14: WORKING WITH SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES ; L. MORGAN BANKS ; CHAPTER 15: COMMAND AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTATION ; PAUL T. BARTONE AND GERALD P. KRUEGER ; CHAPTER 16: HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE ; MICHAEL D. MATTHEWS ; CHAPTER 17: CLINICAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY IN MILITARY SETTINGS ; ALAN L. PETERSON ; CHAPTER 18: HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION IN THE MILITARY ; LAURENCE MILLER ; CHAPTER 19: MENTAL HEALTH ADVISORY TEAMS ; A. DAVID MANGELSDORFF ; CHAPTER 20: COMPREHENSIVE SOLDIER FITNESS ; DONNA M. BRAZIL ; PART III: ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES ; CHAPTER 21: MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MILITARY SETTING ; JEFFREY E. BARNETT ; CHAPTER 22: MANAGING CONFLICTS BETWEEN ETHICS AND LAW ; W. BRAD JOHNSON ; CHAPTER 23: MIXED-AGENCY DILEMMAS IN MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY ; W. BRAD JOHNSON ; CHAPTER 24: PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS IN THE MILITARY ; DON MCGEARY AND CINDY MCGEARY ; CHAPTER 25: THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT ; MORGAN T. SAMMONS ; CHAPTER 26: PSYCHOLOGISTS ON THE FRONTLINES ; CRAIG J. BRYAN ; CHAPTER 27: PROVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES BY ENLISTED SERVICE MEMBERS ; RICHARD SCHOBITZ ; CHAPTER 28: PROFESSIONAL BURNOUT ; CHARLES BENIGHT AND ROMAN CIESLAK ; CHAPTER 29: SUICIDE IN THE MILITARY ; M. DAVID RUDD ; CHAPTER 30: WOMEN IN COMBAT ; DAWNE VOGT AND AMY E. STREET ; CHAPTER 31: PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH LESBIAN, GAY, AND BISEXUAL MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS ; MATTHEW C. PORTER AND VERONICA GUTIERREZ ; CHAPTER 32: MILITARY PSYCHOLOGISTS' ROLES IN INTERROGATION ; LARRY C. JAMES AND LEWIS PULLEY ; CHAPTER 33: INTERACTING WITH THE MEDIA ; NANCY A. MCGARRAH AND DIANA L. STRUSKI ; CHAPTER 34: PREPARATION AND TRAINING AS A MILITARY PSYCHOLOGIST ; PETER J. N. LINNEROOTH AND BROCK A. MCNABB ; CHAPTER 35: THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP ON MENTAL HEALTH ; RICHARD L. DIXON, JR. ; CHAPTER 36: TRAINING INITIATIVES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PSYCHOTHERAPIES ; JEANNE M. GABRIELE AND JUDITH A. LYONS ; CHAPTER 37: UNIQUE CHALLENGES FACED BY THE NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE ; MICHAEL CRABTREE, ELIZABETH A. BENNETT, AND MARY E. SCHAFFER ; PART IV: CLINICAL THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE ; CHAPTER 38: PREVALENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AMONG MILITARY POPULATIONS ; SHERRIE L. WILCOX, KIMBERLY FINNEY, AND JULIE CEDERBAUM ; CHAPTER 39: CHALLENGES AND THREATS OF DEPLOYMENT ; HEIDI S. KRAFT ; CHAPTER 40: POST DEPLOYMENT ADJUSTMENT ; DAVID S. RIGGS ; CHAPTER 41: COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL STRESS CONTROL ; KRISTIN N. WILLIAMS-WASHINGTON AND JARED JACKSON ; CHAPTER 42: TRAUMA AND POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER ; BLAIR E. WISCO, BRIAN P. MARX, AND TERENCE M. KEANE ; CHAPTER 43: ANXIETY DISORDERS AND DEPRESSION IN MILITARY PERSONNEL ; NATHAN A. KIMBREL AND ERIC C. MEYER ; CHAPTER 44: SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE MILITAR