The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology

The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology

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The critical link between psychology and the military is imprtant to recruiting, training, socializing, assigning, employing, deploying, motivating, rewarding, maintaining, managing, integrating, retaining, transitioning, supporting, counseling, and healing military members. These areas are hardly distinct, and the chapters in The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology have contents that cross these boundaries. Collectively, the topics covered in this volume describe the myriad ways in which modern psychology influences warfare and vice versa. The extensive topics included come from within the areas of clinical, industrial/organizational, experimental, engineering, and social psychology. The contributors are top international experts in military psychology -- some uniformed soldiers, others academics and clinicians, and others civilian employees of the military or other government agencies. They address important areas in which the science and practice of psychology supports military personnel in their varied and complex missions. Among the topics addressed here are suitability for service, leadership, decision making, training, terrorism, socio-cultural competencies, diversity and cohesion, morale, quality-of-life, ethical challenges, and mental health and fitness. The focus is the ways in which psychology promotes the decisive human dimension of military effectiveness. Collectively, the 25 topical chapters of this handbook provide an overview of modern military psychology and its tremendous influence on the military and society as a whole.All Army Activities (ALARACT) 097/2010: Comprehensive Soldier Fitness. Retrieved ... President Theodore Roosevelta#39;s guidelines to the Secretary of War for an officer physical fitness test, published for Army ... Army Field Manual (FM) 21a€“20:anbsp;...

Title:The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology
Author:Janice H. Laurence, Michael D. Matthews
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2012-01-27


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