Building Psychological Resilience in Military Personnel - 9781433813313

Un libro in lingua di Sinclair Robert R. (EDT) Britt Thomas W. (EDT) edito da Amer Psychological Assn, 2013

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Sinclair and Britt (industrial and organizational psychology and social and organizational psychology, Clemson U.) bring together researchers from the US and Canada for 11 chapters that examine the role, influencing factors, and building of resilience among military personnel. They discuss personality traits related to resilience; the influence of unit morale and cohesion; the role of organizational culture, training programs, and social support; the relationship between leadership and resilience; and specific interventions and programs, such as pre and post-deployment screening, rehearsal and exposure-focused programs, pre-deployment education, stress management programs, critical incident stress debriefing, cognitive behavioral therapy, programs for military families, and the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program. The book is aimed at researchers in military psychology and psychiatry, mental health clinicians, leaders in the armed services, and policy makers. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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