This volume highlights the diverse contributions of militarypsychologists towards our nation's security and towards the disciplineof psychology itself. The United States Armed Forces have frequentlyled our culture in personnel and policy changes that the generalpopulation had difficulty accepting, such as racial integration and theintegration of women. In addition, psychologists in the military haveused clinical approaches to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, and psychopharmacology that have tested researchunderstanding before widespread use for the general publicRetrieved September 1, 2004, from http://www.defenselink.mil/transcripts/2003/ t03142003_t0313fhp.html Wisher, R. A., aamp; Olson, T. M. (2002). ... usera#39;s manual. Libertyville, IL: Author. Wood, D. P., Koffman, R. L, aamp; Arita, A. A. (2003). Psychiatric medevacs during a ... Yerkes, R. M. (1917). ... Psychological Review, 25, 85- 115.
|Title||:||Psychology in the Service of National Security|
|Author||:||A. David Mangelsdorff|
|Publisher||:||Amer Psychological Assn - 2006-01-01|