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The Routledge International Handbook of Military Psychology and Mental Health

Edited by: Updesh Kumar

Print publication date:  December  2019
Online publication date:  December  2019

Print ISBN: 9780367237066
eBook ISBN: 9780429281266
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429281266
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Military psychology has become one of the world?s fastest-growing disciplines with ever-emerging new applications of research and development. The Routledge International Handbook of Military Psychology and Mental Health is a compendium of chapters by internationally renowned scholars in the field, bringing forth the state of the art in the theory, practice and future prospects of military psychology.

This uniquely interdisciplinary volume deliberates upon the current issues and applications of military psychology not only within the military organization and the discipline of psychology, but also in the larger context of its role of building a better world. Split into three parts dedicated to specific themes, the first part of the book, "Military Psychology: The Roots and the Journey," provides an overview of the evolution of the discipline over the years, delving into concepts as varied as culture and cognition in the military, a perspective on the role of military psychology in future warfare and ethical issues. The second part, "Soldiering: Deployment and Beyond," considers the complexities involved in soldiering in view of the changing nature of warfare, generating a focal discourse on various aspects of military leadership, soldier resilience and post-traumatic growth in the face of extreme situations, bravery and character strengths and transitioning to civilian life. In the final section, "Making a Choice: Mental Health Issues and Prospects in the Military," the contributors focus on the challenges and practices involved in maintaining the mental health of the soldier, covering issues ranging from stress, mental health and well-being, through to suicide risk and its prevention, intervention and management strategies, moral injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Incorporating enlightening contributions of eminent scholars from around the world, the volume is a comprehensive repository of current perspectives and future directions in the domain of military psychology. It will prove a valuable resource for mental health practitioners, military leaders, policy-makers and academics and students across a range of disciplines.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Military psychology in war and peace Download PDF
Chapter  2:  War, peace and the military in Biblical and ancient Greek societies Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Four stages in the evolution of military Enlistment testing Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Polemology Download PDF
Chapter  5:  The application of culture and cognition within a military context Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Military psychology and the fourth industrial revolution Download PDF
Chapter  7:  War of the future and prospective directions of military psychology Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Ethical issues in military psychology Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Shaping military leaders Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Posttraumatic growth in military populations Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Building resilience and hardiness in military leaders – Robustness training programs of the German Army Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Sustainable team leadership Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The physical bravery study Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Military recruiting in the United States Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Validity assessment in military psychology Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Reintegration and military family health Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Lone wolf terrorism Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Why do they leave? A conceptual model of military turnover Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Transition from military to civilian life Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Military burnout and work engagement Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Stress, burnout and coping in the military environment Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Stress experiences and abilities to cope Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Military-related mental health morbidities Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Clinical health psychology applications in military settings Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Suicide prevention strategies in military populations Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Military sexual trauma and suicidal self-directed violence Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Understanding suicide among female veterans Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Resilience and stress in military combat flight engineers Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Family-based psychological interventions Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Chronic disease risks and service-related post-traumatic stress disorder in military veterans Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Neurotransmitter and neurotrophic biomarkers in combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Neuroendocrine and immune biomarkers of posttraumatic stress disorder in combat veterans Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Moral injury in service members and veterans Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Student service members/veterans’ mental health on campus Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Resilience and clinical issues in survival behavior under isolation and captivity Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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