Biobehavioral Resilience to Stress

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Overview

Military service involves exposure to multiple sources of chronic, acute, and potentially traumatic stress, especially during deployment and combat. Notoriously variable, the effects of stress can be subtle to severe, immediate or delayed, impairing individual and group readiness, operational performance, and—ultimately—survival. A comprehensive compilation on the state of the science, Biobehavioral Resilience to Stress identifies key factors and characteristics that are essential to a scientifically useful and behaviorally predictive understanding of resilience to stress.

Contributions from Uniquely Qualified Military and Civilian Experts

Initiated by the Military Operational Medicine Research Directorate of the US Army Medical Research and Material Command (USAMRMC), this seminal volume integrates recent research and experience from military and civilian experts in behavioral and social sciences, human performance, and physiology. Each chapter is grounded in vigorous research with emphasis on relevance to a variety of real-world operations and settings, including extreme environments encountered in modern war.

Logical Progression, Cross-Disciplinary Appeal

Organized into four sections, the text begins with a discussion of the relevant aspects of stress in the context of military life to offer civilian readers a window into contemporary military priorities. Later chapters consider biological, physiological, and genetic factors, psychosocial aspects of resilience, and “community capacity” variables that influence psychological responses to stressful events. This multidisciplinary effort concludes with an overview of emergent themes and related issues to advance the science of resilience toward predictive research, theory, and application for all those—military and civilian—who serve in the national defense.

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Editorial Reviews

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… brings a wealth of subject matter expertise to the table. … this book will meet your needs, especially if you are interested in an in-depth look at the physiology of stress and resilience as well as the psychosocial aspects of resilience."
—Geoff Ellis, writing in Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal

… an excellent overview of the more general field of stress psychobiology and psychology that can be applied widely in the medical and behavioral sciences … invaluable to the medical, mental health, or behavioral science practitioner or researcher who works with military personnel … blends just the right amount of academic scholarship, practical utility, and user-friendly readability to make it an indispensable member of your professional bookshelf.
—Daniel Clark, Editor of International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2009

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420071771
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 3/5/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 376
  • Sales rank: 1,059,908
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

STRESS AND RESILIENCE IN MILITARY LIFE
Psychological Screening: Predicting Resilience to Stress, H.N. Garb and J. Cigrang
Resilience and Military Psychiatry, E.C. Ritchie, B. Schneider, R.Forsten, and J. Bradley
The Stresses of Modern War, G.R. Mastroianni, T.R. Mabry, D.M. Benedek, and R.J. Ursano
Resilience through Leadership, D. Campbell, K. Campbell, and J.W. Ness
PHYSIOLOGY OF STRESS AND RESILIENCE
Adaptation to Stress and Psychobiological Mechanisms of Resilience, S.M. Southwick, F. Ozbay, D.Charney, and Bruce S. McEwen
Psychophysiology of Resilience to Stress,C. Waugh, M. Tugade, and B. Fredrickson
Resilience and Survival in Extreme Environments,K.E. Friedl and D.M. Penetar
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors,D.G. Baker, V.B. Risbrough, and N.J. Schork
PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF RESILIENCE
Resilience and Personality, M. Westphal, G.A. Bonanno, and P. Bartone
Cognitive Performance and Resilience to Stress,M.A. Staal, A.E. Bolton, R.A. Yaroush, and L.E. Bourne, Jr.
The Impact of Social Structural Conditions on Psychological Resilience to Stress, D.E. Rohall and J.A. Martin
RESILIENCE AS AN EMPIRICAL AND OPERATIONAL PRIORITY
Resilience: Toward the State of the Possible,V. Tepe and B. Lukey
Index

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