Widely regarded as the authoritative work in the field, this book comprehensively explores the psychological needs of today's service members and how to meet them effectively. Expert contributors review best practices for conducting fitness-for-duty evaluations and other types of assessments, treating frequently encountered clinical problems, responding to disasters, and promoting the health and well-being of all personnel. The book also examines the role of mental health professionals in enhancing operational readiness, with chapters on crisis and hostage negotiation, understanding terrorists, and more.
New to This Edition
*The latest scientific knowledge, clinical interventions, and training recommendations.
*Chapter on acute combat stress.
*Chapter on post-deployment problems, including PTSD and depression.
*Chapter on military psychology ethics.
*Coverage of blast concussion screening and evaluation.
|Publisher:||Guilford Publications, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 6.30(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Carrie H. Kennedy, PhD, ABPP, is a Commander in the Medical Service Corps of the United States Navy and is the Group Psychologist for the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group in Quantico, Virginia. She has served at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia; the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland; the United States Naval Hospital in Okinawa, Japan; the University of Virginia (Duty Under Instruction; Neuropsychology Fellowship); and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida. Dr. Kennedy has deployed with the Detention Hospital in Guantanamo Bay and with the 1st Medical Battalion to Helmand Province, Afghanistan. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 19, Military Psychology) and the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Kennedy is coeditor of the books Military Neuropsychology, Wheels Down: Adjusting to Life after Deployment, and Ethical Practice in Operational Psychology: Military and National Intelligence Applications and serves on the editorial boards of the journals Military Psychology and Psychological Services.
Eric A. Zillmer, PsyD, is the Carl R. Pacifico Professor of Neuropsychology and Director of Athletics at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He is a clinical psychologist and a Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the American Psychological Association, the Society for Personality Assessment, and the National Academy of Neuropsychology, for which he has also served as president. Dr. Zillmer has written extensively in the areas of sports psychology, neuropsychology, and the psychology of terrorists. He is the author of several books, including Principles of Neuropsychology and The Quest for the Nazi Personality: A Psychological Investigation of Nazi War Criminals, and the coauthor of two psychological assessment procedures: the d2 Test of Attention and the Tower of London test.
Table of Contents
Foreword, Thomas C. Lynch
1. A History of Military Psychology, Carrie H. Kennedy, Jamie G. H. Hacker Hughes, and Jeffrey A. McNeil
2. Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations, Mark C. Monahan and James M. Keener
3. Assessment and Selection of High-Risk Operational Personnel: Identifying Essential Psychological Attributes, James J. Picano, Thomas J. Williams, and Robert R. Roland
4. Assessment and Management of Acute Combat Stress on the Battlefield, Bret A. Moore, Shawn T. Mason, and Bruce E. Crow
5. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Other Psychological Sequelae of Military Deployment, Greg M. Reger and Nancy A. Skopp
6. Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine in Military Healthcare Settings, Alan L. Peterson, Ann S. Hryshko-Mullen, and Donald D. McGeary
7. Military Roles in Postdisaster Mental Health, Teresa M. Au, Teresa L. Marino-Carper, Benjamin D. Dickstein, and Brett T. Litz
8. Neuropsychological Practice in the Military, Louis M. French, Victoria Anderson-Barnes, Laurie M. Ryan, Thomas M. Zazeckis, and Sally Harvey
9. Suicide Prevention in the Military, David E. Jones, Laurel L. Hourani, Mathew B. Rariden, Patricia J. Hammond, and Aaron D. Werbel
10. Substance Abuse Services and Gambling Treatment in the Military, Ingrid B. Pauli, Carrie H. Kennedy, David E. Jones, William A. McDonald, and Revonda Grayson
11. Crisis and Hostage Negotiation, Russell E. Palarea, Michael G. Gelles, and Kirk L. Rowe
12. Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Training: Preparing Military Members for the Demands of Captivity, Anthony P. Doran, Gary B. Hoyt, Melissa D. Hiller Lauby, and Charles A. Morgan III
13. The Psychology of Terrorists: Nazi Perpetrators, the Baader–Meinhof Gang, War Crimes in Bosnia, Suicide Bombers, the Taliban, and Al Qaeda, Eric A. Zillmer
14. Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical, Operational, Expeditionary, and Combat Environments, Carrie H. Kennedy
Military psychologists; civilian mental health professionals who work with service members and veterans, including clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and counselors; police and law enforcement psychologists; instructors and graduate students. Serves as a text in graduate-level courses.