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The Resource The 71F advantage : applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains, edited by Paul T. Bartone, Ross H. Pastel, and Mark A. Vaitkus ; foreword by David A. Rubenstein

The 71F advantage : applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains, edited by Paul T. Bartone, Ross H. Pastel, and Mark A. Vaitkus ; foreword by David A. Rubenstein

Label
The 71F advantage : applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains
Title
The 71F advantage
Title remainder
applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul T. Bartone, Ross H. Pastel, and Mark A. Vaitkus ; foreword by David A. Rubenstein
Title variation
  • Seventy one F advantage
  • Applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains
Title variation remainder
applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
From the back cover: This book, which grew out of an Army research psychology conference, is the first of its kind, intended to provide a comprehensive overview of what Army research psychologists do. Chapters cover the diverse activity areas of 71Fs, from the neurophysiology of sleep, to traumatic brain injury, to leadership and organizational process, as well as several personal and historical accounts. Army research psychologists are making a difference. Through their research, 71Fs provide leaders with new insights and tools for increasing the health and performance of military personnel. This is the "71F Advantage."
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bartone, Paul T.
  • Pastel, Ross Harvey
  • Vaitkus, Mark A
  • National Defense University
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychology, Military
  • Soldiers
  • Soldiers
  • Soldiers
  • Combat
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
Target audience
general
Label
The 71F advantage : applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains, edited by Paul T. Bartone, Ross H. Pastel, and Mark A. Vaitkus ; foreword by David A. Rubenstein
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "First printing, August 2010"--T.p. verso
  • Shipping list no.: 2010-0412-P
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
List of illustrations -- Foreword / David A Rubenstein -- Preface / Hans J Binnendijk -- Introduction / Paul T Bartone -- Part 1: What Is Army Research Psychology? -- 1: U S Army uniformed research psychologists: making a difference yesterday, today, and tomorrow / Gerald P Krueger -- Part 2: Protecting And Enhancing Cognitive Performance -- 2: Army research psychology: moving from science to solutions / Steven R Hursh -- 3: Asleep at the trigger: warfighter judgment and decisionmaking during prolonged wakefulness / William D S Killgore -- 4: Advances in measuring higher order cognitive performance in warfighters under environmental stress / Gina E Adam -- 5: Rapid assessment of eye injuries on the battlefield / Michael W Boye -- Part 3: Psychology Of Leadership -- 6: New wine in old bottles: leadership and personality in the military organization / Paul T Bartone -- 7: Development and fielding of the U S Army Leader Self-development Portfolio / James Ness, Thomas A Kolditz, Philip Lewis, and David M Lam -- 8: Understanding and measuring creative thinking in leaders / Mark A Vaitkus -- Part 4: Soldier Psychological Health -- 9: U S Army Mental Health Advisory Teams / Sharon A McBride, Jeffrey L Thomas, Dennis McGurk, Michael D Wood, and Paul D Bliese -- 10: Military benefit finding: turning adversity to advantage / Michael D Wood and Thomas W Britt -- 11: Enhancing operational readiness through neuroimaging: mapping the pathophysiology of mild traumatic brain injury in warfighters / Michael N Dretsch -- 12: Why do soldiers kill themselves? Understanding suicide in the military / Sandra M Escolas, Paul T Bartone, Marek Rewers, Joseph M Rothberg, and Joel Carter -- Part 5: Applying Psychology To Chemical And Biological Defense -- 13: Psychological effects of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons / Ross H Pastel -- 14: Mitigating the medical consequences of exposure to chemical weapons: contributions of U S Army research psychologists to chemical defense / Maurice L Sipos and Matthew G Clark -- 15: New biodosimetry tools for mental health support in nuclear/radiological accidents or terrorism / Charles A Salter, David J Sandren, Ira H Levine, and William F Blakely -- Part 6: Psychology And Military Families -- 16: Families facing the demands of military life: new research directions / Lolita Burrell, Gary A Adams, Doris Durand, and Carl Andrew Castro -- 17: To stay or not to stay? Family-friendly unit climate and career intentions / Edward N Edens, Lyndon A Riviere, Charles W Hoge, and Paul D Bliese -- Part 7: Perspectives On Army Research Psychology -- 18: Science in action: meeting urgent field requirements through science and technology on the ground in Iraq / Matthew G Clark -- 19: Looking back: from the lab to Iraq and to the clinic / Melba C Stetz -- 20: Notes from a research psychologist at U S Special Operations Command / Craig A Myatt -- 21: Total force and the Army Reserve Component: contributions of research psychology / James E Griffith -- Epilogue: Research for the soldier: the story of an Army research psychologist / James A Romano, Jr, as told to Richard VN Ginn -- About the contributors -- Index
Control code
18866831
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 523 pages
Lccn
2010023052
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn639941035
  • (OCoLC)639941035
Label
The 71F advantage : applying Army research psychology for health and performance gains, edited by Paul T. Bartone, Ross H. Pastel, and Mark A. Vaitkus ; foreword by David A. Rubenstein
Publication
Note
  • "First printing, August 2010"--T.p. verso
  • Shipping list no.: 2010-0412-P
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
List of illustrations -- Foreword / David A Rubenstein -- Preface / Hans J Binnendijk -- Introduction / Paul T Bartone -- Part 1: What Is Army Research Psychology? -- 1: U S Army uniformed research psychologists: making a difference yesterday, today, and tomorrow / Gerald P Krueger -- Part 2: Protecting And Enhancing Cognitive Performance -- 2: Army research psychology: moving from science to solutions / Steven R Hursh -- 3: Asleep at the trigger: warfighter judgment and decisionmaking during prolonged wakefulness / William D S Killgore -- 4: Advances in measuring higher order cognitive performance in warfighters under environmental stress / Gina E Adam -- 5: Rapid assessment of eye injuries on the battlefield / Michael W Boye -- Part 3: Psychology Of Leadership -- 6: New wine in old bottles: leadership and personality in the military organization / Paul T Bartone -- 7: Development and fielding of the U S Army Leader Self-development Portfolio / James Ness, Thomas A Kolditz, Philip Lewis, and David M Lam -- 8: Understanding and measuring creative thinking in leaders / Mark A Vaitkus -- Part 4: Soldier Psychological Health -- 9: U S Army Mental Health Advisory Teams / Sharon A McBride, Jeffrey L Thomas, Dennis McGurk, Michael D Wood, and Paul D Bliese -- 10: Military benefit finding: turning adversity to advantage / Michael D Wood and Thomas W Britt -- 11: Enhancing operational readiness through neuroimaging: mapping the pathophysiology of mild traumatic brain injury in warfighters / Michael N Dretsch -- 12: Why do soldiers kill themselves? Understanding suicide in the military / Sandra M Escolas, Paul T Bartone, Marek Rewers, Joseph M Rothberg, and Joel Carter -- Part 5: Applying Psychology To Chemical And Biological Defense -- 13: Psychological effects of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons / Ross H Pastel -- 14: Mitigating the medical consequences of exposure to chemical weapons: contributions of U S Army research psychologists to chemical defense / Maurice L Sipos and Matthew G Clark -- 15: New biodosimetry tools for mental health support in nuclear/radiological accidents or terrorism / Charles A Salter, David J Sandren, Ira H Levine, and William F Blakely -- Part 6: Psychology And Military Families -- 16: Families facing the demands of military life: new research directions / Lolita Burrell, Gary A Adams, Doris Durand, and Carl Andrew Castro -- 17: To stay or not to stay? Family-friendly unit climate and career intentions / Edward N Edens, Lyndon A Riviere, Charles W Hoge, and Paul D Bliese -- Part 7: Perspectives On Army Research Psychology -- 18: Science in action: meeting urgent field requirements through science and technology on the ground in Iraq / Matthew G Clark -- 19: Looking back: from the lab to Iraq and to the clinic / Melba C Stetz -- 20: Notes from a research psychologist at U S Special Operations Command / Craig A Myatt -- 21: Total force and the Army Reserve Component: contributions of research psychology / James E Griffith -- Epilogue: Research for the soldier: the story of an Army research psychologist / James A Romano, Jr, as told to Richard VN Ginn -- About the contributors -- Index
Control code
18866831
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 523 pages
Lccn
2010023052
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn639941035
  • (OCoLC)639941035

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