The Military Psychologist

A publication of Division 19
October 2014 |Vol. 29, No. 3
During traumatic events, dissociation promotes occupational functioning and is, therefore, adaptive.
Writing Contest Winners

Contest winner: A healthy dose of dissociation

During traumatic events, dissociation promotes occupational functioning and is, therefore, adaptive.

Contest winner: Moral injury as a new normal in the modern wars

By Jeremy Jinkerson

When combatants commit acts that transgress their moral beliefs or witness others doing so, they experience moral conflict.

Contest winner: Suicide risk assessment and management guidance for military psychologists

By Laura L. Neely, PsyD, Jennifer Tucker, PhD, Jamie T. Carreno, PhD, Geoffrey Grammer, MD, and Marjan Ghahramanlou-Holloway, PhD

A brief overview of best practices in suicide prevention and associated resources is provided.

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