The Military Psychologist
A publication of Division 19
July 2014 |Vol. 29, No. 2
Feature ArticlePatrick H. DeLeon, PhD
Initiatives are taking hold in the national movement toward integrated care, interprofessional collaboration and patient-centered/data-driven best practices.
In this issue
- APA program chair report
The Society for Military Psychology presents a thoughtfully crafted program in conjunction with APA's annual meeting.
By Ann Landes and Nate Ainspan, PhD
- What's in a name? The controversy of being denoted The Wizard
Some “terms of endearment” slip easily off the sailor's tongue, but make policy makers addressing destigmatization uneasy.
By Carrie H. Kennedy
- President's message
The executive committee has prepared an open letter to the membership of Div. 19 on the outcome of the ethics complaint brought against former Army psychologist John Leso.
By Kathryn T. Lindsey, PhD
Spotlight on History
- Profiles in military psychology: Meredith P. Crawford
Meredith P. Crawford was the founder and effective leader of one of the most important research organizations in the history of military psychology.
By Peter F. Ramsberger, PhD
Spotlight on Research
- Relationship between Marine Corps wives' stress and perceived social support
Social support plays a critical role in family well-being among military personnel, but is it enough?
By Jennifer Woodworth, PsyD, Gerardo Canul, PhD, and Eric Morrison, PhD
The Military Psychologist: July 2014 (PDF, 1.3MB)