The Military Psychologist
A publication of Division 19
October 2013 |Vol. 28, No. 3 Download Issue (PDF, 2.2MB)
Feature ArticleJames E. Driskell and Tripp Driskell
This article discusses a new view on intelligence gathering – one in which every soldier participates as the eyes and ears of the force.
In This Issue
- The results of a pilot program designed for female veterans who experienced military sexual trauma: The Gaining Insights Following Trauma (GIFT) program
The Gathering Insights Following Trauma (GIFT) program includes resiliency and empowerment education for women experiencing posttraumatic stress disorder after sexual trauma.
By Mary Ann S. Callen, PsyD, Janine A. Shaw, PhD, and Barbara A. Schmidlapp, , LCSW
- Fostering a sense of community among veterans: What we can learn from the Stand Down
Veterans Stand Down is a program that provides homeless veterans both psychological and physical health services.
By Jessica Kelley Morgan
- President's message
By Rebecca I. Porter, PhD
Spotlight on Research and Development
- Mutuality and Marital Adjustment, Well-Being, and Health in Military Couples
This article examines conflict and mutuality in relation to several important marital outcomes, such as depression, marital satisfaction and somatic complaints.
By Jenna L. Baddeley, Meredith Berry, and Jefferson A. Singer
Spotlight on History
- Profiles in military psychology: Raymond E. Christal
Raymond E. Christal contributed to occupational measurement, personality testing, abilities testing, policy capturing, and judgment analysis, as well as cross-national collaborations in testing and measurement.
By Patrick C. Kyllonen