The Military Psychologist: Past Issues

  • December 2017[PDF]

    In this issue: The future of Div. 19 and a model for enhancing resiliency.

  • December 2017

    In this issue: The future of Div. 19 and a model for enhancing resiliency.

  • July 2017

    In this issue, working with male sexual assault victims in the military and how can Div. 19 effectively serve those suffering from combat related PTSD.

  • April 2017

    In this issue: reflections on global research and education, tips for finding the right postdoctoral experience, suggestions for how instructors can facilitate learning for nontraditional student.

  • October 2016

    In this issue: helping deployed military with distressed relationships and using Amazon's Mechanical Turk to recruit veterans for research.

  • July 2016

    In this issue: Community-based laboratories for postdeployment adjustment, profile in history and more.

  • April 2016

    In this issue: Military spychologists support NASA's mission; a call for research on autonomous systems; the life and research of Julius “ Jay” E. Uhlaner, PhD and more.

  • October 2015

    In this issue: psychologists must improve their credibility with combat units; 2015 convention review, call for fellow applications and more.

  • July 2015[PDF]

    In this issue: APA convention; understanding military decisions; examining service members' sexuality against "don't ask, don't tel,l" and more.

  • July 2015

    In this issue: APA convention; understanding military decisions; examining service members' sexuality against "don't ask, don't tel,l" and more.

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