5 edition of Air war and emotional stress found in the catalog.
|Statement||Irving L. Janis ; the Rand Corporation.|
|Series||The Rand series.|
|LC Classifications||UG632 .J36 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 280 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||76001958|
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Air War and Emotional Stress: Psychological Studies of Bombing and Civilian Defense [Janis, Irving Lester] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Air War and Emotional Stress: Psychological Studies of Bombing and Civilian DefenseCited by: This monograph outlines the results of a technical study of the reactions of persons subjected to conventional and atomic bombing during World War II.
The study was undertaken to evaluate the psychological effects of air warfare and delineate certain major problems that may arise in planning for the defense of the United States against air attack. Air war and emotional stress: psychological studies of bombing and civilian Irving Lester Janis Snippet view - Get this from a library.
Air war and emotional stress: psychological studies of bombing and civilian defense. [Irving L Janis]. Genre/Form: Technical reports: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Janis, Irving L. (Irving Lester), Air war and emotional stress.
Air War and Emotional Stress. Psychological Studies of Bombing and Civilian Defense: By Irving L. Janis. New York: NcGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., pp. Review by: Francis J. Braceland. With the exposure of entire civilian populations to the destructive implements of modern war, new problems confront the medical and social sciences.
A volume in the Rand series, evaluating the psychological effects of air warfare to assist in planning the defense of the United States against air attack.
Air War and Emotional Stress | Foreign AffairsWritten: Emotional and mental stress. Much of our modern stress comes from mental and emotional anxiety.
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the Hiroshima duck-and-cover successes in his book, Air War and Emotional Stress.) “ the legal principle of wilful blindness: you are responsible if you could have known, and should have known, something which instead you strove not to see.
Their claim not to know is no excuse under the Size: 1MB. Part of the The Plenum Series on Stress and Coping book series (SSSO) Abstract Displacement, witnessing violent acts, bearing arms, being victims of direct hostilities are some of the traumatic experiences children face growing up in war-torn by: War Trauma and Its Wake: Expanding the Circle of Healing (Psychosocial Stress Series Book 45) - Kindle edition by Scurfield, Raymond Monsour, Platoni, Katherine Theresa.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading War Trauma and Its Wake: Expanding the Circle of Healing (Psychosocial Stress /5(7).
Combat stress among fliers, known then as “aero-neurosis,” became more common as the war progressed. Psychological stress, combined with the little-understood effects of high-altitude flying such as hypoxia, often resulted in airmen being removed from duty and sent to one of many convalescent hospitals that had popped up across the French and British countryside.
BAGRAM BASE, Afghanistan (AFPN) -- EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third in a series of three articles about Air Force combat stress control teams in Afghanistan treating troops on the front lines.
Psychologists have said all deployed service members will encounter stress during their deployments. In fact, 50 percent of all servicemembers who visit a combat stress control team at. War, physical and sexual abuse, and natural disasters. All crises have one thing in common: Victims often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and their loved ones suffer right along with them.
In this book, couples will learn how to have a healthy relationship, in spite of a stressful and debilitating disorder. They'll learn how to. Emotional labor is particularly common in service industries that are also characterized by relatively low pay, which creates the added potentials for stress and feelings of being treated unfairly.
Glomb, T. M., Kammeyer-Mueller, J. D., & Rotundo, M. Combat stress reaction (CSR) is a term used within the military to describe acute behavioral disorganization seen by medical personnel as a direct result of the trauma of war.
Also known as "combat fatigue" or "battle neurosis", it has some overlap with the diagnosis of acute stress reaction used in civilian is historically linked to shell shock and can sometimes precurse post Specialty: Psychiatry.
Having spent a lot of time interviewing veterans this book really opened my eyes to the connection, dynamics, consequences, and emotional pull and push that war and combat is to a veteran.
Junger describes things so well and in a way that only a person who has been through combat can relate but as the reader you almost feel as though you get it /5. Pierre Clostermann's story of flying over combat missions while serving as a Free French Sergeant-Pilot with the RAF. The episode when Clostermann helped remove a fellow pilot from the cockpit of a Hawker Tempest fighter that had crashed and cartwheeled in a flaming wreck while attempting a "wheels-up" belly-landing, and then holding what was left of his burned & mangled friend as he died /5.
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Professional pilots can experience stress in flight, on the ground during work-related activities, and during personal time because of the influence of their occupation.
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