A Model of Psychological Issues in Peacekeeping Operations,
WALTER REED ARMY INST OF RESEARCH WASHINGTON DC
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This brief report presents a conceptual model for summarizing the underlying psychological features salient to soldier adaptation to peacekeeping operations. The model was developed based on research conducted with Army units in Europe involved in recent peacekeeping operations. Two questions are addressed 1 What stressors do soldiers encounter in peacekeeping operations and 2 What universal issues emerge across different deployments Results include examples of the stressors soldiers encounter on peacekeeping operations, as well as some actions that can be taken to counteract the unhealthy effects of these stressors.
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