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Website (updated last 24June2006) For

Combat Stress Injury Theory, Research, and Management

 

Edited by

 

Charles R. Figley, Ph.D. and William P. Nash, M.D.

For the Routledge Psychosocial Stress Book Series

Release: December 2006


Table of Contents

 

Work

Author

Page

Series Editorial Note

Charles R. Figley, Series Editor

i

Acknowledgements

iv

Dedication

v

Foreword

Jonathan Shay

vi

Chapter 1: Introduction: For Those Who Bear the Battle

Charles R. Figley and William P. Nash

1

Section I: Theoretical Orientation to Combat Stress Management

12

Chapter 2: The Stressors of War

William P. Nash

14

Chapter 3: Combat/Operational Stress Adaptations and Injuries

William P. Nash

66

Chapter 4: Competing and Complementary Models of Combat Stress Injury

William P. Nash and Dewleen G. Baker

99

Section II: Research Contributions to Combat Stress Injuries and Adaptation

151

Chapter 5: The Mortality Impact of Combat Stress 30 Years after Exposure

Joseph A. Boscarino

154

Chapter 6: Combat Stress Management: The interplay between combat, injury and Loss

Danny Koren, Yair Hilel, Noa Idar, Deborah Hemel, and Ehud Klein

188

Chapter 7: Secondary Traumatization among Wives of War Veterans with PTSD

Rachel Dekel and Zahava Solomon

218

Section III: Combat Stress Injury Management Programs

251

Chapter 8: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives of Combat Stress and the Army Combat Stress Control Team

Bret A. Moore and Greg Reger

257

Chapter 9: Virtual Reality Applications for the Treatment of Combat-Related PTSD

Skip Rizzo, Barbara Rothbaum, and Ken Graap

291

Chapter 10: Experimental Methods in the Treatment of PTSD

James L. Spira, Jeffrey M. Pyne, Brenda Wiederhold

326

Chapter 11: Medication Management of Combat and Operational Stress Injuries in Active Duty Service Members

Nancy M. Clayton and William P. Nash

360

Chapter 12: The Royal Marines approach to Psychological Trauma

Cameron March and Neil Greenberg

406

Chapter 13: The Operational Stress Injury Social Support Program

Stephane Grenier, Kathy Darte, Alexandra Heber,  and Don Richardson

429

Chapter 14: Spirituality and readjustment following war zone experiences

Kent Drescher, Mark W. Smith, and David W. Foy

486

Chapter 15: The Returning Warrior: Advice for Families and Friends

Judith A. Lyons

513

Indices

536

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Contributors

Acknowledgements

Dedications

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