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    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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