Military Stress and Performance : The Australian Defence Force Experience
Managing stress is an important issue not only for the military, but equally for other high-risk professions. Focusing on the Australian Defence Force experience, this work provides a synthesis of a wide range of research, offering a coherent, integrated approach to the subject.
- Paperback | 278 pages
- 152 x 232 x 20mm | 480.81g
- 01 Mar 2004
- Melbourne University Press
- Carlton, Australia
About Peter Cosgrove
Professor George E. Kearney was foundation Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Griffith University, and is currently Colonel Commandant of the Australian Army Psychology Corps. Professor Mark Creamer is Director of the National Centre for Posttraumatic Health and Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne. He is a clinical psychologist with many years of experience in the field of traumatic stress from both research and clinical perspectives. Dr Ric Marshall was the foundation National Director of the Vietnam Veterans Counselling Service. He is currently head of hospital services performance evaluation with the Victorian Department of Human Services. Major Anne Goyne is a clinical psychologist with the Defence Force Psychology Organisation in Canberra. She completed a Master of Clinical Psychology at the Australian National University and has had a long involvement with military research.