Jones, M. G. Steve
October 2014
U.S. Army Medical Department Journal;Oct-Dec2014, p1
Academic Journal
The author discusses the psychological aspects of soldiering and deployment of soldiers into war, focusing on the reintegration issues and factors associated with increased risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Topics include the factors increasing the risk of developing PTSD which include genetic factors, environmental factors, and adverse childhood experiences. Also mentioned are the efforts by the U.S. Army to build and maintain the resilience of soldiers and families.


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