3 edition of Military stress and performance found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by George E. Kearney ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Kearney, G. E.|
|LC Classifications||U22.3 .M489 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||2004353511|
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This book is derived largely from a multiple-year, multiple university initiative (MURI) on stress and soldier performance on the modern, electronic battlefield.
It involved leading researchers from many institutions who have brought their individual expertise to bear on these crucial, contemporary concerns. She has authored or edited eight books and more than other publications on stress, stress-related growth, coping, health, and the long-term effects of military service on health in later life.
Her work has been funded by the National Institute on Aging, the National Science Foundation, and the Templeton : This report reviews literature on how stress affects performance generally and applies the most relevant findings to military operations and training.
While some literature suggests a negative linear relationship between stress and performance, other literature implies that performance may in fact be optimal at moderate levels of stress. Both military women and men are exposed to a wide range of stressor events as a part of military training and work assignments.
1 In addition, military women may also experience stressors related to being a woman in a traditionally and predominantly male work environment. 2 The link between perceived work-related stress and impaired functioning on the job is well-documented, demonstrating the classic inverted U-shaped relationship between stress and by: Serving in the military brings unique challenges, without adding the harmful mental and physical effects of serving during war time.
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Subscribe to Combat Stress. Heart rate and task performance: heart rates are a guide, getting there by exercise is not the same as by fear/stress, so HR is merely an associated marker YellowOver and fine motor skills performance degrades significantly Reda HR seems to be the break-point for optimal performance.
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This book presents basic and applied research that addresses the effects of acute stress on by: From rethinking stress to transcending your ‘self,’ the ideas in Peak Performance will help you become better than you ever imagined.” ― Daniel H.
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Improving Military Resilience through Mindfulness Training. high-performance, high-stress situations, while also having to leave loved. 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 Read more. That stress is a significant determinant of performance, emotional wellbeing, and other work outcomes in military settings is not in dispute (Kavanagh, ). What is more pertinent is the nature of the stressors that service members face and the factors that can mitigate the relation-ship between stress and outcomes such as Size: KB.
Of course broader and more humanistic paradigms would make sense of this phenomenon in other ways, however moving into a critical or innovative frame of thinking about PTSD ultimately undermines the war machine, and scrutinises war and the military as profoundly damaging practices and institutions.3/5.
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There are many stressors associated with military life, particularly with deployments, and it is important to understand how such stressors affect individual functioning and performance.
This report reviews literature on how stress affects performance generally and applies the most relevant findings to military operations and training.
Stress is most widely defined as the body's response to external events that somehow upset one's internal balance or make a person feel threatened.
From a biological point of view the effects of stress can be positive, neutral or negative. Stress has many forms and impacts people of all ages, social strata, employment and geographies. Military transition books can be great resources as you enter the civilian job market.
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To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.5/5(2). Military ‘Special Forces’ represent a high-reliability occupation, where stress levels are often intense and failure can be costly.
Selection for such jobs should pay careful attention to psychological factors associated with resiliency under stress. In the present study, US. Other studies have shown that military personnel with high levels of occupational stress had significant rates of mental disorder and loss of productivity.
In the same direction, Pflanz and Ogle [ 5 ] found that both job stress and depression were significantly associated with reduced job performance, more days of absenteeism, greater morbidity and more negative Cited by: A booklist for active duty military families, veteran families, supporters & more.
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Introduction. This chapter addresses amino acid and protein requirements and brain function. A particular focus will be the possibility that central demands for amino acids may modify nutritional requirements when individuals are exposed to extreme environments and other stressors associated with combat and high-intensity military or civilian occupations.
A previous review of the effects of stressors on military performance shows that different stressors have different effects, the effects of stress vary with the type of skill being measured, the presence of certain stressors leads to decrements in performance, and incident-related stress accompanying these stressors can further impair : Patricia Ryaby Backer, Judith M.
Orasanu. Introduction. By definition, soldiers do dangerous and stressful work, and military personnel have an elevated risk of suffering from stress-related disorders following military deployment. 1 The risks of developing other psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety, and alcohol abuse are also higher.
2 Although the military operates under different conditions in peace and war, military Cited by: 2. In short, the military generally lacks proactive mind fitness training programs designed to give warriors skills that optimize performance and protect against the stressors of August NASA/TM—– Stress, Cognition, and Human Performance: A Literature Review and Conceptual Framework Mark A.
Staal Ames File Size: 1MB. The Military Leader Reading List. In The Challenge of Command, Roger Nye explores the varying personas that commanders (and leaders) must develop to be successful, including serving as moral guide, tactical expert, and intellectual leader.
The book also serves as a book reference guide for learning about military history, leadership, and command. This study examined the relationship among job stress, depression, work performance, types of stressors, and perceptions about supervisors in military personnel.
Methods: Eight hundred nine military personnel answered a item survey on work stress, physical and emotional health, work performance, perceptions about leadership, job stressors Cited by: In the military, stress happens.
But too much stress can have negative effects on performance, safety and well-being. During deployment, it is especially important to know the signs of stress and to be ready with good stress management techniques. If you feel the effects of stress due to your spouse’s deployment, check out tips, resources and.
improve biopsychosocial health and facilitate performance. Furthermore, positive stress is considered as an important (25 book chapters, 31 journal papers, 4 review articles).
Stress definition, stress classification, stress research, history of stress research, types of stress, military stress, vocational stress, stress in religions Cited by: 2. The pressures of performance, dedication, and focus are immediate in the military: they happen long before the first deployment.
Stress is intentionally created and recreated and simple endeavors like stashing gear or taking inventory can feel like high-pressure, life-or-death operations. The logic, well supported I should add, is: complacency. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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The physiological or psychological stresses that employees bring to their workplace affect not only their own performance but that of their co-workers and others.
These stresses are often compounded by those of the job itself. Medical personnel, firefighters, police, and military personnel in combat settings--among others--experience highly unpredictable timing and types Cited by:.
Suggested Citation:"Part I Stress and Performance."National Research Council. Enhancing Human Performance: Background Papers, Stress gton, DC.Dave Grossman, a psychology professor at the U.S.
Military Academy at West Point, former Army Ranger, and author of the book On Killing, uses a color-coded graph to categorize the effects of heart rate on performance.Many popular books and articles, as well as military histories, refer to the adverse consequences of combat stress on the performance of soldiers on the battlefield.
In one of the few research studies conducted in a combat situation, the affect of Special Forces soldiers in an isolated outpost, deep in enemy territory during the earlier stages Cited by: