Handbook of Military Psychology
SELECTION, CLASSIFICATION AND PLACEMENT IN MILITARY SERVICES.
Psychological Assessment and Military Personnel Management (F. Steege & W. Fritscher).
Spatial Ability and Orientation of Pilots (L. Boer).
HUMAN FACTORS AND MILITARY PERFORMANCE.
Overcoming the Effects of Stress on Military Performance: Human Factors.
Training and Selection Strategies (J. Driskell & E. Salas).
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND MILITARY PERFORMANCE.
Effects of High Terrestrial Altitude on Military Performance (L. Banderet & R. Burse).
Military Performance in Sustained Acceleration and Vibration Environments (H. von Gierke, et al.).
LEADERSHIP IN MILITARY PERFORMANCE.
Executive Leadership (T. Jacobs & E. Jaques).
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOR.
Cohesion and Esprit de Corps (F. Manning).
Cultural and Societal Factors in Military Organizations (S. Labuc).
CLINICAL AND CONSULTATIVE/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.
Psychotherapy and Behavior Change (T. O'Hearn).
Consultation in a Military Setting (J. Lenz & B. Roberts).
SPECIAL SUBJECTS AND SPECIAL SITUATIONS.
Hostage Negotiation: Issues and Applications (G. Fuselier).
A. DAVID MANGELSDORFF received his BA from Dartmouth College, MA and PhD degrees in psychology from the University of Delaware, MA in English from St. Mary s University of San Antonio, Texas, and an MPH degree from the University of Texas School of Public Health. He is a fellow of both the American Psychological Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr Mangelsdorff is an adjunct professor at the University of Texas School of Public Health and a clinical assistant professor of family practice at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He serves as associate editor (clinical/health) for the journal Military Psychology and on the editorial board of the Journal of Traumatic Stress. His research areas include stress, disasters, health psychology, and retention factors. He remains active in the Army reserves as the psychology staff officer for Headquarters, Health Services Command.