Operational Psychology: An Emerging Subdiscipline

  title={Operational Psychology: An Emerging Subdiscipline},
  author={M. Staal and J. A. Stephenson},
  journal={Military Psychology},
  pages={269 - 282}
  • M. Staal, J. A. Stephenson
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Military Psychology
  • There has been recognition across the Department of Defense (DoD) that psychologists are increasingly called on by military commanders to support military operations in unique and diverse ways. This call has resulted in the expansion of the role of military psychology. Military psychologists are treading where they have not previously, and this has raised a number of concerns in terms of training preparation and ethics. In this article we explore an emerging subdiscipline in behavioral science… CONTINUE READING
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