Understanding how deployment experiences change over time: Comparison of female and male OEF/OIF and Gulf War veterans.

@article{Fox2016UnderstandingHD,
  title={Understanding how deployment experiences change over time: Comparison of female and male OEF/OIF and Gulf War veterans.},
  author={Annie B. Fox and Brian Esparza Walker and Brian Norman Smith and Daniel W. King and Lynda A. King and Dawne Vogt},
  journal={Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          135-40
        }
}
Despite increased attention to the evolving nature of war, the unique challenges of contemporary deployment, and women's changing role in warfare, few studies have examined differences in deployment stressors across eras of service or evaluated how gender differences in deployment experiences have changed over time. Using data collected from two national survey studies, we examined war cohort and gender differences in veterans' reports of both mission-related and interpersonal stressors during… CONTINUE READING
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