MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY
| Guidelines for identifying individuals with signs of neuropsychiatric instability || 1997 |
Neuropsychic instability. Study of documents. At the time of arrival replenishment. Monitoring the behavior of military personnel. Conducting individual interviews. Questionnaire Forecast-2. The text of the questionnaire "Forecast-2".
| Misyura V.F. || Psychological rehabilitation of military personnel || 1995 |
In the manual based on the analysis of domestic and foreign honey agarics, an attempt is made to present modern views on the issues of rehabilitation of personnel who have undergone emotional and psychological effects, to develop some recommendations on its organization in the conditions of the troops.
The author sets forth and substantiates the basic concepts on the problem of psychological rehabilitation, highlights the issues of the participation of military unit officials in organizing and implementing measures to restore the mental balance of military personnel.
The manual discusses some means and methods of social and psychological impact on personnel in order to accelerate recovery and increase its combat effectiveness in extreme conditions.
The manual is intended for officers studying the problems of moral and psychological support of the troops.
| A.N. Glushko || The basics of psychometry || 1994 |
The relevance of the training manual is associated with the widespread introduction of psychodiagnostic techniques in the practice of selecting military specialists and the work of military psychologists, which requires coverage and systematization of information about the adaptation of methods to specific conditions for their application. This manual on the basics of psychometry is designed for military psychologists and specialists of professional psychological selection.
| G. A. Bronevitsky Yu.P. Zuev A.M. Stolyarenko || Fundamentals of Naval Psychology || 1977 |
| Based on the general principles of military psychology and the analysis of experience gained on the ships of the Navy, the psychological characteristics of the activities of Soviet naval sailors in modern conditions are revealed, questions of their preparation for service at sea are examined. |
Designed for officers of the Navy, students and cadets of the naval educational institutions, party and Komsomol activists. The book will be useful to everyone interested in military psychology, its applied areas and psychology of the scientific organization of labor
| A. M. Stolyarenko, G. A. Bronevitsky, Yu. P. Zuev, V. Ya. Korkin. || Introduction to Naval Psychology || 1970 |
| The team of authors wrote this book on the instructions of the Political Administration of the Red Banner Northern Fleet. |
The book is the first attempt to systematically review the basic psychological problems of the daily and combat activities of the Navy, the training, education and psychological training of Soviet sailors. The authors sought a popular presentation of theoretical issues and their modern practical significance. The content is designed for officers, foremen and cadets of higher naval schools. Many of its chapters can be useful for the commanding staff of the merchant fleet.
| Lecture notes of the military department || Military conflictology |
| "The essence of conflicts, their role in the life and work of man, the collective and the Armed Forces." "The history of the formation and development of modern conflictological theory and practice." "Methodological problems of conflict resolution, classification and conflict functions." "Theoretical and methodological problems of the conflict." "Objective causes of conflict." "Typical psychological causes of relational conflicts." "The development of military psychology in England, Germany, France, Japan and Israel." "Features of the course and impact of conflicts on the vital activity of military personnel." "The main approaches and features of the scientific study of intrapersonal conflicts." "Organization, basic methods and techniques of conflict research." "Psychological conditions for conflict prevention." "The role of information in conflict interaction and features of non-conflict communication." "Directions and ways to prevent conflicts in military collectives." "Principles and conditions for constructive resolution of the conflict." "Methods and techniques for resolving interpersonal conflicts." "A third party in resolving interpersonal conflicts." "The specifics of negotiating with the enemy" |
| Maklakov. || General principles of military psychology |
| The emergence and development of military psychology. The views of prominent Russian commanders (A.V. Suvorov, M.I. Kutuzov, P.S. Nakhimov, S.O. Makarov, M.I. Dragomirov) on the problems of psychological support for the activities of military personnel. The development of military psychological thought in the XX century. The formation of domestic military psychology. Military psychology as a branch of modern science, its structure and functions. The subject, object and tasks of military psychology. The main directions of research by military psychologists. Research methods in military psychology. |
| Guidelines || Features of the correction of post-traumatic stress disorder (ITSD) in participants in hostilities |
| Methodological recommendations were developed as part of the social order of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus “To develop criteria for assessing the impact of neuropsychiatric and psychosomatic disorders on the level of their mental adaptation. To propose scientifically based approaches to the prevention, correction of these disorders among participants in hostilities and the medical and psychological rehabilitation of these individuals ”for 1998-1999 and the implementation of the main activities of the Interstate comprehensive program for the protection of health and rehabilitation of internationalist soldiers and their families for 1997-2000 on the topic “The study of preclinical forms and risk factors for neuropsychiatric and psychosomatic disorders in order to develop scientifically based principles for their early detection, prevention and correction and participants of military operations. " |
These guidelines describe the basic principles and methods for the correction of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in combatants, and describe the features of drug therapy and psychotherapy. The new modern method of psychotherapy in PTSD is widely disclosed - the method of desensitization and processing with eye movements (DPDG).
The guidelines are intended for psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, neuropathologists, rehabilitation therapists, psychologists and other rehabilitation specialists.
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