PSYCHOLOGY

Sleep Disturbance During Military Deployment

Feb 25, 2018 by in PSYCHOLOGY Comments Off on Sleep Disturbance During Military Deployment

Fig. 6.1 Adjusted percent for male E1–E4 soldiers in theater for 9 months (Reprinted with permission from the Mental Health Advisory Team V [13]) Sleep and Performance The MHAT-V [13] also…

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The Neurocircuitry of Fear and PTSD

Feb 25, 2018 by in PSYCHOLOGY Comments Off on The Neurocircuitry of Fear and PTSD

Fig. 10.1 Structural magnetic resonance images (MRIs ) showing the structures of interest in this chapter: (a) a sagittal MRI slice showing the dorsal anterior cingulate gyrus (dACC) and structures…

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Sleep and Fatigue Issues in Military Operations

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Fig. 7.1 Consequences of poor sleep practices Sleep in the Military The population of individuals who serve in the US military is comprised of officers and enlisted personnel who are relatively…

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Actigraphy and PTSD

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Fig. 17.1 A normal actigraph Fig. 17.2 An actigraph of a person with insomnia showing periods of activity in the middle of the night Figure 17.3 shows a typical recording…

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