Child Maltreatment within Military Families, book chapter in Risk & Resilience in U.S. Military Families
This chapter summarizes current understanding of child maltreatment in the military. Several characteristics of the military population and military life are likely protective with respect to child...
Spouses's ability to cope with deployment and adjust to Air Force Family demands.
Using data from 34,381 Air Force active-duty members, the current study examines active-duty membersí perceptions of their spouseís or significant otherís ability to cope with deployment of unknown...
Wartime Deployment and Military Children: Applying Prevention Science to Enhance Family Resilience
During wartime, military families and children make extraordinary sacrifices for their country. This chapter reviews the impact of wartime deployments and parental combat-related mental health...
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