Risk and resilience in us military families this volume released in late 2010 represents collaboration between the military family research institute and the center for deployment psychology it collects the most recent and relevant research on military families. Risk and resilience in us military families presents new data and new analyses of the research on military families offers interdisciplinary perspective from military to mental health contributors are leading researchers in the field offers a mix of research and intervention. Written by military and civilian scholars across the medical and mental health fields risk and resilience in military families focuses on four key areas of research marital functioning parenting and child outcomes family sequelae of wounds and injuries and single service members who comprise half of currently active troops. Download citation risk and resilience in us military families marriages under stress are generally at increased risk of ending in separation and divorce since 2001 military marriages have
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