Reading from Required Texts
Read Transforming Leadership: Part 1: Change; Part 2: Leaders
Please select three (or more if they interest you) for use in developing your paper and/or final project. Some of the articles are available in Content in D2L (http://learn.ou.edu), and others can be accessed through OU's online databases (EBSCO).
Hoge, etal. (2004) Combat Duty in Iraq, Mental Health Problems, Barriers to Care. New England Journal of Medicine.
Andrews, Linda Wasmer. (2004) Aftershocks of war. HR Magazine Apr 2004, 65-70.
Arzi, B., Solomon, A. & Dekel, R. (2000). Secondary traumatization among wives of PTSD and post-concussion casualties: distress, caregiver burden and psychological separation. 14(8), 725-736.
Baum, Dan. (2004). The price of valor. New Yorker, 5 July 2004. http://newyorker.com/fact/content/?040712fa_fact
De Silva, P., & Yule, W. (2001). Reactions to traumatic experiences: understanding and treatment. International Review of psychiatry. 13: 149-154.
Hilsenroth, Mark, & Harvill, L. (1995) Use of the Mississippi Scale for combat-related PTSD in detecting war-related, non-combat stress symptomatology. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 51 (6), 799-801.
Mikkelsen, E.G., Einarsen, S. (2002). Basic assumptions and symptoms of victims of bullying at work. European Journal of work and organizational psychology. 11(1), 87-111.
Miller, L. (2003). Family therapy of terroristic trauma: Psychological syndromes and treatment strategies. 31, 257-280.
Post-traumatic stress syndrome. (2002) Harvard Men's Health Watch, Oct 2002, 5-6.
Raad, H. (2003) On compensation for psychiatric injury and emotional distress suffered by close relatives. European review of private law. 3: 412-465.
Van der Hart, O., Brown, P., & Graafland, M. (1999). Trauma-induced dissociative amnesia in World War I combat veterans. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 33: 37-46.
Watkins, J., & Roberts, Z. (2003). Firms fear war stress. People Management. 3 April 2003: 7-8.
Watson, C. G., Tuorila, H., Vickers, K., Gearhart, L, & Mendez, C. (1997). The efficacies of three relaxation regimens in the treatment of PTSD in Vietnam war veterans. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 53(8), 917-923.
Weisenberg, Matisyohu and Joseph Scharzwald. Effects of Combat Stress Reaction and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder on Perceived Self-Efficacy in Battle. (1991) Military Psychology, 3(1), 61-71.
Wessely, Simon. (2004) War and the mind: Psychopathology or suffering? Palestine-Israel Journal, 10 (4), 6-16.