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Table of Contents 1. Inwoduc~on e ~ e ~ ~ ~ e ~ e ~ e ~ e e ~ 1 2. Overview of the S=ess Field. A e Human S=ess: Conceptu~ Framework e e ~ e ~ e ~ 4 B. Stress Responses _ C . S tress as a C onc ern for ehe M i~ i tarv 1 ~ 3 . Mi~itary Soc' ~1i~a~ion and the Ethos of Traini:lg 4. Determ~nan~ and Mediators of Stress ~n M~tary Setings A. En~ronmental Context B. C. n~ni - `r. P'^~P~PC C . B ehawor P arcerns and D. Soci~ Condi~ons 31 E. Organiza~on~l Factors. .20 . 2 1 .25 .3S 5. Stress Reduc~on 39 A. Arousal R educ~on 40 B . C ogn~`re Interventiosm E2~ eha~nnral C nnin ~ F;k~ll e .42 S~res~ Inoc:ul ~ n 6 . U ~li7a~on of S=ess Reduc~on in Military C ontexes Clin~al Tn~2~rPnti~n~ .51 A. _ ~ ~.___._ __._ __ B. Experim ental Progra m s 54 7. ProsDects for ~mDle m enta~on 8. References. . . ................... _

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