Military Psychology is the bimonthly journal of APA's Division 19 (Society for Military Psychology). The journal seeks to facilitate the scientific development of military psychology by encouraging communication between researchers and practitioners.
The domain of military psychology is the conduct of research or practice of psychological principles within a military environment. The journal publishes behavioral science research articles having military applications in the areas of clinical and health psychology, training and human factors, manpower and personnel, social and organizational systems, and testing and measurement.
Topics of major concern to military psychology will be covered in special journal issues.
Military Psychology is international in scope, and the editors encourage submission of articles that address research being carried out in a variety of national settings.
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