Accession Number : AD0682511
Title : PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF AIR FORCE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTISTS (15TH), SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, 31 JANUARY TO 2 FEBRUARY 1968,
Corporate Author : SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
Personal Author(s) : McKenzie,Richard E.
Report Date : SEP 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 258
Abstract : Contents: Some comments on behavioral modification; Goals of treatment; Behavior therapy in 1968; Therapists' awareness of how group therapy patients perceive them; A community mental health approach in a military setting; A CHAP child guidance clinic in a USAF hospital; Improving the management of children by group behavior therapy of their parents; The definitive care unit: A new approach to an old problem; The efficiency of group psychotherapy with first-term airmen at an Air Force technical training center; Development of a family therapy program at an overseas psychiatric facility; Psychiatric practice and psychopathology in a large Air Force clinic; A human relations training program at a USAF hospital; Determinism versus free will in human behavior; Conceptualization as reflected in social perception behavior: A preliminary report; Diminished male orientation in suicidal basic trainees; LSD and socialization; Therapeutic abortion of military dependents for psychiatric reasons; A discussion of some psychiatric aspects of therapeutic abortion; The Psychiatrist on trial; Military aeromedical evacuation and psychiatric patients; The Rorschach protocols of two cases of traumatic neurosis of war; The Rorschach repressive index as a measure of psychologic functioning; Differential use of social work personnel; A study of the use of short forms of the Wechsler-Bellevue intelligence test on a restricted population.
Descriptors : (*PSYCHIATRY, SYMPOSIA), MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY, GROUP DYNAMICS, THERAPY, CHILDREN, EFFICIENCY, AIR FORCE PERSONNEL, MEDICAL PERSONNEL, MENTAL DISORDERS, TRAINING, BEHAVIOR, PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY), LYSERGIC ACIDS, AVIATION MEDICINE, EVACUATION, NEUROSES, PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUES, INTELLIGENCE TESTS, SOCIOLOGY
Subject Categories : Psychology
Medicine and Medical Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE