Accession Number : ADP003993
Title : A Survey of Division Psychologists' Experiences,
Corporate Author : LETTERMAN ARMY MEDICAL CENTER SAN FRANCISCO CALIF
Personal Author(s) : Laskow,G. B. ; Rollins,K. D.
Report Date : DEC 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : The role of the division psychologist has been discussed as that of a consultant. Historically, most psychologists enter a division immediately after their internship, at a time when their self-concept as soldiers, officers, and psychologists is still forming. Due to the low retention rate for AMEDD psychologists, many interns are unable to discuss division psychology with an experienced colleague. Survey results from experienced psychologists were solicited in an attempt to provide pragmatic advice and guidance to anyone entering a division job. The contents of this report highlight some of the problems and potential benefits in a tour as a division psychologist.
Descriptors : *Military psychology, *Psychologists, Surveys, Roles(Behavior), Army, Army personnel, Questionnaires, Job analysis, Symposia
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE