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Online publication date 2010-04-09
Title Transformation of the soldiers` personality in the International Operation Theatre and in the Post – operational Stage
Author Aivars Buls, Aleksejs Vorobjovs
Abstract Typical changes in the content of soldiers personality during the “Operation Iraqi Freedom” were defined in the research. Derived results indicate on aftereffects left in their psyche through the engagements. It turned out, that psycho facilities compensation loss has a negative influence on trivial round and soldier`s homeostasis as well.
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Keywords Soldiers’ personality, international operation, environment, psycho trauma, permanent place of deployment, a dangerous situation.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/ati.2010.5
Pages 33-42
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