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van Beurden, M. (author), Streefkerk, J.W. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Jetten, A. (author), van Trijp, S. (author), Venrooij, W. (author), Veldhuijs, G. (author)
The rapid development and adoption of new technologies (i.e. advanced sensor and communication platforms and monitoring devices) changes the way soldiers operate in the field. A concern frequently expressed by soldiers and commanders, is the increasing demand that technology places on the cognitive resources of dismounted soldiers. Such...
conference paper 2016
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Kamphuis, W. (author), Delahaij, R. (author)
In the current study, the relative importance of different resources for psychological resilience of service members is investigated. The study employs a model of psychological resilience developed for the Netherlands Armed Forces, which identifies 25 resources for resilience at 5 different levels (individual, home front, team, leader,...
conference paper 2014
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Delahaij, R. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), van den Berg, C.E. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Boermans, S. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author), Korteling, H. (author), Euwema, M. (author)
Trust in leadership is essential in high-risk work-environments such as the military. Without a willingness to be vulnerable to the leader’s directives, soldiers may lose their focus and become less prepared to respond to operational demands. The present research examined how trust in different hierarchical leaders affects soldiers’ morale,...
conference paper 2012
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van den Berg, C. (author), Delahaij, R. (author), Kamphuis, W. (author)
Psychological resilience is seen as a factor influencing soldiers’ performance, mental health, and long-term adaptation after deployment. Factors related to unit’s morale as evaluated by the Netherlands Morale Instrument were compared to soldiers mental health evaluation six months after return from deployment to Afghanistan. For this study the...
conference paper 2012
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