More and more young people choose to pursue college education as a means to learn skills and get better career prospects. To some of these students, there’s more to college education than learning a certain subject or majoring in things like history, mathematics, and engineering. They choose to do one more thing – serve their… Read More
Resilience Training: Guided Self-reflection as an Alternative to Coping Skills in Military Officer Cadets
Research Paper Title Strengthening resilience in military officer cadets: A group-randomized controlled trial of coping and emotion regulatory self-reflection training. Background This group-randomized control trial examined the efficacy of guided coping and emotion regulatory self-reflection as a means to strengthen resilience by testing the effects of the training on anxiety and depression symptoms and perceived… Read More
Psychologists & the Training of British Army Officers at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS)
Research Paper Title Here, there and everywhere: psychologists and the training of British Army officers at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Abstract The Department of Communication and Applied Behavioural Science is one of the three departments in the academic faculty at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. The aim of the Department is to equip officer… Read More
The Best Military Academies in the USA
Studying at a military academy is a bit different from going to a traditional college or university. What is more, the application process differs as well. You will need to pass a medical exam and undergo a candidate fitness assessment in addition to submitting the results of your standardised tests. Here is the list of… Read More
Modellin Lyme Disease Host Animal Habitat Suitability for Officer Cadets
Research Paper Title Modeling Lyme disease host animal habitat suitability, West Point, New York. Abstract As the most frequently reported vector-borne disease among active component U.S. service members, with an incidence rate of 16 cases per 100,000 person-years in 2011, Lyme disease poses both a challenge to healthcare providers in the Military Health System and… Read More
What is the Influence of Occupation, Diet, & Lifestyle Factors on Occupant & Built Environment Microbial Ecology?
Research Paper Title Longitudinal homogenization of the microbiome between both occupants and the built environment in a cohort of United States Air Force Cadets. Background The microbiome of the built environment has important implications for human health and wellbeing; however, bidirectional exchange of microbes between occupants and surfaces can be confounded by lifestyle, architecture, and… Read More
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