Study Identifies Several Factors Linked to Resiliency in Military SpousesAugust 9, 2019 | :
by Eric W. Dolan
A new study indicates that a broad range of psychosocial factors are associated with the resiliency of military spouses. The research, published in the journal Military Psychology also found that resiliency was related to psychological distress, relationship functioning, sleep quality, and overall health in military spouses.
“For several years, I have collaborated with staff members at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on research projects related to military service members’ mental health and related topics. This project was a natural extension of some of that work in to the relatively new area of military spouse mental health,” said Robert R. Sinclair a professor at Clemson University and the corresponding author of the new study.
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