Brewin, CR, Andrews, B, Valentine, JD.
Meta–analysis of risk factors for posttraumatic stress
disorder in trauma–exposed adults. J Consult Clin
2000; 68: 748–66.
Newby, JH, McCarroll, JE, Ursano, RJ, Fan, Z, Shigemura, J, Tucker–Harris, Y.
Positive and negative consequences of a military
deployment. Mil Med
2005; 170: 815–9.
Stress and personality as factors in the causality and
prognosis of combat reaction.
Contemporary Studies in Combat Psychiatry (ed. Belanky, G): 21–9. Westport Greenwood Press,
Vogt, DS, Pless, AP, King, LA, King, DW.
Deployment stressors, gender, and mental health outcomes
among Gulf War I veterans. J Trauma
2005; 18: 272–84.
Browne, T, Hull, L, Horn, O, Jones, M, Murphy, D, Fear, NT,
Explanations for the increase in mental health problems in UK
reserve forces who have served in Iraq. Br J
2007; 190: 484–9.
Vasterling, JJ, Proctor, SP, Friedman, MJ, Hoge, CW, Heeren, T, King, LA,
PTSD symptom increases in Iraq–deployed soldiers: comparison
with nondeployed soldiers and associations with baseline symptoms,
deployment experiences, and postdeployment stress.
J Trauma Stress
Iversen, AC, Fear, NT, Ehlers, A, Hacker Hughes, J, Hull, L, Earnshaw, M,
Risk factors for post–traumatic stress disorder among UK
Armed Forces personnel. Psychol Med
2008; 38: 511–22.
Impact of combat on the mental health and well–being of
soldiers and marines. Smith Coll Stud Soc
2009; 79: 247–62.
Fear, NT, Jones, M, Murphy, D, Murhpy, D, Hull, L, Iversen, AC,
The consequences of deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on the
mental health of the UK armed forces: a cohort study.
2010; 375: 1783–97.
Mulligan, K, Jones, N, Woodhead, C, Davis, M, Wessely, S, Greenberg, N.
Mental health of UK military personnel while on deployment in
Iraq. Br J Psychiatry
2010; 197: 405–10.
Jones, N, Seddon, R, Fear, NT, McAllister, P, Wessely, S, Greenberg, N.
Leadership, cohesion, morale and the mental health of UK
Armed Forces in Afghanistan. Psychiatr Interpers
Office of the Surgeon Multi–National Force–Iraq and Office of the
Command Surgeon Mental Health Advisory Team (MHAT) V.
Operation Iraqi Freedom 06–08: Iraq. Operation Enduring Freedom
Office of the Surgeon Multi–National Force–Iraq and Office
of the Command Surgeon,
Goldberg, D, Williams, P.
A User's Guide to the General Health Questionnaire.
Weathers, FW, Litz, BT, Huska, JA, Keane, TM.
PTSD Checklist – Civilian Version.
Boston National Center for PTSD, Behavioral Science
Hoge, CW, Castro, CA, Messer, SC, McGurk, D, Cotting, DI, Koffman, RL.
Combat duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, mental health problems,
and barriers to care. N Engl J Med
Dandeker, C, French, C, Birtles, C, Wessley, S.
Deployment experiences of British Army wives before, during
and after deployment: satisfaction with military life and use of support
Human Dimensions in Military Operations – Military Leaders'
Strategies for Addressing Stress and Psychological Support. Meeting
Proceedings RTO–MP-HFM-134, Paper 38: 38-1-38-20.
RTO, 2006 (http://www.dtic.mil/cgi–bin/GetTRDoc?Location=U2&doc=GetTRDoc.pdf&AD=ADA472730).
Eaton, KM, Hoge, CW, Messer, SC, Whitt, AA, Cabrera, OA, McGurk, D,
Prevalence of mental health problems, treatment need, and
barriers to care among primary care–seeking spouses of military service
members involved in Iraq and Afghanistan deployments.
2008; 173: 1051–6.
Military deployment: the impact on children and family
adjustment and the need for care. Curr Opin
2009; 22: 369–73.
Batterham, PJ, Christensen, H, Mackinnon, AJ.
Modifiable risk factors predicting major depressive disorder
at four year follow–up: a decision tree approach.
2009; 9: 75.
Moak, ZB, Agrawal, A.
The association between perceived interpersonal social
support and physical and mental health: results from the National
Epidemiological Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
J Public Health (Oxf)
Cohen, S, Wills, TA.
Stress, social support, and the buffering
hypothesis. Psychol Bull
1985; 98: 310–57.
Bell, D, Schumm, W, Knott, B, Ender, MG.
The Desert Fax: a research note on calling home from
Somalia. Armed Forces Soc
1999; 25: 509–21.
Greene, T, Buckman, J, Dandeker, C, Greenberg, N.
How communication with families can both help and hinder
service members' mental health and occupational effectiveness on
deployment. Mil Med
2010; 175: 750–8.
Dandeker, C, Eversden–French, C, Greenberg, N, Hatch, S, Riley, P, van Staden, L,
Laying down their rifles: the changing influences on the
retention of volunteer British Army reservists returning from Iraq,
2003–2006. Armed Forces Soc
2010; 36: 264–89.