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Gender Differences in Combat-Related Stressors and Their Association With Postdeployment Mental Health in a Nationally Representat

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Gender Differences in Combat-Related Stressors and Their Association With Postdeployment Mental Health in a Nationally Representative Sample of U.S. OEF/OIF Veterans.

Gender Differences in Combat-Related Stressors and Their Association With Postdeployment Mental Health in a Nationally Representative Sample of U.S. OEF/OIF Veterans.

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Guidelines for Writing Critiques and the Article is attached. Thank you. Guidelines for Writing Critiques 2 pages, is required. Critique one article related to abnormal psychology from Journal of Abnormal Psychology not more than two years old. Guidelines for writing Critiques Bibliographic Reference: See APA Manual for journal article reference Topics to include: When writing your critique, include the following features: author`s major thesis, relevance of author`s views to problems in mental health or psychology; author`s point of view; relation of author`s position to that of other authors you have read; re-examination of your previously-held ideas, values, beliefs; other research presented by the author in order to update his/her information; sample size and description, variables, methodology, conclusion and findings and implication drawn by the author.
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Article Critique[Name][Institution][Date]Article CritiqueThis article entails a study conducted on U.S. OEF/OIF (Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom) service members, with the aim of revealing gender differences in exposure to combat-related stressors, and associated relationships with post-deployment mental health. Because of the evolving nature of modern warfare, and women`s changing roles in the war zone, female service officers have experienced unprecedented levels of combat exposure in the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Although women are still barred from any direct ground combat in the U.S. military, they normally serve in various positions, which put them at risk for combat exposure. Despite the fact, that other countries have employed women in combat roles, women`s exposure to combat in the U.S. is a new phenomenon. As a result, the topic has been widely debated in the pop...

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