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IAMPS 2018
Bucharest, Romania - May 7-10, 2018
Military Psychology: Knowledge Building Perspectives
Group photo of IAMPS 2018
IAMPS 2018 was hosted by the Romanian Behavioral and Social Research Center/Human Resources General Management Directorate MoD and the ROU Society for Military Psychology from May 7th to 11th, 2018.

We thank the organizers for being such great hosts and the perfect organization of this event!
Group photo of IAMPS 2018
     A Research Response to Harmful and Inappropriate Sexual Behavior (HISB) in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).
     Léveillé, L. and Davis, K.

     Aggression, Accentuated Personality Traits, Depression and Locus of Control of Prisoners with Substance Abuse.
     Okros, N-I.

     Aptitude Test Validations – Choose Your Criterion Wisely.
     Collins, L.

     Behavioral Assessment in the Military Selection Process.
     Iliescu, D.

     Competence Management in the German Armed Forces.
     Kraus, R.

     Evaluation of a Mindfulness-based Pilot Program in Slovene Armed Forces.
     Žiberna, J.

     Evidence-based Treatments in Clinical and Operational Applications of Military Psychology.
     David, D.

     German Army Training Program.
     Krueckel, O.

     How Terrorism is Revolutionizing Psychology of the Soldier.
     Rawat, S.

     How to do Qualitative Research in Military Organizations – An Embedded Perspective.
     Rømer Barfod, J.

     Initiatives into Promoting Positive Military Transitions.
     Paget, N.

     Methods of Psychological Influence on Military Personnel and Civilians in Latvia.
     Rozcenkova, A.

     Military Deception: A Psychological Perspective of Knowledge Building.
     Verrall, N.

     Motivation for Physical Activity and Aspects of Health and Satisfaction.
     Filjak, S.

     PERSONA: A Psychometric Monitoring Instrument for Highstressed Individuals.
     Kirk, N.

     Professional Adjustment Inventory: Construction and Initial Validation.
     Ica-Macica, C.

     Resilience and Risk Behaviors in Post-Deployment Environment.
     Castro, C.

     Resilience of the Military Family and Performance of Military Personnel.
     Dobre, C.

     Resilience: Performance Enhancer or Reducer?
     Gouws, J.

     Structure of the Psychological Support System of Georgian Army.
     Lelashvili, E.

     Swiss Army Resilience Training – Current State of Work and Initial Findings.
     Annen, H.

     The Families Continuous Attitude Survey 2017 – Informing Policy.
     Stamp, L.

     The Military (and Veteran) Family.
     Castro, C.

     The Perceived Characteristics of Missions Abroad, the Emotional Distress of the ROU Military Spouses and Familial Coping Mechanisms: A Moderation Study.
     Voicu, I. and Marineanu, V.

     The Structure and Validity of the Romanian Version of Personality Beliefs Questionnaire.
     Serac, M. et al.

     To Stay or to Go? Reasons for Quitting the Army according to Czech Soldiers.
     Pavlikova, E. and Lastovkova, J.

     Work-Family and Well-being of the Brazilian Army.
     Rodrigues Silveira, C.

     Working in Post-Conflict Zone is as Stressful as Working Home: Evidence from a Multi-sample PTSD Screening.
     Lita, S.