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IAMPS 2019
Sajarevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - May 6-10, 2019
Military Psychology: The strength of an army is not in its weapons, its strength is in its people
Group photo of IAMPS 2019
IAMPS 2019 was hosted by the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the International Organization for Migration Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina from May 6th to 10th, 2019.

We thank the project coordinator Danijela Torbica and her team for being such great hosts and the perfect organization of this event!
     A Matter of Style: About the Impact of Leadership Styles
     Annen, H.

     A systematic approach to mental health during deployment.
     Wisén, N.

     Are peacekeeping-missions inevitably stressful? A longitudinal study of Swedish peacekeepers.
     Wisén, N.

     Balanced leadership behavior in the Norwegian Armed Forces
     Boe, O.

     Building the capacity for mental health protection and psycho-social assistance for members of the MoD/AF BiH.
     Ležaja, V.

     Czech Army Psychological Training for Foreign Operations.
     Sováková, H., Weiss, P. et al.

     Development and validation of an improved hardiness tool: The Hardiness Resilience Gauge
     Bartone, P., McDonald, K., Stermac, J., Escobar, M., McNeil, J. and Stein, S.

     Evidence based selection and mental health: Lessons learned from aviation.
     Martinussen, M.

     Joining the Army: Preliminary results
     Andrade, M.

     Leadership in the Sergeants of the Portuguese Army: Development of a training program for the Superior Technical Professional Course.
     Jesus, A.

     Memories: A Soldier’s Repertoire in Enhancing Resilience and Enduring Military Deployment.
     Kulkarni, C. and Rawat, S.

     Neuroticism and its association with conscientiousness and blood creatine kinase in soldiers.
     Kozlová, S., Veselá, J. and Stehlík, M

     Psychological Aspects of Military Behaviour in High Risk Situations
     Dobre, C.

     Psychological aspects of military behaviour in high risk situations.
     Halip, A-D.

     Psychometric Monitoring in the Military: Importance and Difficulty.
     Kirk, N. and Stefani, A.

     Role of Military Spouse in Post Deployment Reintegration of Soldiers.
     Rawat, S.

     Suvorov Military Academy education principle is warrior rule-based: defend, not attack.
     Temirbulatova, I.

     The Czech Army Mechanized Brigade: to stay or to leave?
     Plchová, R.

     The Impact of Asymmetric Warfare on Soldiers.
     Gouws, J.

     The Seven Steps Plan: Psychosocial intervention for emergency and hospital personnel.
     Lo Bue, S., Goethals, F. and Vanden Bossche, J.

     The Use of Millon Personality Type Inventory Indonesian Version (MPTII) for Screening Indonesian Army Soldiers.
     Hidayat, E., Permadi, D. and Triwahyuni, A.

     The Validation of a Transdiagnostic Intervention Protocol for Emotional Disorders in Military Settings.
     Marineau, V. and Serac, M.

     What do the Bobo Doll and Moral Disengagement have in common?
     Bubanj, A.