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IAMPS 2023
Zürich, Switzerland - June 5-8, 2023
Human Factors in Military Training and Operations
Group photo of IAMPS 2023
Given the crises of recent years and the current war in Ukraine, military organizations have regained importance in public perception. The success or failure of military operations is often associated with concepts such as morale, resilience, and leadership. Psychological knowledge is, therefore, of decisive importance in military training and operations. However, to contribute strongly to the success of the individual service member and the whole organization, military psychologists must strive to achieve the highest levels in their fields of activity. They accomplish this through the exchange of research results and experiences - on a national and international level. The Military Psychology and Pedagogy Chair at the Military Academy of ETH Zurich supports these efforts by hosting the International Military Psychology Symposium (IAMPS) 2023.

The conference program makes it clear that more than 60 participants from 23 nations experienced an inspiring conference at a high level. In addition to the presentations, the program includes two workshops and a poster session. The three keynote lectures by top-class speakers are also worthy of mention.

A more comprehensive report was published in the Swiss Journal of Military Sciences called 'Stratos'.
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     Social activities
     A Human-AI Integrative Approach to Military Personnel Outlook Research
     Kemp, C. and Guérin, E.

     A New Theory of Moral Injury: From Moral Slip to Moral Decay
     Castro, C.

     Advancing Meaningful Engagement in the Defence Team Research Setting
     Silins, S. and Wright, J.

     Aims of the New Center for Disaster Psychiatry and Disaster Psychology
     Brand, S.

     Assessment of Fatigue in Pilots Using Physiological Monitoring System and Cognitive Test
     Verma, R.

     Beyond the War - Mental Health Consequences in Civilian War Survivors
     Morina, N.

     Building Resilience at the Canadian Military Colleges: The Resilience Plus Program
     Chérif, L.

     Cognitive Affordance of Epistemic Devices
     Simons, M.

     Cognitive Flexibility: Its Value in Business and Military Organizations
     Brusoni, S.

     Cognitive Warfare: What Does the IAMPS Community Need to Consider?
     Verrall, N.G.

     Detecting Careless Responding Using Conventional and Resampled Personal Reliability
     Goldammer, P. and Annen, H.

     Developing Ethical Leaders Using Case Studies
     MacIntyre, A. and O'Keefe, D.

     Development and Implementation of a Crisis Intervention Concept in The Military
     Bruns, S. and Wesemann, U.

     Development of Self-Regulation Scale for Organisational Leadership
     Rawat, S.

     How Leaders Become Ethical and Why This is Important for Organizational Success
     O'Keefe, D. and MacIntyre, A.

     How Servant Leadership Affects Subordinates' Long-term Engagement in Mission-oriented Organizations: The Case of the Swiss Army
     Lang, B.

     Military Family Research: Resilience in Military Families
     Dursun, S.

     Military Psychology: Its Role in Conflict Mediation and Curtailment
     Gouws, J.

     Oversight of Human Subjects Research: Past, Present and Future Operations
     Svec, L.

     Psychological First Aid
     Brand, S.

     Suicide Prevention and Response Independent Review Committee (SPRIRC)
     Blais, R.

     The Psychological Recovery of Ukrainian Soldiers After Completing Combat Missions
     Prykhodko, I.

     The Reintegration Process of Military Service Members After Deployment
     Glorieux, V.

     Understanding Leaders' Influence on Member Well-being Through Need Satisfaction
     Guérin, E.

     Understanding Turnover in the French Navy Using a Scoring Method
     Gros, F.

     Variety of Reasons to Quit the Service in the Times of War
     Hanuš, K.

     Workshop: Becoming Antifragile by Creating S.P.A.C.E.
     Chérif, L.

     Workshop: Military Psychology Response to Post Pandemic Reconstruction in Dealing with PTSD & PTG
     Rawat, S.