Promoting Psychological Resilience in the U.S. Military

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2.1.Number of Documents at Each Level of Evidence for Each Factor14
2.2.Factors That Promote Resilience from Literature Review: Before and After Expert Review16
2.3.Summary of Final Evidence-Informed Resilience Factors That Promote Resilience21
2.4.Summary of Evidence-Informed Resilience Factors and Supporting Literature23
3.1.Program Review Interview Topics and Sample Questions32
3.2.List of Resilience Programs Reviewed34
3.3.Summary of Program Representative Characteristics35
3.4.Summary of Program Characteristics36
3.5.Summary of Resilience Factors Incorporated into Each Program40
3.6.Summary of Reported Barriers to Program Implementation49
A.1.General Resilience Definitions77
A.2.Community Resilience Definitions84
C.1.Resilience Programs (n=77)121
D.1.Army Center for Enhanced Performance127
D.2.Battlemind129
D.3.Combat Operational Stress Control Program/Operational Stress Control and Readiness130
D.4.Employee Engagement Program, National Security Agency132
D.5.The Energy Project133
D.6.Gallup Consulting135
D.7.HeartMath136
D.8.Joint Speakers Bureau138
D.9.Landing Gear139
D.10.Marine Resiliency Study140
D.11.Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training141
D.12.National Guard Resiliency Program142
D.13.Operational Stress Injury Social Support143
D.14.Passport Toward Success144
D.15.The Penn Resiliency Project Master Resilience Training145
D.16.Preventive Psychological Health Demonstration Project147

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