Psychology of Space Exploration: Contemporary Research in Historical Perspective

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Forewordvii
Acknowledgmentsix
Chapter 1.Introduction: Psychology and the U.S. Space Program Albert A. Harrison, Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis Edna R. Fiedler, National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Baylor College of Medicine1
Section I:Surviving and Thriving in Extreme Environments
Chapter 2.Behavioral Health Albert A. Harrison, Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis Edna R. Fiedler, National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Baylor College of Medicine17
Chapter 3.From Earth Analogs to Space: Getting There from Here Sheryl L. Bishop, Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health and School of Nursing, University of Texas Medical Branch47
Chapter 4.Patterns in Crew-Initiated Photography of Earth from the ISS—Is Earth Observation a Salutogenic Experience? Julie A. Robinson, Office of the ISS Program Scientist, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Johnson Space Center (JSC) Kelley J. Slack, Behavioral Health and Performance Research, Wyle Laboratories Valerie A. Olson, Department of Anthropology, Rice University Michael H. Trenchard, Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, Engineering and Science Contract Group (ESCG), NASA JSC Kimberly J. Willis, Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, ESCG, NASA JSC Pamela J. Baskin, Behavioral Health and Performance Research, Wyle Laboratories Jennifer E. Boyd, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco; and San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center79

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