Studies in Social Psychology in World War II ...: The American soldier: combat and its aftermath, by S. A. Stouffer and others
Social Science Research Council (U.S.), United States. Army Service Forces. Information and Education Division
Princeton University Press - Soldiers
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29th Division Air Corps air crew members Air Force anxiety symptoms April Army assigned attitudes average AWOL B-stage campaign stars cent chapter civilian combat air crew combat duty combat experience combat missions combat motivation combat performance combat soldier combat troops combat veterans companies confidence in combat cross section cross tabulation danger differences discharge enemy enlisted Europe European theater expected factors farm favorable fear reactions feel fighting following the bars Germans heavy bomber crews indicate Inexperienced Divisions infantrymen Italy less LINE INFANTRY men's months nonbattle casualty rates noncoms Nonreturnees Normandy North African campaign number of combat numbers following officers outfit overseas service Pacific percentages are based physical condition pilots point system present proportion psychoneurotic psychosomatic question Regiment relatively replacements reported Research Branch responses returnees sample Service Force shows survey Table tended tion Veteran Division VJ Day weapons willingness for combat