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(p. 81) Clinical Health Psychology in Military Settings 

(p. 81) Clinical Health Psychology in Military Settings
(p. 81) Clinical Health Psychology in Military Settings

Alan L. Peterson

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date: 16 January 2021

Clinical health psychology involves the assessment and treatment of individuals with psychological factors affecting their physical condition, as with nicotine dependence, overweight, chronic pain, and insomnia. Military clinical health psychologists evaluate and treat service members for these types of conditions in deployed and non-deployed settings as well as design population health interventions targeting entire military populations.

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