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(p. 103) Multiple Relationships in the Military Setting 

(p. 103) Multiple Relationships in the Military Setting
(p. 103) Multiple Relationships in the Military Setting

Jeffrey E. Barnett

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date: 16 January 2021

Military psychologists function in roles and settings that necessitate participation in a range of multiple relationships. Recommendations are provided, to include the thoughtful application of a decision making process, to assist military psychologists to ethically and effectively navigate these challenges in a manner consistent with the best interests of their clients and the military.

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