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Anxiety Disorders and Depression in Military Personnel 

Anxiety Disorders and Depression in Military Personnel
Anxiety Disorders and Depression in Military Personnel

Nathan A. Kimbrel

and Eric C. Meyer

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date: 13 December 2019

Anxiety disorders and depression are common among military personnel. Early identification and evidence-based interventions are critical. This chapter discusses the prevalence, assessment, and treatment of anxiety disorders and depression as well as their potential impact on the functioning of military personnel.

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