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: Reflections of a Psychatrist in Combat. In: A.B.Adler, C.A. Castro and T.W. Britt. Military Life. The Psychology of Serving in Peace and Combat. Vol 2 Operational. Krueger, G.P (2008) Contemporary and Future Battlefields: Soldiers Stress and Performance. In P.A. Hancock and J.L. Szalma. Performance under Stress. Ashgate . Laberg, J.C., Johnsen, B.H., Eid, J., Brun, W. (2002). Mental preparedness during international operations. KFOR Survey. Report I. Naval Force Academy/University of Bergen. Lazarus, R.S., & Folkman, S. (1984). Stress, Coping and Appraisal. New York

consulting roles. With a series of tables and charts, Qehaja shows that a higher proportion (at the time of his writing) feel that EULUX should leave sooner than KFOR. It is not clear whether this is simply because the security system had already gone on longer, or was EULUX the less popular? In considering the two organizations’ roles, it might also be of note that KFOR assistance was brought in at a much more crucial time (at the end of the major 1999 conflict, and when the international community was more supportive of the KLA). Dependency, resulting from

Command: Exploring the Modern Military Experience. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers New York 333 344 Laberg, J. C., Johnsen, B. H., Eid, J., & Brun, W. (2002). Mental preparedness during international operations . KFOR Survey. Report 1. Naval Force Academy/University of Bergen. Laberg J. C. Johnsen B. H. Eid J. Brun W. 2002 Mental preparedness during international operations. KFOR Survey. Report 1. Naval Force Academy/University of Bergen Lazarus, R. S., & Folkman, S. (1984). Stress , Appraisal , and Coping . Springer, New York. Lazarus R. S. Folkman S. 1984 Stress