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The Yank editors stated that this brief article, which was intended to help American G.I.s understand and deal with panic attacks during combat, was written by the National Research Council and appeared in the Infantry Journal of 1943. It is a segment from a longer article titled, Psychology for the Fighting Man. The psychologists who wrote it presented a number of examples of soldier's panic (mostly from the last war) and illustrate how best the front-line soldier could deal with this stress while the bullets are flying. Happily, they made it sound so easy.

Click here to read about one other effect the stress of combat wrought upon the luckless men of the Forties.

Read a psychological study about Hitler...

Click here to read a similar article involving the study of bravery.

Click here to read about the front-line military pchologists who worked during the Korean War...

From Amazon: Psychology for the Fighting Man - also from Amazon: Cowardice: A Brief History

Also from Amazon:

The Psychology Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained)


The Psychology of Fear in Combat (Yank Magazine, 1943)

The Psychology of Fear in Combat (Yank Magazine, 1943)

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