PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE FIGHTING MAN Infantry Journal by National Research Council-Ed.

PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE FIGHTING MAN Infantry Journal

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A ""Fighting Forces -- Penguin Special"" -- and prepared by a group of experts, this covers the ""mental material"" of the soldier, the sensory perceptions, motives and emotions, aptitudes and abilities which he must use properly. Vision, by day and sight, and including color and camouflage, -hearing, smell (gases), sense of direction and sense of position. On to the proper placement of the soldier -- according to his proponsibles; training; then specific problems such as fatigue and boredom, stimulates, sex, fear, and the qualities which make for morale, for leadership, for good sendout. Lastly propaganda in warfare. An answer-all for the soldier of all grades. This fills a real need.

Publisher: Wash, DC