The American Soldier

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The American Soldier

By Samuel A. Stouffer and Others
Princeton University Press, 1949
2 pp. $13.50

These first two volumes in a projected series captioned "Studies in Social Psychology in World War II" were prepared by trained sociologists and psychologists after extensive investigations among American soldiers in the recent conflict. They try to deal, scientifically and statistically, with the problems of "Adjustment During Army Life" and "Combat and Its Aftermath."

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