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2021-09-17

AUTHORS

Anne-Marie Steingräber, Nick Tübben, Niels Brinkmann, Felix Finkeldey, Slava Migutin, Anna Bürger, Alice Laubstein, Bernd Abel, Nicola von Lüdinghausen, Philipp Yorck Herzberg, Clemens Lorei, Niels Hanssen, Robert-Jacek Gorzka

ABSTRACT

The service of specialized and special forces of the Federal Armed Forces and police is characterized by complex situations. Such personnel often face numerous difficulties and extreme danger and experience periods of high stress when fulfilling their tasks. In the context of social and technological changes, it is necessary to explore the individual components of stress management in further detail, i.e., stress prevention, stress control, and stress coping mechanisms, and furthermore to consider these elements in the fields of training and service. For this purpose, a stress management model was created based on participant observations, expert ratings, and problem-centered interviews with specialized members of military police and special police forces. The results of the validation can be interpreted as suggesting that effective stress management requires a diverse range of techniques and methods, including the use of digital means such as e-learning, digital reality, and eye tracking, in order to be able to address new demands appropriately. More... »

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146-154

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