Stress and Coping during Canadian Peacekeeping Operations and the Positive and Negative Affect during Sleep Deprivation

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Authors
  1. Duggan, S.J.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);DUGGAN (Scott), Toronto Ont (CAN)
Abstract
This report summarizes the work completed in contract #W771-017713-001/TOR. The purpose of this contract was to organize several large datasets for further statistical analysis. Seven datasets were received providing information about military stress and coping during peacekeeping tours. Consistent and meaningful labels were entered. Missing data and reverse-scored items were recoded. Reliabilities were then run, ensuring the internal consistency of each scale. Finally a correlation matrix was created to compare relevant scales and subscales as a preliminary step in subsequent statistical analyses of the datasets. In a separate study, personality and PANAS scales were administered in order to canadian investigate changes in self-reports of positive and negative affect across 30 hours of sleep deprivation in a sustained operations context. Data was organized the same way the peacekeeping datasets were. Then the PANAS scale was separated into positive and negative affect. Reliability was run and correlational analyses were conducted as a preliminary step in subsequent analyses of the data.

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Datasets
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2002-170 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
06 Jan 2003
Number of Pages
15
DSTKIM No
CA021762
CANDIS No
518488
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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