The Center for the Study of Military Life at Austin Peay State University is an interdisciplinary research center comprised of academic faculty with an overarching interest in conducting research broadly relating to the dynamics of military life. The Center is housed on the campus of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN. Austin Peay State University is adjacent to the Ft. Campbell, KY, military installation and provides the Center unique access to a population of the Army’s most deployed contingency forces, their community, and families.
News and Events
- COL Hubert Annen, Ph.D. (Swiss Military Academy) presents a colloquium entitled “Beyond PTSD-a holistic model of Military Psychology”, March, 2015.
- Dr. Charles Woods, Department of Psychology, was awarded a fellowship by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) to work on a research project through the Combat Casualty Care Research Program (CCCRP) at the Warrior Resiliency and Recovery Center, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, for 2014-2015. Part of this project involves measuring 19 channel qEEG both pre- and post-testing. Screenshot of Woods testing the procedure below: