Matthew Nock

Harvard University

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Professor of psychology at Harvard University, focusing on suicide and self-harm; contributing author to one of the studies compiled in the report titled "Suicide Risk Among Soldiers: Early Findings From Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS)"

Matthew Nock on KCRW

A  new series of reports  says many soldiers already suffered from mental health issues before they enter the army.

Military Mental Illness

A new series of reports says many soldiers already suffered from mental health issues before they enter the army.

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