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  • theoretical
  • Moreover, the volume aims to exhibit new connections and integrations between Dr. Bar-Tal's theories and other prominent theoretical frameworks in social and political psychology. (springer.com)
  • Presenting both a comprehensive overview of works that have been influenced by Dr. Bar-Tal's theories and research, as well as a wide gate to future studies that will connect Dr. Bar-Tal's work to recent theoretical developments in related domains, Understanding the Social Psychology of Intractable Conflicts: Celebrating the Legacy of Daniel Bar Tal is an important text for all those interested in developing a sustainable, peaceful world. (springer.com)
  • To experimentally test this theoretical assumption, conflict tasks have often been used. (frontiersin.org)
  • argues
  • By demonstrating that it can be applied to various kinds of intractable conflicts in various places of the world, the volume argues that the theory is transferable and universal. (springer.com)
  • Geoffrey Beattie argues that although these classic studies were sometimes great and imaginative beginnings, they were also full of flaws, which social psychology must remedy if it is to make the kind of impact it aspires to. (routledge.com)
  • As Randolph argues, psychology is seen as an increasingly vital tool for resolving conflicts in politics, peace negotiations, divorce, employment, and the commercial sector. (audible.com)
  • unconscious
  • I would like to emphasise that I have chosen and quoted words to illustrate my discussion about the significance of projection and the importance of unconscious emotional content in any conflict. (freepress.org)
  • Especially when considering cognitive adaptation to unconscious conflict, it is still a matter of debate whether repetitions of features between trials might explain this intriguing finding rather than the involvement of unconscious control. (frontiersin.org)
  • distinct
  • That problem is what is often called 'projection' or 'transference' and it illustrates the importance of emotional, as distinct from intellectual, content in any conflict. (freepress.org)
  • Written in the author's distinct open and engaging style, The Conflicted Mind is a fascinating resource for researchers, specialists, and students in the field, as well as the general reader. (routledge.com)
  • tasks
  • Although the Gratton effect has been studied the most and is a robust finding in different kinds of conflict tasks, it is just one specific kind of CSE. (frontiersin.org)
  • situations
  • Ron Roberts follows up his powerful June talk to Leicester psychologists with further thoughts about the need for our discipline to think carefully about its involvement in situations of conflict and the reasons for this. (wordpress.com)
  • What is seldom if ever said is that this work is entirely lacking in ecological validity - laboratory studies with small numbers of individuals have no bearing on real-world conflict situations where very often tens of thousands of people - military, militia, citizens - are involved. (wordpress.com)
  • philosophy
  • Royce's APA Presidential Address about the potential impact of then-recent developments in the philosophy of mathematics for the psychology of thinking. (psychcentral.com)
  • literature
  • The Moral Psychology of Internal Conflict is unique in that it takes the new and growing literature on the neurophysiology of the emotions and uses it to significantly enhance and deepen our understanding of the complexities of ethical decision making and the socially divisive debates that surround contemporary ethical concerns. (cambridge.org)
  • After a brief synopsis of the existing literature, two pitfalls in the interpretation of the most widely used models are discussed: potential direct benefits and high relatedness between group members implicitly induced by assumptions about conflict structure and frequency. (royalsocietypublishing.org)
  • search
  • Pushing back against the potential trivialization of moral psychology that would reduce it to emotional preferences, this book takes an enactivist, self-organizational, and hermeneutic approach to internal conflict between a basic exploratory drive motivating the search for actual truth, and opposing incentives to confabulate in the interest of conformity, authoritarianism, and cognitive dissonance, which often can lead to harmful worldviews. (cambridge.org)
  • brain
  • To spread accuracy, Professor Amy Shelton at Johns Hopkins is teaching a course this semester called Brain Myths & Folk Psychology . (typepad.com)
  • is to explore popular notions about the brain and psychology and to discuss what science has actually revealed about them. (typepad.com)
  • Today many brain myths or exaggerations are being perpetuated that relate to conflict. (typepad.com)
  • emotional
  • It will interest moral and political psychologists, philosophers, social scientists, and all who are concerned with inner emotional conflicts driving ethical thinking beyond mere emotivism, and toward moral realism, albeit a fallibilist one requiring continual rethinking and self-reflection. (cambridge.org)
  • University
  • Professor Geoffrey Beattie is Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University and in recent years a Masters supervisor on the Sustainability Leadership Programme at the University of Cambridge and Visiting Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. (routledge.com)
  • He was Professor of Psychology at the University of Manchester from 1994-2012. (routledge.com)
  • I graduated from University of Central Lancashire (Preston Poly) in 1993 with a traditional psychology degree. (lboro.ac.uk)
  • work
  • Much of my work in team conflicts in organizations follows an interesting parallel: employees stop talking to each other, stop interacting on critical projects, and neglect common courtesies often over little things. (psychologytoday.com)