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Psychological Metaphor And Financial Crisis In Southeast Asia Dec 1997

Psychological Metaphor And Financial Crisis In Southeast Asia

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article presents several Issues in applying psychological constructs to political phenomena.


Trends. International Trade And The Subversion Of Justice: Japan, The European Union, And Iraq, Editor Dec 1997

Trends. International Trade And The Subversion Of Justice: Japan, The European Union, And Iraq, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the moral philosophy, the psychology of moral judgment, and treatises on law often suggest that justice subsumes some combination of behavioral and intentional accountability and equity.


When Intelligence Is Alleged To Be Bogus: An Israeli Example Dec 1997

When Intelligence Is Alleged To Be Bogus: An Israeli Example

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article highlights a series of hypotheses that may merit analysis when intelligence provided by one's case officer is alleged to be bogus. It then describes a congruence in analyzing intelligence whether or not there are such allegations.


Erikson's Psychosocial Stages And The Analysis Of Political Entities Dec 1997

Erikson's Psychosocial Stages And The Analysis Of Political Entities

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article illustrates the potential of Erikson's psychosocial stage theory in analyzing political entities.


Functionalism As An Aid To Antiterrorist/Counterterrorist Analysis Dec 1997

Functionalism As An Aid To Antiterrorist/Counterterrorist Analysis

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes how philosophical and psychological variants of functionalism can aid antiterrorist/counterterrorist analysis.


Trade Deficits, Mental Deficits, And Moral Deficits Dec 1997

Trade Deficits, Mental Deficits, And Moral Deficits

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the psychology of the trade deficit as a political Issue in the United States of America (USA).


Trends. Dead Souls: Comment On The Luxor Murders, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. Dead Souls: Comment On The Luxor Murders, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this analysis, the author discusses an act of terrorism that occurred in Luxor Egypt, with a significant part of the research being done by Steven Cornell.


Trends. Human Rights And Mental Health: What Happens When The Right Are Wrong?, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. Human Rights And Mental Health: What Happens When The Right Are Wrong?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this analysis the author discusses the moral and ethical criteria of those who seek to prevent human rights violations.


Family Breakdown, Little Hope For The Future: Restrictive Moralities To The Rescue? Nov 1997

Family Breakdown, Little Hope For The Future: Restrictive Moralities To The Rescue?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article reviews the recent text, Posterity Lost: Progress, Ideology, and the Decline of the American Family by Richard T. Gill and published (1997) by Rowman & Littlefield. The review highlights recurring political psychological Issues of conceptualization, levels of analysis, and causality.


Globalization: Bad News For Antiterrorism And Counterterrorism Nov 1997

Globalization: Bad News For Antiterrorism And Counterterrorism

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article suggests that increasing globalization increases the threat of terrorism.


The Political Tale Of The Tape: Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, And Their Successors Nov 1997

The Political Tale Of The Tape: Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, And Their Successors

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some of the putative positive and negative features of recording political decisionmaking as it occurs.


Belief Systems Of Political Control: A Primer For Authoritarian And Totalitarian Regimes Nov 1997

Belief Systems Of Political Control: A Primer For Authoritarian And Totalitarian Regimes

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article employs common psychological constructs to describe belief systems concerning political control.


Disinformation: Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The United States Government (Usg) Nov 1997

Disinformation: Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The United States Government (Usg)

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes components of alleged disinformation propagated by the Iraqi government concerning the USG in the context of UN inspection teams established pursuant to the Persian Gulf War of 1991.


The Politics Of Evolutionary Psychology Nov 1997

The Politics Of Evolutionary Psychology

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some political implications of the field of evolutionary psychology.


Comments On Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The Inspection Crisis: What Iraqi Error In Judgment? Nov 1997

Comments On Iraq, The United Nations (Un), And The Inspection Crisis: What Iraqi Error In Judgment?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The Editor continues his diatribe of the Iraqi-UN crisis.


Strange Bedfellows: Abraham Maslow As Defender Of Human Rights Violations, Jiang Zemin As Humanist Nov 1997

Strange Bedfellows: Abraham Maslow As Defender Of Human Rights Violations, Jiang Zemin As Humanist

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes an instance in which humanistic psychological theory supports the rationale for behavior frequently linked with human rights violations.


The Psychology Of Reactance And Causal Attributions: Implications For Public Diplomacy Nov 1997

The Psychology Of Reactance And Causal Attributions: Implications For Public Diplomacy

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes several psychological phenomena that can impede resolutions of political conflict.


Trends. Miscalculating Miscalculations: Why Iraqi Threats Against The United States (Us) Make Sense, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. Miscalculating Miscalculations: Why Iraqi Threats Against The United States (Us) Make Sense, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the political and psychological impact of of Iraq actions against the US in regards to UN generated nuclear inspections .


Central Africa And The Political Psychology Of Borders Oct 1997

Central Africa And The Political Psychology Of Borders

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological meanings of borders, the political consequences of these meanings, and policy recommendations for Central African political leaders.


Inconsistency As Consistency: An Optimal Policy For Human Rights Oct 1997

Inconsistency As Consistency: An Optimal Policy For Human Rights

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article contrasts two common cognitive approaches employed by United States (US) politicians in furthering human rights throughout the world.


A Political Psychological Primer Of Virtual Reality Sequelae For Mental Health Professionals, Editor Oct 1997

A Political Psychological Primer Of Virtual Reality Sequelae For Mental Health Professionals, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This paper describes a number of sequelae stemming from virtual reality (VR) and VR technology (VRT) based on theoretical and empirical research in the behavioral sciences, social sciences, humanities.


"Brainwashing" And The Death Of Jean Pasqualini Oct 1997

"Brainwashing" And The Death Of Jean Pasqualini

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some salient psychological Issues related to the concept of "brainwashing."


Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, Che Guevara, And The Power Of "As If" Oct 1997

Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, Che Guevara, And The Power Of "As If"

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the political benefits of acting as if a reality that is but fantasy were reality.


Trends. Political Psychologies Of Welfare, Editor Oct 1997

Trends. Political Psychologies Of Welfare, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the pros and cons of government welfare programs.


Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll: Does Science Matter? Oct 1997

Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll: Does Science Matter?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the subverted perspective that science has further human knowledge.


A Bias Of Intelligence Testing Oct 1997

A Bias Of Intelligence Testing

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a bias of intelligence testing that is explicated less often, yet is more profound than the biases commonly presented in psychology textbooks.


The Psychology Of Country-Of-Origin Labeling: An Example From Environmentalism Oct 1997

The Psychology Of Country-Of-Origin Labeling: An Example From Environmentalism

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This paper describes psychological Issues that affect the political consequences of country-of-origin labeling.


Trends. Assassination As A National Security Tool: When Is Killing Time The Right Time? Oct 1997

Trends. Assassination As A National Security Tool: When Is Killing Time The Right Time?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the use of assassination as a national security tool.


Trends. Motivations Of Espionage: Spying On The Wisconsin 3 Oct 1997

Trends. Motivations Of Espionage: Spying On The Wisconsin 3

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses charges against 2 men and a woman with spying against the government of the United States of America since they were students during the 1970s at the University of Wisconsin.


The Psychophysiology Of Detecting Lies: More Problems Oct 1997

The Psychophysiology Of Detecting Lies: More Problems

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a recent study that illustrates the complexity of empirically validating the psychophysiological detection of deception.