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The Politics Of Industrial/Organizational Psychology And The Myers Briggs Type Indicator: What Is Jungian About A Jungian Approach?, Editor Oct 1998

The Politics Of Industrial/Organizational Psychology And The Myers Briggs Type Indicator: What Is Jungian About A Jungian Approach?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article analyzes the most common contribution stemming from a variant of analytic (Jungian) psychology as applied to prescriptions and proscriptions for industries and organizations. The contribution, viz., a personality typological theory, may have lost its "Jungness" through the application.


Security Politics Of The Intelligence Quotient (Iq) May 1998

Security Politics Of The Intelligence Quotient (Iq)

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes conceptual weaknesses of the intelligence quotient (IQ) and their security implications.


Differences On The Alphabet, The Ideograph, And Political Difference: Commentary And Reply May 1998

Differences On The Alphabet, The Ideograph, And Political Difference: Commentary And Reply

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article presents the commentary of a reader and an IBPP editorial board reply concerning the consequences of language differences for political differences among populations.


The Lexicon Of Political Psychology: Implications For Intelligence Analysis And Security Policy May 1998

The Lexicon Of Political Psychology: Implications For Intelligence Analysis And Security Policy

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some complexities of dispositional terms and the consequences for social psychological inferences informing intelligence analysis and security policy.


Surface And Source Aspects Of Political Leadership: Implications For The Psychology Of Scandal Apr 1998

Surface And Source Aspects Of Political Leadership: Implications For The Psychology Of Scandal

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological research bearing on the import of so-called character lapses on political leadership.


A Psychology Of Democracy In Africa: From The Heart Of Darkness? Apr 1998

A Psychology Of Democracy In Africa: From The Heart Of Darkness?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological phenomena affecting quests for international democratization.


The Future Interface Of Political And Industrial/Organizational Psychologies: The Case Of Air Traffic Controllers Mar 1998

The Future Interface Of Political And Industrial/Organizational Psychologies: The Case Of Air Traffic Controllers

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article presents a brief overview of future psychological challenges bearing on the improving the performance of air traffic controllers. The most significant challenges appear to be philosophical, political, social, and cultural.


Psychological Profiles And Illegal Political Violence: A Commentary Mar 1998

Psychological Profiles And Illegal Political Violence: A Commentary

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides guidance as to the nature of psychological profiles that best facilitate predicting, preventing, and attenuating illegal political violence.


Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs: The Motivations Of Zapatistas Mar 1998

Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs: The Motivations Of Zapatistas

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the hypothetical construct of motivation and illustrates a political application of Maslow's hierarchy of needs.


Right, Left, Right On, Or Left Out: New Directions For Political Road Maps? Feb 1998

Right, Left, Right On, Or Left Out: New Directions For Political Road Maps?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article illustrates problems for social constructions of the political right and left.


Implicit Theories Of Personality And Reactions To Political Scandal Jan 1998

Implicit Theories Of Personality And Reactions To Political Scandal

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes several psychological constructs that may be useful in understanding reactions to political scandal.