The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology

The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology

Online ISBN: 9780470672532

DOI: 10.1002/9780470672532

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  1. Activism
  2. Aggression
  3. Biological Perspective
  4. Children
  5. Civil Society
  6. Cognition
  7. Conflict
  8. Conflict Management
  9. Contact Theory
  10. Coping
  11. Critical Perspective
  12. Culture
  13. Decision Making
  14. Drama Theory
  15. Dynamical Systems Theory
  16. Education
  17. Emotion
  18. Empathy
  19. Ethics
  20. Forgiveness
  21. Gender
  22. Global Issues
  23. Group Processes
  24. Human Rights
  25. Ideology
  26. Indigenous Peacemaking
  27. Influence Processes
  28. Intergroup Relations
    1. Collective Narcissism
    2. Colonialism and Postcolonialism: Psychological Dimensions
    3. Cooperation and Competition
    4. Cooperative Learning
    5. Dehumanization, Infrahumanization, and Naturalization
    6. Delegitimization
    7. Desegregation
    8. Hetero-Referentiality and Divided Societies
    9. Intergroup Conflict, Theories of
    10. Intergroup Hatred: Psychological Dimensions
    11. Occupation
    12. Othering of People and Phenomena
    13. Police–Community Relations
    14. Security
    15. Social Dilemmas
    16. Social Interdependence Theory
    17. Tolerance for Diverse Groups
    18. Transitional Context
    19. Trust and Distrust
    20. Victimhood, Collective
  29. International Relations
  30. Intervention Methods
  31. Levels of Analysis
  32. Liberation Psychology
  33. Media
  34. Military
  35. Moral
  36. Nonviolence
  37. Obedience
  38. Peace Psychology
  39. Peace Studies
  40. Personality
  41. Political Psychology
  42. Positioning Theory
  43. Prejudice
  44. Reconciliation
  45. Refugees
  46. Research Methods
  47. Resilience
  48. Social Identity Theory
  49. Social Justice
  50. Social Psychology
  51. Social Representations
  52. Spirituality
  53. Stereotype
  54. Terrorism
  55. Threat
  56. Trauma
  57. Violence

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