Monthly Archive for: ‘1 week ago’

Issue Four: The Psychology of Political Behavior–Touching the Third Rail

Issue Four: The Psychology of Political Behavior–Touching the Third Rail

In the field of professional psychology—and more generally in the discipline of psychology—there are several “third rails.” These are areas …

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Psychology, Neo-Sociopsychology, and Paths to a Better, Less Prejudiced Society

Psychology, Neo-Sociopsychology, and Paths to a Better, Less Prejudiced Society

When it comes to psychology in general, I am a fan. I have a degree in it. At its best, …

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A PALLID HOPELESSNESS: REFLECTIONS ON ALIENATION

A PALLID HOPELESSNESS: REFLECTIONS ON ALIENATION

Conceive a man by nature and misfortune prone to a pallid hopelessness…. -Herman Melville, “Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of …

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Personality Disorders, Attachment, and National Trauma: A Psychosociological Approach to Psychodynamic Therapy

Personality Disorders, Attachment, and National Trauma: A Psychosociological Approach to Psychodynamic Therapy

Can psychotherapy prevent fascism? We can only answer that question by exploring the dynamics of fascism and group narcissism.

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THE AUTHORITARIAN PERSONALITY I: PRELIMINARY PERSPECTIVES AND STUDIES

THE AUTHORITARIAN PERSONALITY I: PRELIMINARY PERSPECTIVES AND STUDIES

William Bergquist and Kevin Weitz Man would fain be great and sees that he is little; would fain be happy …

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Organizational Consultation XXXII: The Appreciative Leader: From a 21st Century Perspective

Organizational Consultation XXXII: The Appreciative Leader: From a 21st Century Perspective

[Note: Most of this essay was actually wirtten during the last decade of the 20th Century. The themes introduced, however, …

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