Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Robert W. Rieber.|
|Contributions||Rieber, R. W.|
|LC Classifications||U22.3 .P795 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||91010481|
This item: On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace by Dave Grossman Paperback $ Ships from and sold by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman's Office. On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War Cited by: These books bring attention to a variety of elements that will inform military studies, psychology, and sociology scholars and students. It will also inform researchers in many fields and at many levels who aim to understand the underlying causes of longstanding and emerging conflicts and the methods that may finally bring resolution and : $ Though written as a text for a psychology course, this book provides an overview of research from several fields that is related to peacemaking, conflict resolution, nonviolence, and their opposites - war, conflict, and violence. It is very well-written, and should be of interest to readers of general nonfiction.5/5(3). Read any book about the history of the World and it’s likely that you’ll be left with one overriding impression: that human beings find it impossible to live in peace with one another.
His third non-fiction book, On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace, is an extension of the first, intended to provide coping strategies for dealing with the physiological and psychological effects of violence for people forced to kill in . A book for warriors and families of warriors of all walks: military, police, peace corps, firefighters, customs officers, first responders, teachers, parents and community leaders. A book for those who wish for stability and democracy. A book for those who doubt it. In the words of colleagues working at Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles/5(). Peace psychology is a subfield of psychology and peace research that deals with the psychological aspects of peace, conflict, violence, and psychology can be characterized by four interconnected pillars: (1) research, (2) education, (3) practice, and (4) advocacy. The first pillar, research, is documented most extensively in this article. This book is not what it sounds like. Perhaps it is the case that there were times where the psychology and some elements of physiology of people in war were analyzed, it though is an insult to the sciences of both physiology and psychology to claim this book aptly presented information on the subjects/5.
The Psychology of War and Peace: The Image of the Enemy st Edition by Fred van Houten (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both 5/5(1). Peace psychology was given a significant boost during the Cold War (c. mids through the early s), when the conflict between the United States and Soviet Union heated up and the threat of nuclear annihilation seemed imminent, leading psychologists to create concepts to better understand intergroup conflict and its important was the establishment of the 48th division of. THE PSYCHOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF DEADLY CONFLICT IN WAR AND IN PEACE 3 even further when he describes gaining conscious control of a conditioned response to a stimulus with breathing exercises and debriefing as putting a “leash” on the “puppy.”7 It is notable that the author’s online curriculum vitae. With any classic book, but especially a book the length of Tolstoy’s epic War and Peace, it’s easy to be intimidated and avoid reading ’s no need to avoid War and Peace for that reason. Just a few chapters in, you will be pulled in and find yourself racing through it like a thriller bought for light reading at the airport. I read War and Peace on the beach, age