How to transform conflict

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. (2017) Reducing separateness with presence: how mindfulness catalyzes intergroup prosociality [i]
  2. (2017) Understanding angry groups: multidisciplinary perspectives on their motivations and effects on society [i]
  3. (2017) Pragmatism and justice [i] [d]
  4. (2017) Rethinking security in the twenty-first century: a reader [i] [d]
  5. (2017) Ideological asymmetries and the essence of political psychology [d]
  6. (2017) Digital justice: technology and the internet of disputes [i] [d]
  7. (2017) Neither liberal nor conservative: ideological innocence in the American public [i]
  8. (2017) The rhetorical complexity of competitive and common victimhood in conversational discourse [d]
  9. (2017) Representational contamination: how does an unexpected armed encounter psychologically stunt a peace process? [d]
  10. (2017) Proportionality, equality laws and religion: conflicts in England, Canada and the USA [i]
  11. (2017) Change and reform in law enforcement: old and new efforts from across the globe [i]
  12. (2017) Creating great choices: a leader's guide to integrative thinking [i]
  13. (2017) Security and ideology [i] [d]
  14. (2017) What can studying designed marital argument interventions contribute to argumentation scholarship? [i] [d]
  15. (2016) Accelerated multi-organization conflict resolution [d]
  16. (2016) Content-expressive behavior and ideological extremity: an examination of the roles of emotional intelligence and information network heterogeneity [d]
  17. (2016) Preventing crime: a holistic approach [i] [d]
  18. (2016) Handbook on sustainability transition and sustainable peace [i] [d]
  19. (2016) Climate change, security risks and conflict reduction in Africa: a case study of farmer–herder conflicts over natural resources in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana and Burkina Faso 1960–2000 [i] [d]
  20. (2016) The Wiley handbook on the psychology of violence [i] [d]
  21. (2016) The Routledge international handbook of rural criminology [i]
  22. (2016) You have the right to remain innocent: what police officers tell their children about the Fifth Amendment [i]
  23. (2016) The making of an expert detective: the role of experience in English and Norwegian police officers' investigative decision-making [d]
  24. (2016) The Reunited States of America: how we can bridge the partisan divide [i]
  25. (2016) Emotions in conflict: inhibitors and facilitators of peace making [i]
  26. (2016) Decriminalizing violence: a critique of restorative justice and proposal for diversionary mediation [u]
  27. (2016) Varieties of fairness and procedural cultures: a comparative discussion [d]
  28. (2016) 'Harm as harm': gang membership, perpetration trauma, and posttraumatic stress symptoms among youth in the juvenile justice system [d]
  29. (2016) Leading through conflict: into the fray [i] [d]
  30. (2016) Fatal fictions: crime and investigation in law and literature [i] [d]
  31. (2016) Dangerous speech and dangerous ideology: an integrated model for monitoring and prevention [d] [u]
  32. (2016) Interpretative disputes, explicatures, and argumentative reasoning [d]
  33. (2016) Social metabolism and conflicts over extractivism [i] [d]
  34. (2016) The Palgrave handbook of criminology and war [i] [d]
  35. (2016) Protest and policing: conflict, justice, and history in Ferguson, Missouri [i] [d]
  36. (2016) Affective arousal during blaming in couple therapy: combining analyses of verbal discourse and physiological responses in two case studies [d]
  37. (2016) The pragmatists' approach to injustice [d] [u]
  38. (2016) Practising insight mediation [i]
  39. (2016) Freedom's edge: religious freedom, sexual freedom, and the future of America [i] [d]
  40. (2016) Conflict is not abuse: overstating harm, community responsibility, and the duty of repair [i]
  41. (2016) American gridlock: the sources, character, and impact of political polarization [i] [d]
  42. (2016) Personal construct psychology and restorative justice [i] [d]
  43. (2016) Difficult dialogue between next of kin: a Brazilian perspective on obstacles to integration [d]
  44. (2016) Escalating, accusing, and rationalizing: a model of distortion and interaction in couple conflict [d]
  45. (2016) Thinking about you: perspective taking, perceived restraint, and performance [i] [d]
  46. (2015) Why is it so difficult to resolve intractable conflicts peacefully?: a sociopsychological explanation [i] [d]
  47. (2015) Unfair: the new science of criminal injustice [i]
  48. (2015) Emotions and the therapist: a systemic-dialogical approach [i]
  49. (2015) Deep violence: military violence, war play and the social life of weapons [i]
  50. (2015) The development of wisdom in judicial decision-making [d]
  51. (2015) Criminal infliction of emotional distress [u]
  52. (2015/2016) The restorative workplace: an organizational learning approach to discrimination [u]
  53. (2015) Wedged: how you became a tool of the partisan political establishment, and how to start thinking for yourself again [i]
  54. (2015) Handbook of international negotiation: interpersonal, intercultural, and diplomatic perspectives [i] [d]
  55. (2015/2016) Reinventing the trial: the innocence revolution and proposals to modify the American criminal trial [u]
  56. (2015) Discursive strategies of blame avoidance in government: a framework for analysis [d]
  57. (2015) Counter-recruitment and the campaign to demilitarize public schools [i] [d]
  58. (2015) Dignity in negotiation: its transforming power [i] [d]
  59. (2015) Fear and loathing across party lines: new evidence on group polarization [d]
  60. (2015) Arrests as regulation [u]
  61. (2015) Constructive controversy: theory, research, practice [i] [d]
  62. (2015) 10 tips for reducing anger [u]
  63. (2015) The problem with cynical prosecutor's syndrome: rethinking a prosecutor's role in post-conviction cases [d] [u]
  64. (2015) Judicial wisdom: the process of constructing wise decisions [d]
  65. (2015) Unearthing conflict: corporate mining, activism, and expertise in Peru [i] [d]
  66. (2015) An empirical test of rejection- and anger-related interpretation bias in borderline personality disorder [d]
  67. (2015) The conflict paradox: seven dilemmas at the core of disputes [i]
  68. (2015) Moral disengagement in 'war fever': how can we resist? [i] [d]
  69. (2015) Exploring criminal and illegal enterprise: new perspectives on research, policy & practice [i]
  70. (2015) Epistemic cognition and development: the psychology of justification and truth [i]
  71. (2015) Positive criminology [i]
  72. (2015) Improving negotiation effectiveness with skills of emotional competence [i] [d]
  73. (2015) How is global dialogue possible?: foundational research on values, conflicts, and intercultural thought [i] [d]
  74. (2015) A user's guide to debiasing [i]
  75. (2015) Ordering proof: beyond adversarial and inquisitorial trial structures [u]
  76. (2015) The roots of goodness and resistance to evil: inclusive caring, moral courage, altruism born of suffering, active bystandership, and heroism [i]
  77. (2015) Value maps in applied ethics [d]
  78. (2015) The cognitive–affective structure of political ideologies [i] [d]
  79. (2015) Beyond the Thomas–Kilmann model: into extreme conflict [d]
  80. (2015) Emotions, partisanship, and misperceptions: how anger and anxiety moderate the effect of partisan bias on susceptibility to political misinformation [d]
  81. (2014) Legally blind: hyperadversarialism, Brady violations, and the prosecutorial organizational culture [u]
  82. (2014) Throwing babies out with the bathwater: adversarialism, ADR and the way forward [u]
  83. (2014) The outrage industry: political opinion media and the new incivility [i]
  84. (2014) When nature and nurture collide: early childhood trauma, adult crime, and the limits of criminal law [i]
  85. (2014) Interpersonal justice, relational conflict, and commitment to change: the moderating role of social interaction [d]
  86. (2014) Early warning signals for war in the news [d]
  87. (2014) Power and conflict [i]
  88. (2014) Making conflict work: harnessing the power of disagreement [i]
  89. (2014) Tracking managerial conflict adaptivity: introducing a dynamic measure of adaptive conflict management in organizations [d]
  90. (2014) Political intolerance, right and left [d]
  91. (2014) Issues mapping: a problem structuring method for addressing science and technology conflicts [d]
  92. (2014) The Oxford handbook of criminal law [i] [d]
  93. (2014) So, what's your proposal?: shifting high-conflict people from blaming to problem-solving in 30 seconds! [i]
  94. (2014) Shame and aggression: theoretical considerations [d]
  95. (2014) Trayvon Martin, race, and American justice: writing wrong [i] [d]
  96. (2014) Emotional change in international negotiation: analyzing the Camp David accords using cognitive–affective maps [d]
  97. (2014) Implications of pro- and counterattitudinal information exposure for affective polarization [d]
  98. (2014) Evidence matters: science, proof, and truth in the law [i] [d]
  99. (2014) Emerging from the oppositional and the negative [i]
  100. (2014) The conceptual structure of social disputes: cognitive-affective maps as a tool for conflict analysis and resolution [d]
  101. (2014) Corruption, contention and reform: the power of deep democratization [i] [d]
  102. (2014) False polarization: debiasing as applied social epistemology [d]
  103. (2014) The role of deterrence in Buddhist peace-building [u]
  104. (2014) Rethinking historical trauma [p] [d]
  105. (2014) The long shadow of the adversarial and inquisitorial categories [i] [d]
  106. (2014) Searching for injustice: the challenge of postconviction discovery, investigation, and litigation [u]
  107. (2014) Public goods in relation to competition, cooperation, and spite [p] [d]
  108. (2014) Vindicating vindictiveness: prosecutorial discretion and plea bargaining, past and future [u]
  109. (2014) Peace and conflict as group norms [d]
  110. (2014) Emotive language in argumentation [i] [d]
  111. (2014) The anger fallacy workbook: practical exercises for overcoming irritation, frustration and anger [i]
  112. (2014) 'A letter to the loser'?: public law and the empowering role of the judgment [d]
  113. (2014) Law and the possibilities of peace [u]
  114. (2014) Forgiving you is hard, but forgetting seems easy: can forgiveness facilitate forgetting? [d]
  115. (2014) Civil litigation and excessive adversarialism [i]
  116. (2014) The other voice in the room: restorative justice facilitators' constructions of justice [d]
  117. (2014) Examining wrongful convictions: stepping back, moving forward [i]
  118. (2014) The fog of peace: human face of conflict resolution [i]
  119. (2014) Just violence [u]
  120. (2014) Everyday bias: identifying and overcoming unconscious prejudice in our daily lives [i]
  121. (2014) Mixed emotions: beyond fear and hatred in international conflict [i]
  122. (2014) Organizing anarchy: the food security–biodiversity–climate crisis and the genesis of rural land use planning in the developing world [d]
  123. (2014) Lessons from inquisitorialism [u]
  124. (2014) Racial disparities in legal outcomes: on policing, charging decisions, and criminal trial proceedings [d]
  125. (2014) The left's self-destructive obsession with shame [u]
  126. (2014) Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback (even when it is off-base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you're not in the mood) [i]
  127. (2014) The problem is my partner: treating couples when one partner wants the other to change [d]
  128. (2014) Fear-driven inference: mechanisms of gut overreaction [i] [d]
  129. (2014) Judgmental biases in conflict resolution and how to overcome them [i]
  130. (2014) Beyond reason and tolerance: the purpose and practice of higher education [i] [d]
  131. (2014) Intimate partner violence and the victim–offender overlap [d]
  132. (2014) Democratic deliberation in deeply divided societies:: from conflict to common ground [i] [d]
  133. (2014) Shame and aggression: different trajectories and implications [d]
  134. (2014) Cyclical psychodynamics and the contextual self: the inner world, the intimate world, and the world of culture and society [i]
  135. (2014) Motive attribution asymmetry for love vs. hate drives intractable conflict [p] [d]
  136. (2013) Managing conflict in information system design stakeholder conferences: the role of transparency work [i] [d]
  137. (2013) Promoting positive peace one block at a time: lessons from innovative community conferencing programs [i] [d]
  138. (2013) Epidemiological criminology: a public health approach to crime and violence [i]
  139. (2013) 'Borderline' provocations: how not to respond [u]
  140. (2013) Deconstruct and superstruct: examining bias across the legal system [u]
  141. (2013) Sticks and stones: the new problem of bullying and how to solve it [i]
  142. (2013) What moves us: dance and neuroscience implications for conflict approaches [d]
  143. (2013) Evil transformations: social-psychological processes underlying genocide and mass killing [i]
  144. (2013) Leadership, violence, and school climate: case studies in creating nonviolent schools [i]
  145. (2013) 8 keys to eliminating passive-aggressiveness: strategies for transforming your relationships for greater authenticity and joy [i]
  146. (2013) The ways of one and many: exploring the integration of conflict coaching and dialogue-facilitation [u]
  147. (2013) Emotional conflicts in rational forestry: towards a research agenda for understanding emotions in environmental conflicts [d]
  148. (2013) Re-problematizing anger in domestic violence advocacy [u]
  149. (2013) Public health approaches to violent crime can complement law enforcement [u]
  150. (2013) I hate you, but we can work it out: dealing with anger issues in mediation [o]
  151. (2013) How leaders promote war by exploiting our core concerns [d]
  152. (2013) First, do no harm: on addressing the problem of implicit bias in juror decision making [u]
  153. (2013) Moving toward a just peace: the mediation continuum [i] [d]
  154. (2013) Social psychology of social problems: the intergroup context [i]
  155. (2013) A framework to assess the harms of crimes [d]
  156. (2013) Working for justice: a handbook of prison education and activism [i]
  157. (2013) Divergent views of mining in Appalachia: reconciling stakeholders in environmental conflict [i]
  158. (2013) A complex systems approach to the study of ideology: cognitive-affective structures and the dynamics of belief systems [d] [u]
  159. (2013) Law as engineering: thinking about what lawyers do [i]
  160. (2013) What is Mandela's secret? [u]
  161. (2013) Differentiation-based models of forgivingness, mental health and social justice commitment: mediator effects for differentiation of self and humility [d]
  162. (2013) Principles of social change [i] [d]
  163. (2013) Establishing evidence through undercover and collective intelligence interviewing [d]
  164. (2013) The quest for security: protection without protectionism and the challenge of global governance [i]
  165. (2013) Consequential courts: judicial roles in global perspective [i] [d]
  166. (2013) Neural activity during free association to conflict-related sentences [d]
  167. (2013) Restoring the professor and the students: a circle process and contemplative practices in a restorative justice seminar [d]
  168. (2013) The law and economics of norms [u]
  169. (2013) The open hand: arguing as an art of peace [i]
  170. (2013) On minimal deliberation, partisan activism, and teaching people how to disagree [d]
  171. (2013) Public choice theory and overcriminalization [u]
  172. (2013) The anger fallacy: uncovering the irrationality of the angry mindset [i]
  173. (2013) Bringing science to bear—on peace, not war: elaborating on psychology's potential to promote peace [d]
  174. (2013) Hurting memories and beneficial forgetting: posttraumatic stress disorders, biographical developments, and social conflicts [i]
  175. (2013) Perspective-taking and outgroup helping: the moderating role of warmth impression and outgroup status [d]
  176. (2013) Harsh childhood environmental characteristics predict exploitation and retaliation in humans [d]
  177. (2013) Energizing and de-motivating effects of norm-conflict [p] [d]
  178. (2013) Reducing the tendency to aggress: insights from social and personality psychology [d]
  179. (2013) The constitution and the future of criminal justice in America [i] [d]
  180. (2013) The anthropology of law [i]
  181. (2013) The nature of psychological reactance revisited: a meta-analytic review [d]
  182. (2013) Implicitly unjust: how defenders can affect systemic racist assumptions [u]
  183. (2013) Understanding and managing conservation conflicts [d]
  184. (2013) Ham sandwich nation: due process when everything is a crime [u]
  185. (2013) Designing systems and processes for managing disputes [i]
  186. (2013) Tackling a wicked problem: water issues! How the Delta Dialogues Project is using dialogue mapping to build shared understanding [u]
  187. (2013) Are the misinformed more punitive?: beliefs and misconceptions in forensic psychology [d]
  188. (2013) Feeling relational: the use of Buddhist mediation in restorative practices [o]
  189. (2013) Breaking the links in intergenerational violence: an emotional regulation perspective [d]
  190. (2013) Neither dichotomous nor split, but schema-related negative interpersonal evaluations characterize borderline patients [p] [d]
  191. (2013) The joy of pain: schadenfreude and the dark side of human nature [i]
  192. (2013) Retribution and forgiveness: the healing effects of punishing for just deserts [d]
  193. (2013) Interpersonal power in the criminal system [u]
  194. (2013) Action inquiry and the Boston Marathon bombings: unilateral vs. mutual power [u]
  195. (2013) The psychology of cooperation: implications for public policy [i]
  196. (2013) Attracted to conflict: dynamic foundations of destructive social relations [i] [d]
  197. (2013) Restorative justice today: practical applications [i]
  198. (2013) Changing on the inside: restorative justice in prisons: a literature review [u]
  199. (2013) A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  200. (2013) Forgiveness and reconciliation in emotionally focused therapy for couples: the client change process and therapist interventions [d]
  201. (2012) Contentious land change in the Amazon's arc of deforestation [d]
  202. (2012) Teaching contested narratives: identity, memory, and reconciliation in peace education and beyond [i] [d]
  203. (2012) The flywheel effect of intimate partner violence: a victim–perpetrator interactive spin [d]
  204. (2012) Common principles of couple therapy [p] [d]
  205. (2012) Using visual representations as boundary objects to resolve conflict in collaborative model-building approaches [d]
  206. (2012) Violate my beliefs? Then you're to blame! Belief content as an explanation for causal attribution biases [d]
  207. (2012) The Oxford handbook of economic conflict resolution [i] [d]
  208. (2012) Empowering students to create and claim value through the Thomas–Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument [d]
  209. (2012) Social cognition in members of conflict groups: behavioural and neural responses in Arabs, Israelis and South Americans to each other's misfortunes [d]
  210. (2012) The power of being heard: the benefits of 'perspective-giving' in the context of intergroup conflict [d]
  211. (2012) Associations between law, competitiveness, and the pursuit of self-interest [i] [d]
  212. (2012) Informing intimate partner violence prevention efforts: dyadic, developmental, and contextual considerations [d]
  213. (2012) 'Psychopaths' at work?: implications of lay persons' use of labels and behavioural criteria for psychopathy [d]
  214. (2012) Do actions speak louder than words?: differential effects of apology and restitution on behavioral and self-report measures of forgiveness [d]
  215. (2012) 'Forgiveness isn't a simple process: it's a vast undertaking': negotiating and communicating forgiveness in nonvoluntary family relationships [d]
  216. (2012) Citizens, community, and crime control: the problems and prospects for negotiated order [d]
  217. (2012) Stereotypes and schadenfreude: affective and physiological markers of pleasure at outgroup misfortunes [d]
  218. (2012) Building sustainable peace and compassionate community [i] [d]
  219. (2012) The psychological components of sustainable peace [i] [d]
  220. (2012) Getting down to basics: a situated model of conflict in social relations [d]
  221. (2012) Family conflict, emotional security, and child development: translating research findings into a prevention program for community families [d]
  222. (2012) Finding faults: how moral dilemmas illuminate cognitive structure [p] [d]
  223. (2012) Conviction of the innocent: lessons from psychological research [i]
  224. (2012) Addressing intractable conflict through interactive problem-solving [i] [d]
  225. (2012) Beyond prejudice: are negative evaluations the problem and is getting us to like one another more the solution? [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  226. (2012) Using social science to reduce violent offending [i] [d]
  227. (2012) Not in my watershed! Will increased federal supervision really bring better coordination between land use and water planning? [d]
  228. (2012) Punishment, participatory democracy, and the jury [i] [d]
  229. (2012) Splitting America: how politicians, super PACs and the news mirror high conflict divorce [i]
  230. (2012) When the direct route is blocked: the extended contact pathway to improving intergroup relations [d]
  231. (2012) Buddhism, punishment, and reconciliation [u]
  232. (2012) Transforming communication for peace [i] [d]
  233. (2012) Climate triggers: rainfall anomalies, vulnerability and communal conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa [d]
  234. (2012) Hormonal mechanisms for regulation of aggression in human coalitions [d]
  235. (2012) Betrayal: an inevitable part of leadership? [d]
  236. (2012) The responsibility to protect: the promise of stopping mass atrocities in our time [i]
  237. (2012) Using private rights to manage natural resources: is stewardship linked to ownership? [d]
  238. (2012) Transitional justice and truth commissions: exploring narratives of repair and healing in the post-{Holocaust} era [d]
  239. (2012) Just an anger synonym?: moral context influences predictors of disgust word use [d]
  240. (2012) Ideology, psychology, and law [i] [d]
  241. (2012) The problem of policing [u]
  242. (2012) Emotions about crime and attitudes to punishment [d]
  243. (2012) An introduction to modern CBT: psychological solutions to mental health problems [i]
  244. (2012) Sex and world peace [i]
  245. (2012) Water diplomacy: a negotiated approach to managing complex water networks [i]
  246. (2012) Affect, not ideology: a social identity perspective on polarization [d]
  247. (2012) Assessing and restoring natural resources in post-conflict peacebuilding [i]
  248. (2012) Useful enemies: when waging wars is more important than winning them [i]
  249. (2012) Mindfulness as a potential means of attenuating anger and aggression for prospective criminal justice professionals [d]
  250. (2012) Bias perception and the spiral of conflict [i] [d]
  251. (2012) Collective wisdom: principles and mechanisms [i] [d]
  252. (2012) Handbook of ethnic conflict: international perspectives [i] [d]
  253. (2012) Clearly we've only just begun: developing effective prevention programs for intimate partner violence [d]
  254. (2012) The Oxford handbook of military psychology [i] [d]
  255. (2012) Still convicting the innocent [u]
  256. (2012) Provoking more productive discussion of wicked problems [d]
  257. (2012) California's Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta conflict: from cooperation to chicken [d]
  258. (2012) Transforming the negotiator: the impact of critical learning on teaching and practicing negotiation [d]
  259. (2012) Confronting criminal law's violence: the possibilities of unfinished alternatives [u]
  260. (2012) Prosecution complex: America's race to convict, and its impact on the innocent [i]
  261. (2012) International dispute resolution [i]
  262. (2012) Multi-party dispute resolution, democracy and decision-making [i]
  263. (2012) Foundations of dispute resolution [i]
  264. (2012) Pax ethnica: where and how diversity succeeds [i]
  265. (2012) Intergroup dialogue: a critical-dialogic model for conflict engagement [i] [d]
  266. (2012) When suffering begets suffering: the psychology of competitive victimhood between adversarial groups in violent conflicts [p] [d]
  267. (2012) Predictors of violence and delinquency among high risk youth and youth gang members in San Salvador, El Salvador [d]
  268. (2012) Pursuit of happiness and resolution of conflict: an agenda for the future of ADR [u]
  269. (2012) The central place of race in crime and justice [d]
  270. (2012) Emotion differentiation moderates aggressive tendencies in angry people: a daily diary analysis [d]
  271. (2012) An initial study on how families deal with ridicule and being laughed at: parenting styles and parent–child relations with respect to gelotophobia, gelotophilia, and katagelasticism [d]
  272. (2012) Radical distortion: how emotions warp what we hear [i]
  273. (2012) Unraveling victim–offender overlap: exploring profiles and constellations of risk [d]
  274. (2012) Bullying in schools: addressing desires, not only behaviours [d]
  275. (2012) Emotion regulation and aggression [d]
  276. (2012) (Re)forming the jury: detection and disinfection of implicit juror bias [u]
  277. (2012) Criminal evidence and human rights: reimagining common law procedural traditions [i] [d]
  278. (2012) Climate change, human security and violent conflict: challenges for societal stability [i] [d]
  279. (2012) Stressed by colleagues who disagree with you? [u]
  280. (2012) Environmental change, natural resources and social conflict [i] [d]
  281. (2012) Splitting and emotional regulation in partner violence [d]
  282. (2012) Escalation and mindfulness [d]
  283. (2012) Delta theory and psychosocial systems: the practice of influence and change [i] [d]
  284. (2012) Handbook of social resource theory: theoretical extensions, empirical insights, and social applications [i] [d]
  285. (2012) Severe public humiliation: its nature, consequences, and clinical treatment [d]
  286. (2012) The Oxford handbook of intergroup conflict [i] [d]
  287. (2012) El Salvador's pandilleros calmados: the challenges of contesting mano dura through peer rehabilitation and empowerment [d]
  288. (2012) Blame narratives and the news: an ethical analysis [d]
  289. (2011) Psychological and political strategies for peace negotiation: a cognitive approach [i] [d]
  290. (2011) Mobilizing communities to implement evidence-based practices in youth violence prevention: the state of the art [d]
  291. (2011) A map of 21st century conflicts in Europe [d]
  292. (2011) Strategic moral diplomacy: understanding the enemy's moral universe [i]
  293. (2011) Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks [i] [d]
  294. (2011) Don't advocate from a position of hate [or anger/aggression] [u]
  295. (2011) It's the local economy, stupid!: geographic wealth dispersion and conflict outbreak location [d]
  296. (2011) Violent video games cause an increase in aggression long after the game has been turned off [d]
  297. (2011) Us and them: intergroup failures of empathy [d]
  298. (2011) Us versus them: social identity shapes neural responses to intergroup competition and harm [d]
  299. (2011) Adversarial science: conflict resolution and scientific review in British Columbia's central coast [d]
  300. (2011) The conservation game [d]
  301. (2011) Social justice and the experience of emotion [i]
  302. (2011) An examination of conflict style preferences in India [d]
  303. (2011) The social psychology of identity and inter-group conflict: from theory to practice [d]
  304. (2011) Comprehensive law practice: law as a healing profession [i]
  305. (2011) Honing the stone: refining restorative justice as a vehicle for emotional redress [d]
  306. (2011) Restorative justice and democracy: fostering public accountability for criminal justice [d]
  307. (2011) Suffering for water, suffering from water: emotional geographies of resource access, control and conflict [d]
  308. (2011) Escalation of images in international conflicts [i] [d]
  309. (2011/2012) Adversarial inquisitions: rethinking the search for the truth [u]
  310. (2011) Envy up, scorn down: how status divides us [i]
  311. (2011) Post-adversarial and post-inquisitorial justice: transcending traditional penological paradigms [d]
  312. (2011) Compassion and healing in medicine and society: on the nature and use of attachment solutions to separation challenges [i]
  313. (2011) Convicting the innocent: where criminal prosecutions go wrong [i] [d]
  314. (2011) A call for a social network-oriented approach to services for survivors of intimate partner violence [d]
  315. (2011) The science of trust: emotional attunement for couples [i]
  316. (2011) To escape blame, don't be a hero—be a victim [d]
  317. (2011) Argumentation in dispute mediation: a reasonable way to handle conflict [i]
  318. (2011) Dignity: the essential role it plays in resolving conflict [i]
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  321. (2011) Crime, punishment, and the psychology of self-control [u]
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  337. (2011) Learning through deepening conversations: a key strategy of insight mediation [d]
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  356. (2011) Compassionate reappraisal and emotion suppression as alternatives to offense-focused rumination: implications for forgiveness and psychophysiological well-being [d]
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  360. (2011) Deliberative assessment in complex socioecological systems: recommendations for environmental assessment in drylands [d]
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  397. (2010) Psychodynamic techniques: working with emotion in the therapeutic relationship [i]
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  531. (2008) Emotion-focused couples therapy: the dynamics of emotion, love, and power [i]
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  536. (2008/2013) Wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice: causes and remedies in North American and European criminal justice systems [i]
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  541. (2008) Commitment to connection in a culture of fear [d]
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  581. (2007) Sustainable agriculture: towards a conflict management based agricultural extension [u]
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  584. (2007) Typological approaches to violence in couples: a critique and alternative conceptual approach [d]
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  598. (2007) Conflict dialogue: working with layers of meaning for productive relationships [i]
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  602. (2007) The opposable mind: how successful leaders win through integrative thinking [i]
  603. (2007) Intergroup forgiveness: East Timorese and Angolan perspectives [d]
  604. (2007) Rebuilding communities: the contribution of integrated literacy and conflict resolution programmes [u]
  605. (2007) Constructing a criminal justice system free of racial bias: an abolitionist framework [u]
  606. (2007) Deliberative pedagogy: ideas for analysing the quality of deliberation in conflict management in education [d]
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  609. (2007) Small talk—big cure!: talking your way to a better life [i]
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  615. (2007) Police stress: history, contributing factors, symptoms, and interventions [d]
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  619. (2007) Human factors in project management: concepts, tools, and techniques for inspiring teamwork and motivation [i]
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  621. (2006) Working through intergenerational conflicts by sharing personal stories in dialogue groups [i]
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  623. (2006/2012) System justification theory and research: implications for law, legal advocacy, and social justice [i] [d]
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  645. (2006) Adversarial justice: America's court system on trial [i]
  646. (2006) Finding common ground in land use conflicts using PGIS: lessons from Ghana [u]
  647. (2006) Interpersonal rejection as a determinant of anger and aggression [d]
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  669. (2006) Frequent social comparisons and destructive emotions and behaviors: the dark side of social comparisons [d]
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  703. (2005) Friend, foe, ally, adversary... or something else? [u]
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  719. (2004) Laws of men and laws of nature: the history of scientific expert testimony in England and America [i]
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  721. (2004) Integration of emotion and cognitive control [d]
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  723. (2004) Relational models theory: a contemporary overview [i]
  724. (2004) Beyond criminology: taking harm seriously [i]
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  733. (2004) The psychology of diplomacy [i]
  734. (2004) Beyond neutrality: confronting the crisis in conflict resolution [i]
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  736. (2004) Transitions through out-of-keeping acts [d]
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  739. (2004) Information sharing and group conflict: going beyond decision making to understand the effects of information sharing on group performance [d]
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  741. (2004) Reconciliation between nations: overcoming emotional deterrents to ending conflicts between groups [i]
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  746. (2004) Moving beyond the blame game: toward a discursive approach to negotiating conflict within couple relationships [d]
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  828. (2001) Managing intercultural conflict effectively [i]
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  865. (2000) Harmony and conflict in the living world [i]
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  869. (2000) Narrative mediation: a new approach to conflict resolution [i]
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  875. (1999) Advising clients to apologize [u]
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  877. (1999) Focused genograms: intergenerational assessment of individuals, couples, and families [i]
  878. (1999) When all the evils come together: cocaine, corruption, and Shining Path in Peru's Upper Huallaga Valley, 1980 to 1995 [d]
  879. (1999) Peace work as grief work in Mozambique and South Africa: postconflict communities as context for child and youth socialization [d]
  880. (1999) Structuration, human development and desistance from crime [d]
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  883. (1999) Bioregional conflict resolution: rebuilding community in watershed planning and organizing [d]
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  885. (1999) Stakeholder analysis and conflict management [i]
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  890. (1999) The consensus building handbook: a comprehensive guide to reaching agreement [i]
  891. (1999) Violence transformed: posttraumatic growth in survivors and their societies [d]
  892. (1999) No future without forgiveness [i]
  893. (1999/2000) The third side: why we fight and how we can stop [or: Getting to peace: transforming conflict at home, at work, and in the world] [i]
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  895. (1999) Conditions for cultural negotiation in civil conflicts [i]
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  902. (1998/2007) The abusive personality: violence and control in intimate relationships [i]
  903. (1998) The common place of law: stories from everyday life [i]
  904. (1998) Justice in Aboriginal communities: sentencing alternatives [i]
  905. (1998) Comparison study of women who have and have not murdered their abusive partners [d]
  906. (1998) Democracy and deep-rooted conflict: options for negotiators [i]
  907. (1998/2011) The evolution of international human rights: visions seen [i]
  908. (1998) Enactment: when the patient's and analyst's pasts converge [d]
  909. (1998) Pride, shame and empathy among peers: community conferencing as transformative justice in education [i]
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  913. (1998) Breaking the cycle of violence among youth living in metropolitan Atlanta: a case history of Kids Alive and Loved [d]
  914. (1998/2015) The mind and heart of the negotiator [i]
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  919. (1997) News you can use: Pema Chödrön and bell hooks talk over life and all its problems [u]
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  921. (1997) Essential injustice: when legal institutions cannot resolve environmental and land use disputes [i]
  922. (1997) The gift of fear: survival signals that protect us from violence [i]
  923. (1997) Emotional blackmail: when the people in your life use fear, obligation, and guilt to manipulate you [i]
  924. (1997) Coalescent argumentation [i]
  925. (1997) Toward families of stories in context [d]
  926. (1997) Love in a time of hate: liberation psychology in Latin America [i]
  927. (1997) Not a one-time event: environmental change, ethnic rivalry, and violent conflict in the Third World [d]
  928. (1997) Unarmed bodyguards: international accompaniment for the protection of human rights [i]
  929. (1997) The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life [i]
  930. (1997/2007) Gender violence: interdisciplinary perspectives [i]
  931. (1997) Moral conflict: when social worlds collide [i]
  932. (1997) Resolving identity-based conflict in nations, organizations, and communities [i]
  933. (1997) Emotions, the social bond, and human reality: part/whole analysis [i]
  934. (1997) Community policing, Chicago style [i]
  935. (1997) The cognitive geometry of war [i]
  936. (1997) When is a circumplex an 'interpersonal circumplex'?: the case of supportive actions [i] [d]
  937. (1996) Resolving international conflicts: the theory and practice of mediation [i]
  938. (1996) When contact is not enough: social identity and intergroup cooperation [d]
  939. (1996) The strategy of nonviolent defense: a Gandhian approach [i]
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