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Books Books 31 - 40 of about 47 related to The Psychology of War: Comprehending Its Mystique and Its Madness.    

Psychological dimensions of war

Betty Glad - History - 1990 - 384 pages
Traditionally scholars of the international political system have assumed that wars serve national interests and that such decisions are based on rational means/ends ...
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Meditating to Attain a Healthy Body Weight

Lawrence LeShan - Health & Fitness - 1995 - 192 pages
A pioneering expert in mind/body health--and the bestselling author of How to Meditate--has created a simple but powerful meditation program that can make the crucial ...
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Coping with war and its aftermath

Jerry Braza, Kathleen Braza - Political Science - 1991 - 93 pages
Provides advice on adjusting to the stresses brought on by Operation Desert Storm and the return of the troops, and helping children do so as well
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OVERCONFIDENCE AND WAR

Dominic D. P. Johnson - History - 2004 - 280 pages
A study offers insights into why states wage war and traces the effects of human tendency toward overconfidence through two turning points that erupted into war and two that ...
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The Peculiar Sanity of War: Hysteria in the Literature of World War I

Celia Malone Kingsbury - History - 2002 - 181 pages
During wartime, paranoia, gossip, and rumor become accepted forms of behavior and dominant literary tropes. The Peculiar Sanity of War examines the impact of war hysteria on ...
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Madness of War

Harold Sydney Brewster - War - 1928 - 261 pages
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An Introduction to Social Psychology

Miles Hewstone, Wolfgang Stroebe, Klaus Jonas - Psychology - 2012 - 640 pages
"The fifth edition of this highly successful text, An Introduction to Social Psychology has been fully revised and updated. Accessibility for students has been improved ...
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The anatomy of courage: the classic WWI account of the psychological effects ...

Lord Moran, Baron Charles McMoran Wilson Moran - History - 2007 - 213 pages
First published in 1945, this work presents an account of the psychological effects of war, recounted by means of observation and anecdote.
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