International Relations and the Psychologist.

by Nehemiah Jordan

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An attempt to determine whether psychology as a scientific discipline can contribute anything toward solving problems in international relations. The credentials of American academic psychology are checked and the performance of the members in this area of the profession is evaluated. The paper concludes that the present image projected by a small group of psychologists is due to default and to the silence of the overwhelming majority of other psychologists. The time has come for these others to make themselves heard and to make the contributions that American society has a right to expect.

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