Suedfeld's Most Recent Publications

In reverse chronological order

Note: Please see the important details at the bottom of this screen regarding copying and/or printing this information.

Conway, L.G. III, Suedfeld, P. & Clements, S.M. (2003). Beyond the American reaction: Integrative complexity of Middle Eastern leaders during the 9/11 crisis. Psicología Política, 27, 93-103.

Suedfeld, P. (2003). Integrative complexity of western and terrorist leaders in the war against the Afghan terrorist regime. Psicología Política, 27, 79-91.

Suedfeld, P. (2003). Reclaiming Heimat: Trauma and mourning in memoirs by Jewish Austrian reémigrés, Jacqueline Vansant (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2001). Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 17(2), 366-368.

Suedfeld, P. (2003). Psychology without boundaries: Crossing the longest undefended border in the world. Canadian Psychology, 44, 241-243.

Suedfeld, P. (2003). Canadian space psychology: The future may almost be here. Canadian Psychology, 44, 85-92.

Suedfeld, P. (2003). Specific and general attributional patterns of Holocaust survivors. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, 35, 133-141.

Suedfeld, P. (2002). Ten years of Canadian Antarctic organization 1993-2003: A historical summary. Newsletter for the Canadian Arctic Research Network, 15, 12-14.

Suedfeld, P., Guttieri K., & Tetlock P. E. (2003). Assessing integrative complexity at a distance: Archival analyses of thinking and decision making (pp. 246-272). Suedfeld, P., & Tetlock, P. E. (2003). President Clinton: Cognitive manager in trouble (pp. 328-332). Suedfeld, P. (2003). Saddam Hussein's integrative complexity under stress (pp. 391-396). In J. M. Post (Ed.), The psychological assessment of political leaders: With profiles of Saddam Hussein and Bill Clinton. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Suedfeld, P., Paterson, H., & Soriano, E. (2002). Lethal stereotypes: Hair and eye color as survival characteristics during the Holocaust. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 2368-2376.

Suedfeld, P. (2002). Una psicología sin límites. In R. Ardila (Ed.), La psicología en el futuro: Los más destacados psicólogos del mundo reflexionan sobre el futuro de su disciplina. (pp.229-232). Madrid: Ediciones Pirámide.

Suedfeld, P., & Leighton, D. C. (2002). Early communications in the war against terrorism: An integrative complexity analysis. Political Psychology, 23, 585-599.

Suedfeld, P., & Schaller, M. (2002). Authoritarianism and the Holocaust: Some cognitive and affective implications. In L. S. Newman & R. Erber (Eds.), Understanding genocide: The social psychology of the Holocaust (pp. 68-90). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Suedfeld, P. (2002) Life after the ashes: The postwar pain, and resilience, of young Holocaust survivors. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Center for Advanced Studies (pp. 1-24). Washington, D. C.

Suedfeld, P. (Ed.) (2001). Light from the ashes: Social science careers of young Holocaust refugees and survivors. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Suedfeld, P. (2001). Applying positive psychology in the study of extreme environments. Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments, 6, 21-25.

Suedfeld, P. (2001). Groups in special environments. In N. J. Smelser & P. B. Baltes (Eds.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (Vol. 9, pp. 6430-6434). Oxford: Elsevier.

Suedfeld, P. (2002). Postmodernism, identity politics, and other political influences in political psychology. In K. R. Monroe (Ed.). Political psychology (pp. 315-327). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Suedfeld, P., Conway, L. G. III., & Eichhorn, D. (2001). Studying Canadian leaders at a distance. In O. Feldman and L. O. Valenty (Eds.), Profiling political leaders (pp. 3-19). Westport, CN: Praeger.

Last updated: Monday, May 31, 2004

Note regarding copying and printing: Please note that the format of this and other reference pages in this web-site is partly achieved through the use of blank spacer images. This means that copied and/or printed versions may contain annoying, stray "lost image" characters when viewed later. To avoid this, please visit the acrobat document site.

Back To Top

UBC Home UBC Psychology

About this web-site

This web-site describes the research and other achievements of Dr. Peter Suedfeld, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.

This page lists just the most recent of Dr. Suedfeld's many publications. Further references may be found at the relevant sub-sections for the various research topics, organized under the topic headings listed below.

Additional summary information:

Biographic InfoCurrent Projects

Primary research topics:

Integrative ComplexityPolitical PsychologyExtreme & Unusual EnvironmentsHolocaust Studies

Lone PenguinWeb-site and Image Credits