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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.
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