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Suedfeld, P. (1966). Social processes. Dubuque, Iowa: William. C. Brown Co.
Freeman, N. C. G., & Suedfeld, P. (1969). Classical conditioning of verbal meaning: The roles of awareness, meaningfulness, and evaluative loading. Psychological Record, 19, 335-338.
Suedfeld, P., & Epstein, Y. M. (1970). "Mere exposure"--plus set. American Psychological Association symposium paper.
Suedfeld, P., Epstein, Y. M., Buchanan, E., & Landon, P. B. (1971). The effects of set on the "effects of mere exposure". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 17, 121-123.
Epstein, Y. M., Suedfeld, P., & Bresnahan, D. M. (1971). Reaction to a campus confrontation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1, 57-66.
Suedfeld, P., & Epstein, Y. M. (1971). Where is the "D" in dissonance? Journal of Personality, 39, 178-188.
Suedfeld, P., Bochner, S., & Matas, C. (1971). Petitioner's attire and petition signing by peace demonstrators: A field experiment on reference group similarity. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1, 278-283.
Koslin, B. L., Suedfeld, P., & Pargament, R. (1973). Belief instability as a mediating variable in opinion change: The effects of attack discrepancy. British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 12, 18-33.
Suedfeld, P., & Epstein, Y. M. (1973). Attitudes, values, and ascription of responsibility: The Calley case. Journal of Social Issues, 29, 63-71.
Suedfeld, P., Rank, D. S., & Borrie, R. A. (1975). Frequency of exposure and evaluation of candidates and campaign speeches. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 5, 118-126.
Suedfeld, P., & Rank, A. D. (1976). Revolutionary leaders: Long-term success as a function of changes in conceptual complexity. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 34, 169-178.
Tetlock, P. E., & Suedfeld, P. (1976). Inducing belief instability without a persuasive message: The roles of attitude centrality, individual cognitive differences, and sensory deprivation. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 8, 324-333.
Suedfeld, P., & Tetlock, P. (1977). Integrative complexity of communications in international crises. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 21, 169-184.
Suedfeld, P., Tetlock, P. E., & Ramirez, C. (1977). War, peace, and integrative complexity. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 21, 427-442.
Suedfeld, P. (1977). Introduction al simposio. Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia, 9, 445-448.
Suedfeld, P. (1981). Indices of world tension in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Political Psychology, 2, 114-123.
Suedfeld, P. (1982). Doomsday clock. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 38(3), 46-47.
Streufert, S., & Suedfeld, P. (1982). A decade of applied social psychology: An editorial. Journal of Social Psychology, 12, 335-342.
Suedfeld, P. (1983). Authoritarian leadership: A cognitive-interactionist view. In J. Held (Ed.), The cult of power: Dictators in the Twentieth Century (pp. 1-22). Boulder, CO: East European Monographs.
Suedfeld, P., Hakstian, A. R., Rank, D. S., & Ballard, E. J. (1985). Ascription of responsibility as a personality variable. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 3, 285-311.
Hakstian, A. R., Suedfeld, P., Ballard, E. J., & Rank, D. S. (1986). The Ascription of Responsibility Questionnaire: Development and empirical extensions. Journal of Personality Assessment, 50, 229-247.
Suedfeld, P., Corteen, R. S., & McCormick, C. (1986). The role of integrative complexity in military leadership: Robert E. Lee and his opponents. In G. Y. Nogami (Ed.), Special issue on military psychology, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 16, 498-507.
Suedfeld, P. (1986). Authoritarian thinking, groupthink, and decision-making under stress: Are simple decisions always worse? American Psychological Association symposium presentation; (1988) Society, 25(5), 25-27.
Wallace, M. D., & Suedfeld, P. (1988). Leadership performance in crisis: The longevity-complexity link. International Studies Quarterly, 32, 439-451.
Ramirez, C.E. & Suedfeld, P. (1988). Nonimmediacy scoring of archival materials: The relationship between Fidel Castro and "Che" Guevara. Political Psychology, 9, 155-164.
Suedfeld, P., & Bluck, S. (1988). Changes in integrative complexity prior to surprise attacks. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 32, 626-635.
Ballard, E.J., & Suedfeld, P. (1988). Performance ratings of Canadian Prime Ministers: Individual and situational factors. Political Psychology, 9, 291-302.
Suedfeld, P., Bluck, S., Ballard, E. J., & Baker-Brown, G. (1990). Canadian federal elections: Motive profiles and integrative complexity in political speeches and popular media. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 22, 26-36.
Suedfeld, P., & Wallbaum, A. B. C. (1992). Modifying integrative complexity in political thought: Value conflict and audience disagreement. International Journal of Psychology, 26, 19-36.
Suedfeld, P. (1992). Cognitive managers and their critics. Political Psychology, 13, 435-453.
Suedfeld, P. (1992). Bilateral relations between countries and the complexity of newspaper editorials. Political Psychology, 13, 601-611.
Wallace, M. D., Suedfeld, P., & Thachuk, K. (1993). Political rhetoric of leaders under stress in the Gulf Crisis. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 37, 94-107.
Suedfeld, P., Wallace, M. D., & Thachuk, K. L. (1993). Changes in integrative complexity among Middle East leaders during the Persian Gulf crisis. Journal of Social Issues, 49(4), 183-199.
Suedfeld, P. (1994). President Clinton's policy dilemmas: A cognitive analysis. Political Psychology, 15, 337-349.
Suedfeld, P., Bluck, S., Loewen, L., & Elkins, D. (1994). Sociopolitical values and integrative complexity of members of student political groups. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 26, 121-141.
Suedfeld, P., Steel, G. D., & Schmidt, P. W. (1994). Political ideology and attitudes toward censorship. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 765-781.
Granatstein, J. L., & Suedfeld, P. (1994). Tommy Burns as a military leader: A case study using integrative complexity. Canadian Military History, 3, 63-67.
Suedfeld, P., & Granatstein, J. L. (1995). Leader complexity in personal and professional crises: Concurrent and retrospective information processing. Political Psychology, 16, 509-522.
Guttieri, K., Wallace, M. D., & Suedfeld, P. (1995). The integrative complexity of American decision makers in the Cuban Missile Crisis. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 39, 595-621.
Suedfeld, P., & Wallace, M. (1995). President Clinton as a cognitive manager. In S. A. Renshon (Ed.), The Clinton Presidency (pp. 215-233). Oxford: Westview Press.
Wallace, M., Suedfeld, P., & Thachuk, K. A. (1996). Failed leader or successful peacemaker? Crisis, behavior, and cognitive processes of Mikhail Sergeyevitch Gorbachev. Political Psychology, 17, 453-471.
Lavallee, L., & Suedfeld, P. (1997). Conflict in Clayquot Sound: Using thematic content analysis to understand psychological aspects of environmental controversy. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 29, 194-209.
Suedfeld, P., Lavallee, L., & Brough, J. (1998). Political language in an environmental controversy: Integrative complexity and motive imagery in advocacy propaganda and the press. In O. Feldman & C. De Landtsheer (Eds.), Politically speaking: A worldwide examination of language used in the public sphere (pp. 170-183). Westport, CT: Praeger.
Suedfeld, P. (2000). Domain-related variation in integrative complexity: A measure of political importance and responsiveness? Clinton, Gingrich, Gorbachev, and various Canadian political leaders. In O. Feldman & C. De Landtsheer (Eds.), Beyond public speech and symbols: Explorations in the rhetoric of politicians and the media (pp. 17-34). Westport, CT: Praeger.
Suedfeld, P. (2000). Professor Boulding's Peaceable Kingdom. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 6, 253-258.
Conway, L. G. III, Suedfeld, P., & Tetlock, P. E. (2001). Integrative complexity and political decisions that lead to war or peace. In D. J. Christie, R. V. Wagner, & D. D. N. Winter (Eds.), Peace, conflict, and violence: Peace psychology for the 21st century (pp. 66-75). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
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, CT: Praeger.
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., & Leighton, D. C. (2002). Early communications in the war against terrorism: An integrative complexity analysis. Political Psychology, 23, 585-599.
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., 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: The University of Michigan Press.
Suedfeld, P. (2003). Psychology without boundaries: Crossing the longest undefended border in the world. Canadian Psychology, 44, 241-243.
Suedfeld, P. (2003). Integrative complexity of western and terrorist leaders in the war against the Afghan terrorist regime. Psicología Política, 27, 79-91.
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.
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This page lists those of Dr. Suedfeld's publications that fit under the general category of political psychology. Some, especially the earlier ones, may only be indirectly related to the specific topic, but they illustrate Suedfeld's gradual progression from more general social psychology to his focus upon more strictly "political" issues. In the more recent publications, Suedfeld's role in the newly developing area of "peace psychology" becomes evident. Links to more information about Dr. Suedfeld and all of his major topics of research appear below.
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