Herbert C. Kelman

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Attitudes, conflict resolution, culture/ethnicity, intergroup relationss, political psychology
Website:
http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/faculty/hckelman/
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Carl I. Hovland grad student Harvard (Neurotree)

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Cynthia Chataway grad student Harvard (Neurotree)
Alice  H. Eagly grad student Northwestern (PsychTree)
John C Gibbs grad student Harvard (PsychTree)
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Kelman HC. (2015) The development of interactive problem solving: In John Burton's footsteps Political Psychology. 36: 243-262
Kelman HC. (2012) Social Psychology and The Study of Peace: Personal Reflections The Oxford Handbook of Intergroup Conflict
Reykowski J, Cisłak A. (2011) Socio-psychological approaches to conflict resolution Intergroup Conflicts and Their Resolution: a Social Psychological Perspective. 241-266
Kelman HC. (2011) A One-Country/Two-State Solution To the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Middle East Policy. 18: 27-41
Kelman HC. (2010) Interactive problem solving: Changing political culture in the pursuit of conflict resolution Peace and Conflict. 16: 389-413
Kelman HC. (2010) Looking back at my work on conflict resolution in the middle east Peace and Conflict. 16: 361-387
Kelman HC. (2009) Bridging Individual and Social Change in International Conflict: Contextual Social Psychology in Action Improving Intergroup Relations: Building On the Legacy of Thomas F. Pettigrew. 244-261
Kelman HC. (2008) Reconciliation From a Social-Psychological Perspective The Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation
Kelman HC. (2008) Evaluating the contributions of interactive problem solving to the resolution of ethnonational conflicts Peace and Conflict. 14: 29-60
Kelman HC. (2008) Conflict Images, National Narratives, and External Realities American Psychologist. 63: 280-282
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