Herbert C. Kelman

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Attitudes, conflict resolution, culture/ethnicity, intergroup relationss, political psychology
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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. (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. (2008) Evaluating the contributions of interactive problem solving to the resolution of ethnonational conflicts Peace and Conflict. 14: 29-60
Kelman HC. (2007) The Israeli-Palestinian peace process and its vicissitudes: insights from attitude theory. The American Psychologist. 62: 287-303
Kelman HC. (2007) Israeli-Palestinian peace: Inching toward and looking beyond negotiations Middle East Policy. 14: 29-40
Kelman HC. (2006) Interests, relationships, identities: three central issues for individuals and groups in negotiating their social environment. Annual Review of Psychology. 57: 1-26
Kelman H. (2006) The Role of an International Facilitating Service for Conflict Resolution International Negotiation. 11: 209-223
Kelman HC. (2005) The policy context of torture: A social-psychological analysis International Review of the Red Cross. 87: 123-134
Kelman HC. (2005) Building trust among enemies: The central challenge for international conflict resolution International Journal of Intercultural Relations. 29: 639-650
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