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Psychological effects of polar expeditions
Polar expeditions include treks and stays at summer camps or year-round research stations. People on such expeditions generally undergo psychological changes resulting from exposure to long periods… Expand
Multigenerational Perspectives on Coping with the Holocaust Experience: An Attachment Perspective for Understanding the Developmental Sequelae of Trauma across Generations
In this paper, we advance a new approach to the intergenerational transmission of Holocaust experiences, by focusing on attachment theory. The approach is used as a framework for interpretation of… Expand
Motivation and personality: The conceptual/integrative complexity scoring manual
The environmental psychology of capsule habitats.
Capsule habitats make it possible for human beings to survive and function in environments that would otherwise be lethal, such as space, the ocean depths, and the polar regions. The number of people… Expand
Reactions and Attributes of Prisoners in Solitary Confinement
In order to explore the effects of solitary confinement (SC) on penitentiary inmates, data were collected from volunteer respondents at five U.S. and Canadian prisons. Besides a structured interview,… Expand
The cognitive processing of politics and politicians: archival studies of conceptual and integrative complexity.
- P. Suedfeld
- Sociology, Medicine
- Journal of personality
- 1 December 2010
This article reviews over 30 years of research on the role of integrative complexity (IC) in politics. IC is a measure of the cognitive structure underlying information processing and decision making… Expand
Motivation and personality: Conceptual/integrative complexity
Revolutionary leaders: Long-term success as a function of changes in conceptual complexity.
Cognitive Managers and Their Critics
- P. Suedfeld
- 1 September 1992
Social scientists tend to approach the study of international decision-making from an at least implicitly evaluative, rather than descriptive or explanatory, standpoint. The evaluation of… Expand
Psychological selection of Antarctic personnel: the "SOAP" instrument.
- I. Grant, H. Eriksen, +5 authors H. Ursin
- Psychology, Medicine
- Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
- 13 March 2007
INTRODUCTION The potential advantage of including a psychological test battery in the selection process for service in the Antarctic was examined in 348 applicants for employment in Antarctica with… Expand