Divergent Reactions to the Threat of War

  title={Divergent Reactions to the Threat of War},
  author={Paul Ekman and Lily Cohen and Renata Moos and Wendell Phillips Raine and Mark Schlesinger and Gail Stone},
  pages={88 - 94}
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Except where indicated, there were no differences in results between sexes, and the results are not attributable to the difference in sex ratio for the two groups
In discussion of single items
The group scores were compared with figures given in 'The Effects of Nuclear Weapons," prepared by the Department of Defense and published by the Atomic Energy Commission
We are indebted to John A. Starkweather for pointing out the existence of these two groups and their potential interest