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The Psychology of U.S. Reaction to 9/11

Clark McCauley
Clark McCauley

Our colleague at Bryn Mawr, Clark McCauley, recently wrote online and in the press about humiliation in Americans’ reactions to 9/11, manifested in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Prof. McCauley is Co-Director of the Solomon Asch Center for the Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict. His course, “Political Psychology of Group Identification,” can be counted by Tri-college students toward their peace studies minors.  Read the whole story via this link.


One response to “The Psychology of U.S. Reaction to 9/11”

  1. Breaking News: Two new half-semester courses by Clark McCauley: Psychology of Genocide (Psych 125) and Psychology of Terrorism (Psych 120). No prerequisites.