Social Psychology Can Be Used To Understand Nuclear Restraint

Saturday, September 6, 2008 - 16:14 in Psychology & Sociology

Social psychology is the study of how people and groups interact. A new study shows how social psychology can help us better understand the puzzle of nuclear restraint and uses the case of Japan to illustrate social psychology on nuclear decision-making.

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