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Aspects of Adversarial and Defensive Psychology in Complex Settings – Part Two

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A continued outline of concepts, tools, materials and approaches that have proved to be of value in understanding and influencing the behaviour and beliefs of opponent individuals and groups in the field. In application, the personal identity of the opponent is usually unknown. As specifi characteristics are clarified, then, targeting may be increasingly refined. Having considered individual criminal behaviour in the first session, this meeting will focus on corporate and political or religious belief based opponent.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Psychometrics Centre Seminars series.

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