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Herbert C. Kelman
Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Emeritus, Harvard University
William James Hall, Rm. 1304, 33 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass., 02138
Biography & CV
In the News
Israelis and Palestinians: Psychological prerequisites for mutual acceptance
. International Security. 1978;3 (1) :162-186.
The conditions, criteria, and dialectics of human dignity: A transnational perspective
. International Studies Quarterly. 1977;21 :529-552.
Privacy and research with human beings
. Journal of Social Issues. 1977;33 (3) :169-195.
Attitudes are alive and well and gainfully employed in the sphere of action
. American Psychologist. 1974;29 :310-324.
Social influence and linkages between the individual and the social system: Further thoughts on the processes of compliance, identification, and internalization
. In: In J. Tedeschi (Ed.), Perspectives on social power . Chicago: Aldine ; 1974. pp. 125-171.
Violence without moral restraint: Reflections on the dehumanization of victims and victimizers
. Journal of Social Issues. 1973;29 (4) :25-61.
The rights of the subject in social research: An analysis in terms of relative power and legitimacy
. American Psychologist. 1972;27 :989-1016.
The problem-solving workshop in conflict resolution
. In: In R.L. Merritt (Ed.), Communication in international politics . Urbana: University of Illinois Press ; 1972. pp. 168-204.
Language as an aid and barrier to involvement in the national system
. In: In J. Rubin & B.H. Jernudd (Eds.), Can language be planned? Sociolinguistic theory and practice for developing nations. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii ; 1971. pp. 21-51.
Patterns of personal involvement in the national system: A social-psychological analysis of political legitimacy
. In: In J.N. Rosenau (Ed.), International politics and foreign policy (rev. ed.). ; 1969. pp. 276-288.
Human use of human subjects: The problem of deception in social psychological experiments
. Psychological Bulletin. 1967;67 :1-11.
Manipulation of human behavior: An ethical dilemma for the social scientist
. Journal of Social Issues. 1965;21 (2) :31-46.
Social-psychological approaches to the study of international relations: The question of relevance
. In: In H.C. Kelman (Ed.), International behavior. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston ; 1965. pp. 565-607.
Social-psychological approaches to the study of international relations: Definition of scope
. In: In H.C. Kelman (Ed.), International behavior. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston ; 1965. pp. 3-39.
The role of the group in the induction of therapeutic change
. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 1963;13 :399-432.
Processes of opinion change
. Public Opinion Quarterly. 1961;25 :57-78.
Compliance, identification, and internalization: Three processes of attitude change
. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 1958;2 (1) :51-60.
Attitude change as a function of response restriction
. Human Relations. 1953;6 :185-214.
Foundational Publications by Category
Attitudes, Attitude Change, & Social Influence
Ethics of Social Research
International Conflict & Conflict Resolution
Political Violence & Human Rights
Nationalism & National Indentity
The development of interactive problem solving: In John Burton’s footsteps
Social psychology and the study of peace: Personal reflections
A one-country / two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Looking back at my work on conflict resolution in the Middle East
Interactive problem solving: Changing political culture in the pursuit of conflict resolution
Publications by Year
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