Morton Deutsch’s Publications

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Dr. Deutsch's Publications A-I

A Comparative Experimental Study of Negotiation Behavior
A Critique of Equity Theory
A Framework for Teaching Conflict Resolution in Schools
A Framework for Thinking about Developing a Global Community
A Framework for Thinking about Oppression and its Change
A Personal History of Social Interdependence – Theory, Research, and Practice
A Personal Perspective on the Development of Social Psychology in the Twentieth Century
A Perspective on Conflict
A Proposal for Research into the Social, Psychological, and Education Effects of Introducing Cooperative Learning Into a School System
A Psychological Approach to International Conflict

A Theoretical Perspective on Conflict and Conflict Resolution

A Theory of Co-operation and Competition
A Theory of Cooperation – Competition and Beyond
A Tribute to Solomon Asch
A.P.A. Citation – Awards for Distinguished Scientific Contributions
Altruism and Bargaining
An Experimental Study of Decision-Making and Marital Discord
An Experimental Study of the Effects of Co-operation and Competition among Group Process
An Exploratory Study of Marital Conflict
An Exploratory Study of the Meanings of Injustice and Frustration
APA Symposium – Conflict Resolution in the New Millennium
Averting World War III – An Interview with Morton Deutsch
Awakening the Sense of Injustice
Bargaining Behavior
Children’s Conceptions of International Relations – An Exploratory Study
Commentary – On Negotiating the Non-negotiable

Commentary – Cooperation: The Fragile State
Commentary on Morality, Decision Making, and Collateral Casualties
Comments on Kelly’s Comments
Comments on the Current Status of Social Psychology
Conditions Affecting Cooperation
Conflict and its Resolution
Conflict Resolution and Cooperative Learning in an Alternative High School
Conflict Resolution for Teachers
Conflict Resolution in Different Cultural Contexts
Conflict Resolution. Theory and Practice
Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution – Strategies Inducing Cooperation
Conflict – A Social Psychological Perspective
Conflicts – Productive and Destructive
Constructive Conflict Management for the World Today
Constructive Conflict Resolution – Principles, Trainings, and Research
Cooperation and Competition
Cooperation and Conflict Resolution
Cooperation and Conflict – A Personal Perspective on the History of the Social Psychological Study
Cooperation and Trust – Some Theoretical Notes
Cooperation, Conflict, and Justice: In Theory and Practice
Cooperation, Conflict Resolution, and School Violence – A Systems Approach
Cooperative Behavior in Dyads
Council of the Wise Gulf War: Mediation Proposal by Deutsch and Gruber, 1991
Cultures of Peace: A Social Psychological Perspective
Cultures of Peace: Social-Psychological Foundations
Current Social Psychological Perspectives on Justice
Destructive Conflict and Oppression
Deutsch’s Ten Commandments Regarding Conflict Resolution
Developmental Changes in the Sense of Injustice and Frustration
Differences in Conceptual Structures of Nations: An Exploratory Study
Dissonance or Defensiveness
Divorce Therapy: An In-Depth Survey of Therapists’ Views
Educating Beyond Hate
Education and Distributive Justice
Effects of Incentive Magnitude on Cooperation in the Prisoner’s Dilemma Game
Effects of Dissimilar Goal Orientation and Differing Expectation about the Partner on Cooperative Behavior in a Prisoners Dilemma Game
Effects of Strategy and Reward Structure on the Development of Cooperative
Effects of Training in Conflict Resolution and Cooperative Learning in an Alternative High School
Egalitarianism in the Laboratory and at Work
Enthusiasm for the Work
Equality and Economic Efficiency – Is There a Trade-Off?
Equity, Equality, and Meed – What Determines Which Value Will Be Used as the Basis of Distributive Justice?
European Journal of Social Psychology
Examples of School-Based Programs Involving Peaceful Conflict Resolution and Mediation Oriented to Overcoming Community Violence
Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of the Staff Process: A Survey of the Opinions of Experienced Staff Officers
Factors Influencing Threat Legitimacy
Field Theory and Projective Techniques
Field Theory in Social Psychology
Fifty Years in Conflict
Folie a deuz – A Psychological Perspective on Soviet-American Relations
Forms of Social Organization. Psychological Consequences
Friends of the ICCCR – International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution
Goal Orientation, Mode of Payment, and the Distribution of Outcomes in Cooperative Groups
Going Beyond: Beyond Deterrence
Graduate Training of the Problem-Oriented Psychologist
Group Formation
Groups and Individual Behavior
Harry Levinson Award Address Before Division 13
Hate and Love: Destructive and Constructive Conflicts
Homans in the Skinner Box
Hope with Optimism: A Commentary on Brewster Smith’s Article
Human Dignity, Humiliation, and a Sustainable Peace
Interdependence and Psychological Orientation
Intergroup Conflict
Internal Properties of Groups and Intergroup Conflict
International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
Interracial Housing
Interview with Morton Deutsch (Jessica Wiederhorn – The Narrative Trust)
Introducing Cooperation and Conflict Resolution

Dr. Deutsch's Publications J-Z

Justice Across Cultures: A Three State Model for Intercultural Negotiation
Justice, Conflict, and Cooperation
Justice in the Crunch
Kurt Lewin: The Tough-Minded and Tender-Hearted Scientist
Leadership in the Small Group
Learning to Cope with Conflict and Violence: How Schools Can Help Youth
Locking-in Effects During a Game of Chicken
Love, Hate, and Other Forms of Intimate Interdependence
Lying and Telling the Truth as a Function of Cooperative and Competitive Orientations and Behaviors
Masochism in a Survivor of the Ghetto
Mediated Negotiations in Divorce and Labor Disputes

Mediation and Difficult Conflicts
On Changing an Adversary
On Cursing the Darkness versus Lighting a Candle
On Making Social Psychology More Useful
On Negotiating the Non-Negotiable
Oppression and Conflict
Perceived Dimensions of Interpersonal Relations
Preventing Armageddon
Preventing World War III – A Psychological Perspective
Producing Change in an Adversary
Professional Intervention in Divorce
Psychological Aspects of Ethno-Political Conflict
Psychological Consequences of Different Forms of Social Organization
Psychological Mistakes and International Affairs
Psychological Roots of Moral Exclusion
Reactions to Evaluations by Others as Influences by Self-Evaluators
Reconciliation after Destructive Intergroup Conflict
Recurrent Themes in the Study of Social Conflict
Reflections on Some Experimental Studies of Interpersonal Conflict
Research on the Effects of Training in Conflict Resolution and Cooperation
Resolving Conflicts at Work
Resolving Conflicts on the Job
Self-Direction in Learning as the Goal of Teaching
Series Research in Social Psychology
Sixty Years of Conflict
Social Discrimination on the Basis of Category Membership
Social Psychology’s Contributions to the Study of Conflict Resolution
Social Relations in the Classroom and Grading Procedures
Socially Relevant Research – Comments on Applied versus Basic Research
Socially Relevant Science – Reflections on Some Studies of Interpersonal Conflict
Some Comments on the Current Status of American Social Psychology
Some Consideration Relevant to National Policy
Some Guidelines for Developing a Creative Approach to Conflict
Some Possible Applications of Social Psychology to an Operating Company
Some Psychological Aspects of Social Interaction
Strategies of Including Cooperation
Strategies of Including Cooperation: Experimental Studies
Students’ Experiences in Behavior Settings of Large and Small High Schools
Subjective Features of Conflict Resolution – Psychological, Social, and Cultural
Techniques of Inducing Cooperation Between Adversaries
Tendencies to Compete and To Attache as a Function of Inspection, Incentive, and Available Alternatives
The Approach of Gestalt Theory
The Assessment of Conflict Resolution Programs
The Case for Equality – Research Results from the Laboratory and the Workplace
The Civilized Roots of Human Destructiveness
The Constructive Management of Conflict
The Dimensions of Interpersonal Relationships
The Directions of Behavior: A Field-Theoretical Approach to the Understanding of Inconsistencies
The Effect of Motivational Orientation upon Trust and Suspicion
The Effect of Public Policy in Housing Projects upon Interracial Attitudes
The Effect of Threat upon Interpersonal Bargaining
The Effects of Cooperation and Competition upon Group Process
The Effects of Different Group Reward Systems
The Effects of Locking Oneself in During a Game of Chicken
The Effects of Role-reversal During the Discussion of Opposing Viewpoints
The Effects of Similarity and Sharing on Behavior in a PD Game
The Effects of Size of Conflict and Sex of Experimenter Upon Interpersonal Bargaining
The Effects of Training in Cooperative Learning and Conflict Resolution in an Alternative High School
The Effects of Victimization on Reactions to Other Victims
The Face of Bargaining
The Interplay Between Internal and External Conflict
The Interpretation of Praise and Criticism as a Function of Their Social Context
The Lessons of the Teachers’ Strike
The Malignant (Spiral) Process of Hostile Interaction
The Mediation of Inter-Ethnic Conflict
The Pathetic Fallacy – An Observer Error in Social Perception
The Prevention of World Way II – A Psychological Perspective
The Prevention of World War III – A Psychological Perspective
The Psychological Consequences of Different Forms of Social Organization (1987-1989)
The Resolution of Conflict
The Role of Clergy in Divorce: My Exploration Survey
The Role of Theory in Social Psychology
The Social-Psychological Study of Conflict Rejoinder to a Critique
Theorizing in Social Psychology
Toward an Understanding of Conflict
Trust and Suspicion
Trust, Trustworthiness, and the F Scale
Two Important but Neglected Ideas for Social Psychology as They Relate to Social Justice
Undoing Nuclear Insanity – A Psychological Perspective
Vietnam and the State of World War III – Some Psychological Parallels
What is Political Psychology
What Would Lewin Think about the Current Status of Social Psychology
William James – The First Peace Psychologist

 

 

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