Mother-to-Child Transmission of AIDS: A Problem of International Psychology — July 31, 1998
This article describes international psychological phenomena that may be implicated in the identification, prevention, and management of mother-to-child transmission of AIDS.
Peace Psychologists: Necessarily Complicit in Political Violence? — July 31, 1998
This article presents an argument that the basic and applied research of peace psychologists does not attenuate but contributes to violent political conflict.
This article describes complexities of the construct of personality and their implications for psychological profiles, background investigations, and intelligence agent preassessment and evaluation.
Trends. A Post-Postmodern Terrorism: Examples from Colombia and Spain — July 31, 1998
The author discusses basic concepts of terrorism.
Trends. Rape as Terrorism: Difficulties in Criminal Justice Adjudication — July 31, 1998
The article focuses on psychological complexities in successfully adjudicating allegations of terrorist rape--i.e., rape committed intentionally to achieve formal political objectives.