PsyDip

Psychological Diplomacy (PsyDip) is diplomacy that makes use of psychological tools, including psychological theories, research, and interventions. It is the diplomatic counterpart to Psychological Warfare (PsyWar). Whereas PsyWar uses psychology to reach military objectives, PsyDip uses psychology to reach diplomatic objectives. This blog both invents the term Psychological Diplomacy and actively explores the possibility that psychology can improve international relations.

*Disclaimer: This is an individual, non-governmental blog.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

"Ideal Qualities of a Successful Diplomat"


"Ideal Qualities of a Successful Diplomat"


http://tinyurl.com/kzwhvsz


Personality by region - U.S.A.


Study on personality by region in the U.S.A.  Would be interesting to see this kind of study on a global scale too.  Do personality differences across groups of people affect the way they interact on the state and international level?

http://science.time.com/2013/10/22/the-united-states-of-attitude-an-interactive-guide-to-americas-moods/


Saturday, March 23, 2013