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Political Psychology

In this subdiscipline: 2,004 papers

Discipline summary

The ongoing global transitional period have changed many facets of life, mostly to boost a healthier happier middle class. Unfortunately, even key global decision makers agreed that the change is not going to be pretty and small. We have seen the global impacts in economy finances, health, job mobilization and so on.
For months side line monitoring a discussion group on neuronal diseases when suddenly I realized that political and faith or beliefs are not just social environment factors of autism. Whatever one acts in daily life, big or small, actions are rooted from a silent sipped belief or tradition. Vice versa, human conditions remain prevalent despite modern technology and convenient life.
How health workers help shape a future society by using cognitive psychology to ensure people mentally, physically and spiritually vibrant without sacrificing the best of each culture, and still have room to expand. It means scienticized the mass (judging in justice and measurement), vice versa, reduce hypocrisy in politics so that the society simplify life instead of overanalyze it. It begins with human conditions conquer biological nature autonomic system. It proceeds with individual self-control in true democracy. It ends fair and square, where beyond rights and wrongs ensure commonwealth, while the mass respect individual rights and national values

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  3. A meta-analysis by J. T. Jost, J. Glaser, A. W. Kruglanski, and F. J. Sulloway (2003) concluded that political conservatism is partially motivated by the management of uncertainty and threat. In this reply to J. Greenberg and E. Jonas (2003),…
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