Using effective psychological techniques to subvert a US sociopolitical context

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e169 (2023)
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Chater & Loewenstein argue for a shift in focus from individual- to structural-level approaches to societal ills. This is valid and important but overlooks the barriers inherent in the current US partisan context. Psychology can be applied to help people of mixed allyship join together, to effectively and quickly force institutions and corporations to accept structural change.



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