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2008/2009

 

Bui-Wrzosinska, L., Nowak, A., Coleman, P.T., Cichocka, A., Formanowicz, M., Tan, R.Y. (2008). Identifying Trajectories in Conflict: Presenting a Research Paradigm for the Study of Conflict Reaction Patterns Over Time. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Coleman (2008). Attracted to conflict or peace? A dynamical-system’s approach to the study of constructive engagement in seemingly intractable conflicts. Invited presentation at an international research conference Understanding Conflicts: Cross-Cultural Perspectives at The University of Aarhus, Denmark, August, 2008.

 

Coleman, P. (2008). Suppose we took peace seriously? A dynamical-systems approach to the study of peace. Invited paper presentation at the 2008 conference of Division 48 of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 2008.

 

Coleman, P. T., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., Nowak, A. (2008) Toward a dynamical model of power and conflict. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Coleman, P. T., Kugler, K, Musallam, N., Mitchenson, A., and Chung, C. (2008). The view from above and below: The effects of power asymmetries and interdependence on conflict dynamics and outcomes. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Coleman, P. T., Fisher-Yoshida, B., Jones, T., Katz-Jameson, J., Bartoli, A., and Musallam, N. (2008). Complexity, change, and conflict: Practical applications of dynamical systems theory to difficult conflicts. Practice symposium presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Jochemczyk, L, Nowak, A. (2008). Dynamical Negotiation Networks: Model of Constructing a Shared Reality in Negotiation. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Liebovitch, L., Vallacher, R. R., Michaels, J., & Naudot, V. (2009, February). “Can equations tell us something about people in conflict?” In symposium: Attracted to conflict: Malignant social relations as a dynamical system. Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, FL. (Accepted).

 

Nowak, A., Deutsch, M., Solomon, S. (2008) From Crude Law to Precise Formalism: Identifying the Essence of Conflict Intractability. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2008) Latent and Visible Changes in Conflict Processes: Application of Network Tools for Tracking Potential Conflict Dynamics. workshop presented at the 21st Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management in Chicago, IL, July, 2008.

 

Vallacher, R. R. & Sullivan, S. D. (2008, July). “The emergence scenario in conflict transformation.” In symposium: Stereotypes. International Association for Conflict Management, Chicago.

 

Vallacher. R. (2009, February). Chair, symposium: Attracted to conflict: Malignant social relations as a dynamical system. Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, FL. (Accepted).

 

 

Vallacher, R. R. & Sullivan, S. (2009, February). “Who’s to blame? Deconstruction and emergence in judgments of conflict scenarios.” In symposium: Attracted to conflict: Malignant social relations as a dynamical system. Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, FL. (Accepted)

2006/2007

 

Coleman, P. T. (2007). Dynamical systems theory and conflict: From theory to practice. Invited presentation at The Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland, October 2007.

 

Coleman, P. T. (2007). Is any conflict intractable? Effective approaches to dealing with conflict at its worst. Invited presentation for the Association of Conflict Resolution for Greater New York, New York City, October, 2007.

Coleman, P. T., Nowak, A., Vallacher, R., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., Bartoli, A., & Musallam, N. (2007). Complexity, change, and conflict: Empirical research on the dynamics of conflict and intractability. Research symposium presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Budapest, Hungary, June 2007.

Coleman, P. T., Vallacher, R., Nowak, A., & Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2007). Intractable conflict as an attractor: Presenting a dynamical model of conflict, escalation, and intractability.  Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Budapest, Hungary, June 2007.

Coleman, P. T., Kugler, K., and Goldman, J.  (2007). The Privileges of Humiliation: The Effects of Social Roles and Norms on Immediate and Prolonged Aggression in Conflict. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Budapest, Hungary, June 2007.

Coleman, P. T. (2007) A dynamical model of power and conflict. Invited paper presentation for the 2007 Social Interdependence Theory Conference. Silverwind, MN. 

 

Liebovitch, L. S., Vallacher, R. Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., and Coleman, P. T. (2007). Dynamics of Two-Actor Cooperation-Competition Conflict Models. Presented at the International Association for Conflict Management conference, July 4, 2007, Budapest Hungary. This paper was one of three papers nominated for the best theoretical paper submitted to this conference.

Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., Jochemczyk, L., Borkovsky, W., and Coleman, P. T. (2007). Negotiating complex systemic conflicts: Introducing a dynamical tool for multi-stakeholder negotiations. Workshop presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Conflict Management Conference, Budapest, Hungary, June 2007.

Nowak, A. (2007). A Dynamical Model of Deutsch’s Crude Law of Social Relations. Invited paper presentation for the 2007 Social Interdependence Theory Conference. Silverwind, MN.