Fighting the invisible enemy : understanding the effects of conditioning on young people / by Terrence Webster-Doyle ; [illustrated by Rod Cameron].Material type: TextSeries: Webster-Doyle, Terrence, Education for peace series: Publisher: Ojai, Calif. : Atrium Publications, c1990Description: 164 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 0942941195Subject(s): Conflict (Psychology) -- Juvenile literature | Interpersonal conflict -- Juvenile literature | War -- Psychological aspects -- Juvenile literature | Peace -- Psychological aspects -- Juvenile literature | Conditioned response -- Juvenile literature | Fighting (Psychology) | Conditioned response | War -- Psychological aspects | Conflict managementDDC classification: 155.9/2 LOC classification: BF637.I48 | W43 1990Summary: Explains what conditioning is, how we are conditioned, effects of conditioning, and how to get free of conditioning.
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Explains what conditioning is, how we are conditioned, effects of conditioning, and how to get free of conditioning.
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