Peter T Coleman
Peter T Coleman
Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University
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TitleCited byYear
The handbook of conflict resolution: Theory and practice
M Deutsch, PT Coleman, EC Marcus
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Intractable conflict
JS Goldman, PT Coleman
Characteristics of protracted, intractable conflict: Toward the development of a metaframework-I
PT Coleman
Peace and Conflict: Journal of peace psychology 9 (1), 1-37, 2003
Rethinking intractable conflict: The perspective of dynamical systems
RR Vallacher, PT Coleman, A Nowak, L Bui-Wrzosinska
Conflict, Interdependence, and Justice, 65-94, 2011
Intractable conflict as an attractor: A dynamical systems approach to conflict escalation and intractability
PT Coleman, RR Vallacher, A Nowak, L Bui-Wrzosinska
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (11), 1454-1475, 2007
The handbook of conflict resolution: Theory and practice
PT Coleman, M Deutsch, EC Marcus
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
The five percent: Finding solutions to seemingly impossible conflicts
P Coleman
Public Affairs, 2011
Conflict, complexity, and change: A meta-framework for addressing protracted, intractable conflicts—III
PT Coleman
Peace and Conflict 12 (4), 325-348, 2006
Paradigmatic framing of protracted, intractable conflict: Toward the development of a meta-framework-II
PT Coleman
Peace and Conflict 10 (3), 197-235, 2004
Intractable conflict as an attractor: Presenting a dynamical model of conflict, escalation, and intractability
PT Coleman, R Vallacher, A Nowak, L Bue Ngoc
IACM 18th Annual Conference, 2005
Something of value: The introduction of contingency management interventions into the New York City Health and Hospital Addiction Treatment Service
SH Kellogg, M Burns, P Coleman, M Stitzer, JB Wale, ...
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 28 (1), 57-65, 2005
Introduction: Intractable conflict: New perspectives on the causes and conditions for change
B Gray, PT Coleman, LL Putnam
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (11), 1415-1429, 2007
Implicit Theories of Organizational Power and Priming Effects on Managerial Power‐Sharing Decisions: An Experimental Study1
PT Coleman
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 34 (2), 297-321, 2004
Protracted conflicts as dynamical systems
PT Coleman, L Bui-Wrzosinska, RR Vallacher, A Nowak
The negotiator’s fieldbook: The desk reference for the experienced …, 2006
Dynamics of two-actor cooperation–competition conflict models
LS Liebovitch, V Naudot, R Vallacher, A Nowak, L Bui-Wrzosinska, ...
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 387 (25), 6360-6378, 2008
Getting down to basics: A situated model of conflict in social relations
PT Coleman, KG Kugler, L Bui‐Wrzosinska, A Nowak, R Vallacher
Negotiation Journal 28 (1), 7-43, 2012
A systematic approach to evaluating the effects of collaborative negotiation training on individuals and groups
PT Coleman, YYJ Lim
Negotiation Journal 17 (4), 363-392, 2001
Conflict, identity, and resilience: Negotiating collective identities within the Israeli and Palestinian diasporas
PT Coleman, JK Lowe
Conflict Resolution Quarterly 24 (4), 377-412, 2007
Some guidelines for developing a creative approach to conflict.
PT Coleman, M Deutsch
Jossey-Bass, 2000
Redefining ripeness: A social-psychological perspective
PT Coleman
Peace and conflict 3 (1), 81-103, 1997
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