1978 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
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The Roots of Evil: The Origins of Genocide and Other Group Violence
On the Varieties of National Attachment: Blind Versus Constructive Patriotism
Robert T. Schatz;Ervin Staub;Howard G Lavine.
Political Psychology (1999)
Altruism born of suffering: the roots of caring and helping after victimization and other trauma
Ervin Staub;Johanna Vollhardt.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (2008)
Positive social behavior and morality
Healing, Reconciliation, Forgiving and the Prevention of Violence after Genocide or Mass Killing: An Intervention and Its Experimental Evaluation in Rwanda
Ervin Staub;Laurie Anne Pearlman;Alexandra Gubin;Athanase Hagengimana.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2005)
Reconciliation after Genocide, Mass Killing, or Intractable Conflict: Understanding the Roots of Violence, Psychological Recovery, and Steps toward a General Theory
Political Psychology (2006)
Self-control and predictability: Their effects on reactions to aversive stimulation.
Ervin Staub;Bernard Tursky;Gary E. Schwartz.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1971)
The Psychology of Good and Evil: Why Children, Adults, and Groups Help and Harm Others
Helping a Distressed Person: Social, Personality, and Stimulus Determinants
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (1974)
Positive Social Behavior and Morality: Socialization and Development
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