Brad Olson, Ph.D. is a Community Psychologist and assistant professor at National
Louis University in Chicago, IL. He is President of Psychologists for Social
Responsibility and co-founder of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology. He will become
President-Elect of Div. 48 (Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence) of
the American Psychological Association. His research and action-related interests include
nonviolence, community organizing, and human rights. He was past chair of Divisions for
Social Justice (DSJ), a collection of 12 divisions of the APA working on social justice
issues in psychology, and has had held a wide variety of positions on the Society for
Community Research and Action (SCRA) executive board, including member-at-large and is
the co-editor of the SCRA book series on community psychology. 

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A Temporal Model of Community Organizing and Direct Action (with Judah Viola and Suzette Fromm Reed), Peace Review (2011)
 

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Increases in Tolerance within Naturalistic, Intentional Communities: A Randomized, Longitudinal Examination (with Leonard Jason), American Journal of Community Psychology (2010)
 

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Personality Development: Continuity and Change Over the Life Course (with Dan McAdams), Annual Review of Psychology (2010)
 

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The Ethics of Interrogation and the American Psychological Association (with Stephen Soldz and Martha Davis), Philosophy, Humanities, and Ethics in Medicine (2008)