by Robert A. Hinde, CBE
Robert A. Hinde
Professor Hinde, CBE, of Cambridge University, the distinguished author of numerous books and articles in the field of psychology, earned a Ph.D. at Oxford University in 1950. He presented a somewhat extended version of this paper at the TISS-sponsored Study of War Conference in June 1997 at Wheaton, IL.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The author is grateful to the organisers and contributors to the conference organised by the Triangle Institute of Strategic Studies, and especially to Professor Daniel J. Christie, for comments on an earlier draft. (An amended version of this article has been published in Interdisciplinary Science Reviews.)