Fathali M. Moghaddam Georgetown University, USA, Canada
Fathali Moghaddam is Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, and the editor of Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
(a quarterly journal published by the American Psychological Association). Dr. Moghaddam was born in Iran, was educated from an early age in England, and worked for the United Nations and for McGill University before joining Georgetown in 1990. He returned to Iran in the "spring of revolution" in 1979 and was researching there during the hostage-taking crisis and the early years of the Iran-Iraq war. He has conducted experimental and field research in numerous cultural contexts and published extensively on radicalization, intergroup conflict, human rights and duties, the psychology of dictatorship and democracy, and causal explanations. He has received a number of prestigious academic awards, and his most recent books include The Psychology of Democracy
(2016), The Psychology of Dictatorship
(2013), and Questioning Causality: Scientific Explorations of Cause and Consequence Across Social Contexts
(2016, with Rom Harré).