Arlin J. Benjamin Jr. is a social psychologist at University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. In his research, he applies social psychological theories of aggression to help understand how torture and genocide happen. He is the author of “Human aggression and violence: Understanding torture from a psychological perspective,” published in National Social Science Journal in 2006.
|Categories||education, Environment, Science & health, Society & culture|
|Locations||Arkansas, United States of America|