Thursday, December 30, 2010

Laurie Manwell on Psychological Resistance to 9/11 Truth

Laurie Manwell on Psychological Resistance to 9/11 Truth
December 30th, 2010

Tod Fletcher takes a critical look at 9/11, puts the attacks in context, and updates us with the latest research news. Today's show will feature an interview with 9/11 truth activist Laurie Manwell (Ph.D. Candidate in behavioral neuroscience and toxicology at the University of Guelph). Discussing the results of her research into the many reasons for the intense psychological resistance to 9/11 truth, and her positive strategies to present our information in ways that minimize denial and negative reactions. Also Tod interviews Derek from Kitchener Truth about his activism techniques and results.

Publications by Laurie Manwell:
"Faulty Towers of Belief: Part I: Demolishing the Iconic Psychological Barriers to 9/11 Truth"

"Faulty Towers of Belief: Part II: Rebuilding the Road to Freedom of Reason"

"In Denial of Democracy: Social Psychological Implications for Public Discourse on State Crimes Against Democracy Post-9/11"American Behavioral Scientist: 53(6) 848-884

Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice
State Crimes Against Democracy (SCAD)

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