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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Psychology" / 2021 № 3.


A.I. Petrenko

NEUTRALIZING THE INTENTIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2021, no. 3, pp. 145-156.


UDC Index: 316.6

Date of publication: 01.09.2021 Page: 145 - 156

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Aim. Analysis of psychological factors and tools aimed at neutralizing the destructive effect on the psyche. Proposals for the organization of counter-defamation programs.
Methodology. A specific example of organizing a foil of a psychological operations plan is considered. Analysis of destructive content (fake) materials has been carried out. The study used methods of included observation, generalization, content analysis and interpretation of the results.
Results. The patterns of psychological operations have been defined. The ways to neutralize their destructive influence are shown.
Research implications. The results of the study contribute to the theory and practice of counteracting psychological operations.

Key words

psychological operations, counter-defamation programs, conditions of effectiveness of counteracting psychological operations, fakes, psychological impact, behavior programming

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