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    THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF SUICIDE TERRORISM Since 1993, attempts have been made to portray Palestinian-Arab perpetrators of suicide bombings as desperate individuals understandably coping with a difficult situation, in effect, transforming the attackers into victims, and thus diminishing th
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  • Conflict management and emotional intelligence
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  • Emotional intelligence in healthcare
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  • emotional inteligence
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  • psychological factors that influency successfuk learning
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