Dr. Paul Lieber

Dr. Paul Lieber holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in Mass Communication (and Public Affairs) from Louisiana State University (U.S.), and a B.S. – Magna Cum Laude – in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University (U.S.). Paul’s widely published research emphasis mirrors his several years professional practice in global strategic communication, centered on creating valid, predictive models of persuasion within interactive and/or advanced technology environments. He recently served as the Strategic Communications Advisor to Special Operations Command – Australia, preceded by stints as the Command Writer for U.S. Special Operations Command, head of information operations research for U.S. Central Command, and on the faculties of the University of Canberra (Australia), University of South Carolina (U.S.) and Emerson College (U.S.), respectively.

Mission & Vision

The goal of the BDI has been to assemble and assimilate the full extent of creative and scientific knowledge on group behaviour and the dynamics of change. Read more

About Our Research

BDI has worked on projects across the world. For a sample of projects which BDI has either led or consulted on, click here.

Members

The BDI's global network of expert members share their research and their wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge and experience. Read more

History

The Behavioural Dynamics Institute (BDI) was founded in 1989 and was formed out of the Behavioural Dynamics Working Group. Read more