Dr. Yael Lieber

Dr. Yael Lieber holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in School Psychology from Tulane University in New Orleans (U.S.), and a B.A. – Highest Honors in Psychology from the University of Rhode Island (U.S.), with her research – subsequently published in both journals and at conferences – emphasizing problem sets stemming from exposure to community violence within a developmental psychological perspective. She recently served as a licensed psychologist in Canberra, Australia, a role that built upon her several years of applied experience in clinical, hospital and school settings. Near-recently, Yael functioned as a statistical analyst at U.S. Special Operations Command’s Joint Military Information Support Command, where she analyzed complex psychological operations datasets across all of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Combatant Commands.

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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

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History

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