Twenty years later, the cognitive portrait of openness to reconciliation in Rwanda

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Twenty years later, the cognitive portrait of openness to reconciliation in Rwanda

This paper intends to draw a cognitive portrait of openness to reconciliation. It establishes the importance of cognitive functioning in the aftermath of political violence: A better understanding of the influence of information processing on openness to reconciliation may help improve reconciliation policies and contribute to reducing risks of conflict reoccurrence. Our results show that higher cognitive capacity is not associated with greater openness to reconciliation.

  • Author
    Serge Caparos, Eugène Rutembesa, Sara-Valérie Giroux, Emmanuel Habimana
  • Year of publication
    2017
  • Publisher
    ResearchGate
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