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D. Alan Johnson

Adjunct Instructor


Doctorate, Philosophy in International Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, 2021
M.A., Diplomacy, Norwich University, 2015
B.S., Psychology, Brigham Young University, 2008

Research Interests

Psychology of Terrorism; Counterterrorism; Counterintelligence; Acculturation; Strategic Culture

Publications and Media Placements

Johnson, D.A. (2017). Offensive counterintelligence: Using psychology to sabotage social bonds in terrorist organizations. In C.E. Stout (Eds.) Terrorism, political violence, and extremism: New psychology to understand, face, and defuse the threat (pp.175–197). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. 

Johnson, D.A. (2021). Thai migrant perceptions of the Suinn-Lew asian self-identity scale [Doctoral Thesis, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology]. Proquest Dissertations. 

Honors and Awards

Adjunct Professor of the Year – Saint Louis University, 2016
Bronze Star - Awarded for meritorious service in Afghanistan, 2011, 2018

Professional Organizations and Associations

American Psychological Association; APA Division 52 (International Psychology); Military Officers Association of America
Air Force Association