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