Dave Sloggett

Advanced Research and Assessment Group, The United Kingdom Defence Academy

Dave Sloggett is an independent consultant and social psychologist supporting the development of influence doctrine in the United Kingdom and NATO. His studies focus on the societal landscapes of Somalia and Afghanistan and their impact upon the way in which narratives have to be developed to secure the consent of the people to military interventions. He holds the post of Adjunct Professor at the Behavioural Dynamics Institute and is also a Research Associate at the United Kingdom Defence Academy and at York University. He lectures to the Senior Command and PSYOPS Courses for NATO and also supports study days for United Kingdom forces deploying to Afghanistan. In the course of his duties he has visited Iraq, Kosovo and Afghanistan and he has been a frequent contributor to journals such as IOSphere; writing articles on the development of influence and the applications of insights from contemporary research in social psychology. He earned his Ph.D. in 1991 at the University of Cranfield and is a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

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