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Judith Pizarro Andersen, PhD, Paula Maria Di Nota, PhD, Brett Beston, PhD, Evelyn Carol Boychuk, MSc,
Harri Gustafsberg, PhD, Steven Poplawski, BA, and Joseph Arpaia, MD
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Performing under stress. Evidence-based training for police resilience. RCMP Gazette. 79(1).
Andersen, J. P., Gustafsberg, H., Collins, P., Poplawski, S., King., E. (2017).
The Science Behind De-escalation and Use of Force Decision-Making: Policy Recommendations for Police Training. Submitted to Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, June 2017. (in press).
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