Norman F. Dixon
Norman Frank Dixon, M.B.E. (1922–2013) was a British psychologist most noted for his 1976 book On the Psychology of Military Incompetence. During the WWII, Dixon achieved the rank of Lieutenant under the regiment of the Corps of Royal Engineers (North West Europe, 1944–45), for which he was awarded an M.B.E.
- Dixon, Norman F. (1987). Our Own Worst Enemy. Jonathan Cape.
- Dixon, Norman F. (1976). On the psychology of military incompetence. New York, Basic Books.
- Dixon, Norman F. (1981). Preconscious processing. Chichester, Wiley
- Dixon, Norman F. (1971). Subliminal perception; the nature of a controversy. London, McGraw-Hill.
- "Search results: Norman Dixon". The National Archives. Retrieved 4 August 2017.
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- Random House: Norman F. Dixon (Accessed April 2014)
- Penner, Donald D. (1981) Book Review: on the Psychology of Military Incompetence.Administrative Science Quarterly. 26.2 : 307-310. Print.
- PJSCP: Book Reviews (1977) British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, v16 n3 September: 289-293
- Mileham, Patrick. (2002) On the Psychology of Military Incompetence. Defense and Security Analysis. 18.2: 185-187. Print.
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