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Lissa Johnson

Lissa Johnson
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Dr. Lissa Johnson is an independent researcher who writes about the psychological aspects of public affairs, psychological operations, human rights abuse, citizenship, and the exercise and abuse of power. Her qualifications include undergraduate degrees in media studies and in behavioural science, with an honours thesis in neuroimmunology, an MA in clinical psychology, and a PhD on the psychological processes involved in manipulating reality-perception. She has written extensively on the persecution of Julian Assange and the war on Wikileaks. Her work has appeared in The Lancet, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Canberra Times, WAtoday, and New Matilda, among others. From 2003, Lissa began a practice in clinical psychology and in 2023 relinquished her psychologist registration due to repressive health practitioner legislation. In 2024, she stepped down as Director, exiting the health profession. Her current focus is on the social-psychological aspects of the Covid era, the role of military-intelligence agencies, and transhumanism.