A Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence led by the University of Maryland

A consortium of researchers dedicated to improving the understanding of the human causes and consequences of terrorism

Publications


Publications

Publication Title Publication Datesort ascending START Authors Type Research Areas Regions
An Automated Agent for Bilateral Negotiations with Bounded Rational Agents with Incomplete Information January 2006 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Journal Article
Metaphors Matter: Disaster Myths, Media Frames, and their Consequences in Hurricane Katrina January 2006 Tierney, Kathleen Journal Article North America
The Challenges of Conflict Management: A Case Study of Sri Lanka January 2006 Biswas, Bidisha Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements South Asia
Moral Hazard, Social Catastrophe: The Changing Face of Vulnerability along the Hurricane Coasts January 2006 Cutter, Susan Journal Article North America
The History of Biological Disasters with Animal Origins in North America January 2006 Ackerman, Gary Journal Article
It is Hard to Predict the Future: Evolving Nature of Threats and Vulnerabilities January 2006 Ackerman, Gary Journal Article Chemical and Biological Threats Global
Political, Religious, and Psychological Characteristics of Muslim Protest Marchers in Eight European Cities: Jerusalem Day 2002 December 2005 McCauley, Clark Journal Article Individual Behavior, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Western Europe
Psychometric Characteristics of Spanish and English Versions of the Civilian Mississippi Scale December 2005 Bourque, Linda Journal Article Resilience North America
Definitions and Concepts in Disaster Research November 2005 Norris, Fran Book Chapter
Methods for Disaster Mental Health Research November 2005 Norris, Fran Book Resilience Global
A Welcome Antidote November 2005 Crenshaw, Martha Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Have Motivations for Terrorism Changed? November 2005 Crenshaw, Martha Book Chapter Terrorism and Society Global
Community and ecological approaches to understanding and alleviating postdisaster distress November 2005 Norris, Fran Book Chapter Resilience North America
Why not kill them all? The logic and prevention of mass political murder November 2005 McCauley, Clark Book Violent Groups and Movements Global
Morbidity and mortality associated with disasters November 2005 Bourque, Linda Book Chapter
Jujitsu Politics: Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism November 2005 McCauley, Clark Book Chapter
Conclusion: Police Innovation and the Future of Policing November 2005 Weisburd, David Book Chapter Terrorism and Society Global
War Versus Justice in Response to Terrorist Attacks November 2005 McCauley, Clark Book Chapter Terrorism and Society, Counterterrorism Global
Identifying Global Terrorist Hot Spots November 2005 LaFree, Gary; Dugan, Laura Book Chapter Terrorism and Society Global
Introduction: Understanding Police Innovation November 2005 Weisburd, David Book Chapter Crime and Terrorism North America
Terrorism and the State: The Logic of Killing Civilians November 2005 McCauley, Clark Book Chapter Terrorism and Society Global
The Case of Ramzi Youssef November 2005 Ackerman, Gary Book Chapter Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior Middle East and North Africa
Holistic Disaster Recovery: Ideas for Building Local Sustainability After a Natural Disaster (1st revision). November 2005 Book Resilience North America
Mediating International Crises: Cross-National and Experimental Perspectives November 2005 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Book Chapter Disengagement Global
A framework for thinking about research on conflict resolution initiatives November 2005 Book Chapter Disengagement Global

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