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

Publications

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Knowing is Half the Battle: How Education Decreases the Fear of Terrorism Peter Krause Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Radicalization in the Ranks Michael Jensen, Sheehan Kane START Reports Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior, Crime and Terrorism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Terrorism Open Source Databases Gary LaFree Book Chapter Crime and Terrorism
Helping Veterans Thrive: The Importance of Peer Support in Preventing Domestic Violent Extremism William Braniff Congressional Testimony Countering Violent Extremism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Anti-Muslim Terrorism in the United States Erin Miller, Sheehan Kane Research Brief Terrorism and Society North America
Assessing the Non-Profit Security Grant Program After Colleyville Alejandro Beutel Report Resilience
The Paradox of the Heavy-handed Insurgent: Public Support for the Taliban Among Afghan Pashtuns. Arie Kruglanski Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Crime and Terrorism Central Asia, South Asia
Proud Boys Crimes and Characteristics Michael Jensen, Sheehan Kane Research Brief Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Alternative Scales of Extremism: The Relationship Between Scale and Predictive Measures of Extremism in the United States Marcus A. Boyd, Samuel D. Henkin START Reports Crime and Terrorism North America
Far-Right Nativism: Its Geopolitical Effects and Its Future in North America and Europe Alejandro Beutel Report Violent Groups and Movements Eastern Europe, North America, Western Europe
Intersections of Illicit Trafficking and Counterfeit Parts Workshop Marcus A. Boyd Report Violent Groups and Movements
TOC as a Growing Threat to Regional, Global Security Marcus A. Boyd, Samuel D. Henkin Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Crime and Terrorism Global
Influence-to-Action Model Development: A Tool to Assess the Impact of Foreign Influence Operations Steve Sin, Rhyner Washburn, Megan Rutter START Reports Individual Behavior North America
Escalation Management in the Gray Zone Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Egle Murauskaite START Reports Violent Groups and Movements Global
In the Shadow of 9/11: How the Study of Political Extremism Has Reshaped Criminology Gary LaFree Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism North America
Divergent Dimensions of Radicalization Risk: Migration and Violent Extremism in Sabah Report Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Individual Behavior, Crime and Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism Southeast Asia
QAnon-inspired Violence in the United States: An Empirical Assessment of a Misunderstood Threat Michael Jensen, Sheehan Kane Journal Article Crime and Terrorism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
Dynamic Dimensions of Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Sabah, Malaysia Samuel D. Henkin Report Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements, Individual Behavior, Crime and Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Countering Violent Extremism Southeast Asia
Barriers to Special Operations Forces-Led Counterterrorism Effectiveness Barnett S. Koven, Katy Lindquist Book Counterterrorism
The Preparedness of Frontline Responders During COVID-19 Nathan Meehan Research Brief Resilience, Risk Communication North America
COVID-19 Vaccination Information & Uptake Nathan Meehan Research Brief Resilience, Risk Communication North America
Updates: Morale and Mental Health Madeline Romm Research Brief Resilience, Risk Communication North America
Communication during COVID-19: Challenges Madeline Romm Research Brief Resilience, Risk Communication North America
Cultural Evolutionary Mismatches in Response to Collective Threat Michele Gelfand Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism Global
Masters of Both: Balancing the Extremes of Innovation Through Tight–Loose Ambidexterity Michele Gelfand Book Chapter Individual Behavior Global