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

Publications

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Crisis Management Support for the Public and Private Sectors Devin Ellis Project Fact Sheet Resilience
Crisis managers but not conflict resolvers: Mediating ethnic intrastate conflict in Africa Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Victor Asal Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements Sub-Saharan Africa
Critical Events in the Life Trajectories of Domestic Extremist White Supremacist Groups Joshua Freilich, Steven Chermak Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements North America
Cross-Agency Evaluation of DoD, VA, and HHS Mental Health Public Awareness Campaigns Elizabet Petrun Sayers Report Individual Behavior
Cross-Classified Multilevel Models: An Application to the Criminal Case Processing of Indicted Terrorists Brian Johnson Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Cross-Milieu Terrorist Collaboration: Using Game Theory to Assess the Risk of a Novel Threat Gary Ackerman, Jun Zhuang Journal Article Counterterrorism Global
Cross-National Patterns of Terrorism: Comparing Trajectories for Total, Attributed and Fatal Attacks, 1970-2006 Gary LaFree, Laura Dugan Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Cry Wolf Effect? Evaluating the Impact of False Alarms on Public Responses to Tornado Alerts in the Southeastern United States Brooke Liu, Michael Egnoto Journal Article North America
Cues to Catching Deception in Interviews: A Brief Overview Gary Ackerman START Reports Individual Behavior Global
Cultivating Trust and Perceptions of Source Credibility in Online Counternarratives Intended to Reduce Support for Terrorism Kurt Braddock Journal Article Countering Violent Extremism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global
Cultural Evolutionary Mismatches in Response to Collective Threat Michele Gelfand Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism Global
Cumulative Disruptions: Interdependency and Commitment Escalation as Mechanisms of Illicit Network Failure Brandon Behlendorf Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements
Current Evidence for Selecting Disaster Interventions for Children and Adolescents Betty Pfefferbaum Journal Article Resilience Global
Cut from the Same Cloth? A Comparative Study of Domestic Extremists and Gang Members in the United States David C. Pyrooz, Gary LaFree, Patrick James, Scott H. Decker Journal Article Crime and Terrorism, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
CVE Field Principles for Local Government Agencies Alejandro Beutel Discussion Point Countering Violent Extremism North America
CVE: An Idea Whose Time Has Come William Braniff Discussion Point Countering Violent Extremism
Cyber-Dependent Crimes: An Interdisciplinary Review David Maimon Journal Article Crime and Terrorism Global
Cyber-Sophistication Assessment Methodology for Public-Facing Terrorist Web Sites Gina Scott Ligon Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements Global
Data-Driven System Identification of the Social Network Dynamics in Online Postings of an Extremist Group Joshua Freilich, Steven Chermak Conference Paper Terrorism and Society Global
Days of Rage: Introducing the NAVCO 3.0 Dataset Erica Chenoweth Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements Global
De-constituting al-Qa’ida: CCO theory and the decline and dissolution of hidden organizations Hamilton Bean Journal Article
Deadlier in the U.S.? On Lone Wolves, Terrorist Groups, and Attack Lethality Brian Phillips Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Individual Behavior Global
Deadly Clerics: Blocked Ambition and the Paths to Jihad. By Richard A. Nielsen. Mohammed Hafez Book Review Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global
Death in a Small Package: A Short History of Anthrax Susan Jones Book Chemical and Biological Threats Global
Debates among Salafi Muslims about use of violence Alejandro Beutel, William Braniff START Reports Violent Groups and Movements, Countering Violent Extremism Global