A Department of Homeland Security Emeritus 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

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Publications

Publication Title Publication Date START Authorssort descending Type Research Areas Regions
Toward a Model of Terrorist Behavior in Hostage-Taking Incidents August 2000 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article
The Psychology of Terrorist Hostage Taking March 2003 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter
Understanding the ‘War on Terrorism’: Responses to 11th September 2001 January 2006 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article
Targeting Strategies in Single-Issue Bomb Attacks January 2016 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
The Role of Group Processes in Terrorism August 2012 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter Violent Groups and Movements
Apparent intended lethality: Toward a model of intent to harm in terrorist bomb attacks April 2013 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article Terrorism and Society North America
Terrorist behavior in hostage taking: Policy issues and research directions October 2006 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter Crime and Terrorism
When terrorists target schools: An exploratory analysis of attacks on educational institutions June 2013 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Terrorist Hostage-taking April 2018 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter Terrorism and Society Global
Terrorism Research: Current Issues and Debates September 2017 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter Terrorism and Society
Geotargeted Alerts and Warnings March 2017 Wood, Michele Book Chapter Risk Communication Global
An Evaluation of Displacement and Diffusion Effects on Eco-Terrorist Activities After Police Interventions October 2017 Yang, Sue-Ming Journal Article Counterterrorism Global
Women in the White Supremacist Movement July 2017 Yates, Elizabeth Book Chapter Individual Behavior, Radical Beliefs and Behavior North America
The Place of Race in Conservative and Far-Right Movements January 2015 Yates, Elizabeth Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements North America
Contextualizing Disengagement: How Exit Barriers Shape the Pathways Out of Far-Right Extremism in the United States May 2020 Yates, Elizabeth; Jensen, Michael; James, Patrick Journal Article Disengagement North America
Tyrants and Terrorism: Why Some Autocrats are Terrorized While Others are Not September 2014 Young, Joseph Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
State Capacity and Terrorism: A Two-Dimensional Approach May 2014 Young, Joseph Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global
Protestors, Terrorists or Something Else? How to Think about Dissident Groups October 2019 Young, Joseph Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements
Lying About Terrorism April 2014 Young, Joseph Journal Article Terrorism and Society, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global
Geographical Approaches in the Study of Terrorism May 2019 Young, Joseph Book Chapter Terrorism and Society
Choosing to Fight, Choosing to Die: Examining How ISIS Foreign Fighters Select Their Operational Roles July 2020 Young, Joseph Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements, Individual Behavior Middle East and North Africa
Tortured Logic: Why Some Americans Support the Use of Torture in Counterterrorism July 2020 Young, Joseph Book Counterterrorism
Transnational Volunteers: American Foreign Fighters Combating the Islamic State April 2020 Young, Joseph Journal Article Individual Behavior Middle East and North Africa
Morality, Efficacy, and Targeted Assassination as a Policy Tool January 2017 Young, Joseph Journal Article Counterterrorism Global
Repression, Education, and Politically Motivated Cyberattacks August 2016 Young, Joseph; Asal, Victor Journal Article Terrorism and Society Global

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