This document provides a bibliography on the psychology of terrorism.
This document presents a comprehensive bibliography of the original 2004 work, Psychology of Terrorism authored by Randy Borum which analyzes key findings on the psychology of terrorism. This bibliography contains more than 300 bibliographic entries and consists of three types of annotations: (1) author’s abstract--an abstract of the work as provided by the author; (2) editor’s annotation--an annotation written by the editor of the bibliography; and (3) key quote summary--an annotation composed of “key quotes” from the original work, edited for a cogent overview of its main points. The bibliography was formulated by searching a series of major academic databases and focusing on locating professional social science literature on psychology and terrorism.
- Ethnoracial Differences in Past Year Victimization Rates for a National Sample of Gender and Sexual Minority Adolescents
- Applying an empirically derived effect size distribution to benchmark the practical magnitude of interventions to reduce recidivism in the USA
- “You feed and water a rose bush and eventually it blossoms”: Constructions of self-transformation among mental health court defendants.