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John Horgan
John Horgan
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Psychology, Georgia State
Verified email at gsu.edu
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The Psychology of Terrorism Second Edition
J Horgan
Routledge, 2014
1727*2014
Introduction
J Horgan, T BJØRGO
Leaving Terrorism Behind, 19-32, 2008
1351*2008
From Profiles to Pathways and Roots to Routes: Perspectives from Psychology on Radicalization into Terrorism
J Horgan
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 618 (1 …, 2008
9942008
Walking away from terrorism: accounts of disengagement from radical and extremist movements
J Horgan
Routledge, 2009
9442009
Leaving terrorism behind
T Bjørgo, J Horgan
Individual and collective, 2009
7702009
Bombing Alone: Tracing the Motivations and Antecedent Behaviors of Lone-Actor Terrorists
P Gill, J Horgan, P Deckert
Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2013
7472013
Rehabilitating the Terrorists?: Challenges in Assessing the Effectiveness of De-radicalization programs
J Horgan, K Braddock
Terrorism and Political Violence 22 (2), 267-291, 2010
6812010
Understanding deradicalization: Methods, tools and programs for countering violent extremism
D Koehler, J Horgan
Routledge, 2016
5182016
A conceptual framework for addressing psychological process in the development of the terrorist
M Taylor, J Horgan
Terrorism and political violence 18 (4), 585-601, 2006
4182006
The search for the terrorist personality
J Horgan
Terrorists, victims and society: Psychological perspectives on terrorism and …, 2003
3492003
Deradicalization or disengagement? A process in need of clarity and a counterterrorism initiative in need of evaluation
J Horgan
Perspectives on Terrorism 2 (4), 3-8, 2008
3202008
Turning away from terrorism: Lessons from psychology, sociology, and criminology
MB Altier, CN Thoroughgood, JG Horgan
Journal of peace research 51 (5), 647-661, 2014
3042014
Terrorist use of the Internet by the numbers: Quantifying behaviors, patterns, and processes
P Gill, E Corner, M Conway, A Thornton, M Bloom, J Horgan
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (1), 99-117, 2017
2962017
Towards a guide for constructing and disseminating counternarratives to reduce support for terrorism
K Braddock, J Horgan
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 39 (5), 381-404, 2016
2782016
Individual disengagement: A psychological analysis
J Horgan
Leaving terrorism behind, 17-29, 2008
1882008
Malevolent Creativity in Terrorist Organizations
P Gill, J Horgan, S Hunter, L Cushenbery
The Journal of Creative Behavior, 2013
1812013
Why they leave: An analysis of terrorist disengagement events from eighty-seven autobiographical accounts
MB Altier, E Leonard Boyle, ND Shortland, JG Horgan
Security Studies 26 (2), 305-332, 2017
1732017
Interviewing the terrorists: Reflections on fieldwork and implications for psychological research
J Horgan
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 4 (3), 195-211, 2012
1732012
The provisional Irish republican army: Command and functional structure
J Horgan, M Taylor
Terrorism and Political Violence 9 (3), 1-32, 1997
1651997
A case against ‘critical terrorism studies’
J Horgan, MJ Boyle
Critical Studies on Terrorism 1 (1), 51-64, 2008
1592008
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