Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression

Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression aims to address the complex causation and effects of terrorist activity by bringing together timely, consistently scientifically and theoretically sound papers addressing terrorism from a behavioral science perspective (encompassing biological, evolutionary, developmental, ecological, personality, social, military, and neuroscience approaches to psychology).

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