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The New York Times: What Mass Killings and Domestic Violence Have in Common


The New York Times: What Mass Killings and Domestic Violence Have in Common

June 15, 2016

START researcher, Clark McCauley, was quoted in an article from The New York Times, which was picked up by at least eleven other outlets.  McCauley studies the psychology of mass violence and terrorism, and spoke about how grievance is a common characteristic among mass killers.

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