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



Publication Title Publication Datesort ascending START Authors Type Research Areas Regions
First Aid Training and Capabilities of the Lay Public: Potential Alternative Sources of Emergency Medical Assistance Following Natural Disasters January 2005 Bourque, Linda Journal Article Resilience North America
"Counterterrorism in Retrospect: Chronicle of a War Foretold," November 2004 Crenshaw, Martha Book Chapter Terrorism and Society, Counterterrorism North America
Terror's Epistemic Consquences March 2004 Kruglanski, Arie Book Chapter Terrorism and Society, Violent Groups and Movements Global
How Does Studying Terrorism Compare to Studying Crime? January 2004 LaFree, Gary; Dugan, Laura Book Chapter Terrorism and Society, Crime and Terrorism Global
The Psychology of Terrorist Hostage Taking March 2003 Wilson, Margaret Book Chapter
Religion and Politics in the Developing World: Explosive Interactions July 2002 Mainuddin, Rolin Book Violent Groups and Movements, Radical Beliefs and Behavior Global
The Psychology of Terrorism October 2001 McCauley, Clark Op-ed Violent Groups and Movements, Countering Violent Extremism North America
What do Terrorists Want? January 2001 McCauley, Clark Journal Article Violent Groups and Movements
Toward a Model of Terrorist Behavior in Hostage-Taking Incidents August 2000 Wilson, Margaret Journal Article
A Study of Crisis January 2000 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan Book Violent Groups and Movements Global


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