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Title Psychology of terrorism / edited by Bruce Bongar ... [et al.].

Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.

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 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  363.32019 P959 2007    ---  Axe Inventory 2022
Description xviii, 492 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Psychology of terrorism: defining the need and describing the goals / Bruce Bongar -- Psychological issues in understanding terrorism and the response to terrorism / Clark McCauley -- Need for proficient mental health professionals in the study of terrorism / Larry E. Beutler ... [et al.] -- War versus justice in response to terrorist attacks: competing frames and their implications / Clark McCauley -- Staircase to terrorism: a psychological exploration / Fathali M. Moghaddam -- Terrorism and the media / Joel N. Shurkin -- What is terrorism?: key elements and history / Scott Gerwehr, Kirk Hubbard -- Psychological aspects of suicide terrorism / Ariel Merari -- Strategy of terrorism and the psychology of mass-mediated fear / James N. Breckenridge, Philip G. Zimbardo -- Role of religion, spirituality, and faith-based community in coping with acts of terrorism / Timothy A. Kelly -- Psychological consequences of actual or threatened CBRNE terrorism / Glenn R. Sullivan, Bruce Bongar -- Psychological weapons of mass disruption through vicarious classical conditioning / Dennis D. Embry -- Near- and long-term psychological effects of exposure to terrorist attacks / Susan E. Brandon, Andrew P. Silke -- Response of relief organizations to terrorist attacks: an overview of how the Red Cross and other relief organizations work in conjunction with other agencies / John A. Clizbe, Susan Hamilton -- Understanding how organizational bias influenced first responders at the World Trade Center / Joseph W. Pfeifer -- Warfare, terrorism, and psychology / L. Morgan Banks, Larry C. James -- Terrorism stress risk assessment and management / Douglas Paton, John. M. Violanti -- Evidence-based interventions for survivors of terrorism / Josef I. Ruzek, Shira Maguen, Brett T. Litz -- Neurobiological and behavioral consequences of terrorism; distinguishing normal from pathological responses, risk profiling, and optimizing resilience / Rachel Yehuda ... [et al.] -- Older adults and terrorism / Lisa M. Brown, Donna Cohen, Joy R. Kohlmaier -- Children and terrorism: a family psychoeducational approach / Maureen Underwood, John Kalafat, Nicci Spinazolla -- Cultural considerations: caring for culturally diverse communities in the aftermath of terrorist attacks / David Chiriboga -- Psychological consequences of terrorist alerts / Rose McDermott, Philip G. Zimbardo -- Defusing terrorism of terror / A.J.W. Taylor -- Psychological resilience in the face of terrorism / Lisa D. Butler, Leslie A. Morland, Gregory A. Leskin -- Promoting resilience and recovery in first responders / Richard Gist -- Integrating medical, public health, and mental health assets into a national response strategy / Dori B. Reissman, Stephan G. Reissman, Brian W. Flynn -- Reflections on the psychology of terrorism / Laura Pratchett, Lisa M. Brown, Bruce Bongar.
Subject Terrorism -- Psychological aspects.
Disasters -- Psychological aspects.
Victims of terrorism -- Mental health.
Terrorism -- psychology.
Stress, Psychological -- therapy.
Survivors -- psychology.
Added Author Bongar, Bruce Michael.
ISBN 0195172493
9780195172492
Standard No. NLM 101262218
YDXCP 2403510
NZ1 10582019

 
    
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