The Psychology of Terrorism Clark R. McCauley, Professor of Psychology, Bryn Mawr College. 1. Terrorism as a Category of Violence In a global war on AN ESSAY: Good, evil and terrorism. By Phil Zimbardo, Ph.D. President-elect, American Psychological Assn. November 1, 2001. The bully can, in one Definition of The Psychology of Terrorism – Our online dictionary has The Source: Social Science Research Council: After September 11th Essay Archive.
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