Summer Institute




Terrorism - Select Bibliography

by Asch Center Faculty and Fellows

McCauley, C. (2001). Interview on the Psychology of Terrorism: Commonly Asked Questions.

Ginges, J. (1997). Deterring the terrorist: A psychological evaluation of different strategies for deterring terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence, 9, 170-185.

Lustick, I. S. (1990). Changing rationales for political violence in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Journal of Palestine Studies, 20, 54-79.

Lustick, I. S. (1993). Writing the Intifada: Collective action in the Occupied Territories. World Politics, 45, 560-594.

Lustick, I. S. (1987). Israel's dangerous fundamentalists. Foreign Policy, 68, 118-139. 

Lustick, I. S. (1995). Terrorism in the Arab-Israeli conflict: Targets and audiences. In M. Crenshaw (Ed.), Terrorism in context (pp. 514-552). University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.

McCauley, C., & Segal, M. (1987). Social psychology of terrorist groups. In C. Hendrick (Ed.), Review of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 9 (pp. 231-256). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

McCauley, C., & Segal, M. (1989). Terrorist individuals and terrorist groups: The normal psychology of extreme behavior. In J. Groebel & J. H. Goldstein (Eds.), Terrorism (pp. 41-64). Seville University Press.

McCauley, C. (1991). Terrorism research and public policy: An overview.   In C. McCauley (Ed.), Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence, 3, 126-144.

McCauley, C. (Ed.) (1991). Terrorism research and public policy. London: Frank Cass.

McCauley, C. (2001). The psychology of group identification and the power of ethnic nationalism. In D. Chirot & M. Seligman (Eds.), Ethnopolitical warfare: Causes, consequences, and possible solutions (pp. 343-362). Washington, DC: APA Books.


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