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(p. 101) Psychological Aspects of Suicide Terrorism 

(p. 101) Psychological Aspects of Suicide Terrorism
(p. 101) Psychological Aspects of Suicide Terrorism

Ariel Merari

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date: 05 May 2021

Chapter 8 discusses the psychological aspects of suicide terrorism, including prevalence, the profile of suicide terrorists (including demographic characteristics, religion, and revenge for personal suffering), personality factors and psychopathology, terrorist groups as suicide production lines, and coping with the psychological effects of suicide terrorism.

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