Lone-actor Terrorism and Impulsivity
Journal of forensic sciences, Volume 62, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 1643-1646.
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In some recent cases of lone-actor terrorism, there is evidence the subject acted impulsively, often in response to a triggering event which contained a loss and humiliation. Evidence suggests the subjects acted precipitously, despite planning and preparation carried out in the preceding weeks or months, and their attacks failed to includ...More
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