Individual differences in relational motives interact with the political context to produce terrorism and terrorism-support
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CitationThomsen, Lotte, Milan Obaidi, Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington, Nour Kteily, and Jim Sidanius. 2014. “Individual Differences in Relational Motives Interact with the Political Context to Produce Terrorism and Terrorism-Support.” Behav Brain Sci 37 (04) (August): 377–378. doi:10.1017/s0140525x13003579.
AbstractThe psychology of suicide terrorism involves more than simply the psychology of suicide. Individual differences in Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) interact with socio-structural, political context to produce support for group-based dominance among members of both dominant and subordinate groups. This may help explain why, in one specific context, some people commit and endorse terrorism, while others do not.
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