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I. INTRODUCTION - THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TERRORISM
1. The Psychology of Terrorism: Defining the Need and Describing the Goarls
	Bruce Bongar
2. Mind Control in Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four: Fictional Concepts Become Operational Realities in Jim 
Jones's Jungle Experiment
	Philip G. Zimbardo
3. Psychological Issues in Understanding Terrorism and the Response to Terrorism
	Clark McCauley	
4. The Need for Proficient Mental Health Professionals in the Study of Terrorism
	Larry E. Beutler, Gil Reyes, Zeno Franco, and Jennifer Housley
5. War Versus Justice in Response to Terrorist Attack: Competing Frames and their Implications.
	Clark McCauley
II. TERRORISM 
	6. The Staircase to Terrorism: A Psychological Exploration
		Fathali M. Moghaddam
	7. Terrorism and the Media
		Joel N. Shurkin
	8. What is Terrorism? Key Elements and History
		Scott Gerwehr and Kirk Hubbard
	9. Suicide Terrorism
		Ariel Merari
	10. The Strategy of Terrorism and the Psychology of Mass-mediated Fear
		James N. Breckenridge and Philip G. Zimbardo
III. CONSEQUENCES OF TERRORISM
	11. The Role of Religion, Spirituality and Faith-Based Community in Coping with Acts of Terrorism
		Timothy Kelly
	12. Psychological Consequences of Actual or Threatened CBRNE Terrorism
		Glenn R. Sullivan and Bruce Bongar
	13. Psychological Weapons of Mass Disruption through Vicarious Classical Conditioning
		Dennis D. Embry
	14. Near- and Long-term Psychological Effects of Exposure to Terrorist Attacks 
		Susan E. Brandon and Andrew P. Silke
	15. The Response to Relief Organizations to Terrorist Attacks: An Overview of How the Red 	
	Cross and Other Relief Organizations Work in Conjunction with Other Agencies
			John A. Clizbe and Susan Hamilton
	16. Understanding How Organizational Bias Influenced First Responders at the World Trade Center
			Joseph W. Pfeifer
	17. Warfare, Terrorism, and Psychology
			L. Morgan Banks and Larry C. James
IV. ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT
	18. Terrorism Stress Risk Assessment and Management
			Douglas Paton and John. M. Violanti
	19. Evidence-based Interventions for Survivors of Terrorism
			Josef I. Ruzek, Shira Maguen, and Brett T. Litz
	20. Neurobiological and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism; Distinguishing Normal from Pathological 
Responses, Risk Profiling, and Optimizing Resilience
		Rachel Yehuda, Richard Bryant, Joseph Zohar, and Charles R. Marmar
	21. Older Adults and Terrorism
		Lisa M. Brown, Donna Cohen, and Joy R. Kohlmaier
	22. Children and Terrorism: A Family Psychoeducational Approach
		Maureen Underwood, John Kalafat, and Nicci Spinazolla
	23. Cultural Considerations: Caring for Cultural Diverse Communities in the Aftermath of Terrorist 
Attacks
		David Chiriboga
	24. The Psychological Consequences of Terrorist Alerts
		Rose McDermott and Philip G. Zimbardo
V. PREVENTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN REACTION TO ACTS OF TERRORISM
	25. Defusing Terrorism of Terror
		A. J. W. Taylor
	26. Psychological Resilience in the Face of Terrorism
		Lisa D. Butler, Leslie A. Morland, Gregory A. Leskin
	27. Promoting Resilience and Recovery in First Responders
		Richard Gist
	28. Promoting Resilience and Recovery in First Responders
		Dori B. Reissman, Stephan G. Reissman, and Brian W. Flynn
	29. Reflections on the Psychology of Terrorism
		Laura Pratchett, Lisa M. Brown, and Bruce Bongar
APPENDIX: Resources in Psychology of Terrorism
	Matteo Bertoni and Brynne Johannsen
	
GLOSSARY

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terrorism -- Psychological aspects.
Disasters -- Psychological aspects.
Victims of terrorism -- Mental health.
Terrorism -- psychology.
Stress, Psychological -- therapy.
Survivors -- psychology.