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Sacred values, sacred terror: Motivation and religious terrorism
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This presentation will discuss some of the motivations that can be found in the writings of and interviews with religiously motivated terrorists across all religious traditions. It will focus on the psychological research relevant to such motivations and the implications of this research for understanding and responding to religiously motivated terrorism.
This talk is part of the Social and Developmental Psychology (SDP) Seminar Series series.
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