A Special issue of the American Psychological Asssociation’s flagship journal looks at psychology of terrorism, with many titles free to view.

Their website explains:
Since most people who hold radical views do not become terrorists, what are the factors that drive some to violent extremism? Is there a connection between mental illness and terrorist involvement? And why do some interrogators resort to torture when the body of evidence shows building rapport with suspects is more effective? These questions and others are addressed in a special issue of American Psychologist®, the flagship journal of the American Psychological Association. The articles look at such topics as how individuals become radicalized; how to predict who will become a terrorist; the progression from nonviolence to radicalization to terrorism; and the role of community resilience in preventing youth from embracing violent extremism.

A list of the articles is on:http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/special/4017214.aspx

One day it will be merged into the main thread on radicalisation:Studies on radicalization & comments