Recent Publications Review, Part 1 - 4.20.13
The Psychology of a Boston Marathon Terrorist - National Journal
Victims of explosions are facing a long road ahead - Boston Globe
The Boston Bombings: Peculiar Benefits of the 9/11 Wars
“The field of disaster psychiatry and disaster mental health has progressed immensely since 9/11,” says Elspeth “Cam” Ritchie, who before retiring as an Army colonel in 2010 spent her final years in uniform as the service's top psychiatrist. Instead of ...
What Makes a Terrorist Terrorize?
Brothers in Arms: Sibling Psychology and the Bombing Suspects
Proximity is a critical element in what psychologists call “delinquency training” among siblings. This is true for lower-grade risk behaviors like smoking or drinking, since a younger sibling, who typically picks up the habit later than an older one ...
Bomb Suspects Now Mysterious to Those Who Thought They Knew ThemBloomberg
Boston Marathon Manhunt: Are the Tsarnaev Brothers a New Type Of 'All ...PolicyMic
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Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, brothers, have been identified by authorities as the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing. Details are emerging about them online and from interviews with family and neighbors -- but there's little to explain how they wound up as suspects in a terrorist attack.
Liana Woskie told The Huffington Post that she went to the Cambridge Rindge & Latin School with Tamerlan Tsarnaev and was in his high school graduating class of '06. He was on the volleyball team, she said.
.... If he's psychotic at critical times, that's all that matters. As president, even a second of psychosis is ...
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