The Psychology of Terrorism and Extremism (Part 2)

In Part 2 of “The Psychology of Terrorism and Extremism”, Dr. Wagdy Loza of Queen’s University explains why terrorism is difficult to predict, and how ideology is at the root of all extremism. The solution? Re-teaching (or ‘re-wiring’) people about the true religion of Islam.

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Dr. Wagdy Loza is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Queen’s University, a Member of the Ontario Review Board (Ontario), Chief Psychologist, a retired member of Correctional Service of Canada, former Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Carleton University, and former Chair of the Extremism/Terrorism section of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA).