The Psychology of Terrorism and Extremism (Part 1)

In part one of a two part series on the psychology of terrorism, Dr. Wagdy Loza, of Queen’s University Department of Psychiatry, defines ‘terrorism’ as an unexpected – but calculated – attack against vulnerable people with a shocking effect.

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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).