NC State University psychologists say there isn’t enough research on the risk factors associated with terrorist activity to set evidence-based policy. Sarah Desmarais and her team analyzed 12,000 studies on terrorism and found that most compared terrorist groups with one another, not with non-terrorist groups.
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