9/11: Ten Years Later

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Vol. 66, No. 6, September 2011
Item #: 4016609
ISBN: 978-1-4338-1095-4
Format: Hard copy
Other Format: PDF

About the special issue

This special issue summarizes much of the conceptual and empirical work that psychological science has offered when considering two closely related questions:

  • What have we learned about the individual and societal impacts of 9/11 specifically?
  • What have we learned about understanding, preventing, and responding to the threat of terrorism more generally?

Articles in this issue

An Introduction to "9/11: Ten Years Later"
Pages 427–428
Silver, Roxane Cohen

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Following the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks: A Review of the Literature Among Highly Exposed Populations
Pages 429–446
Neria, Yuval; DiGrande, Laura; Adams, Ben G.

The Expulsion From Disneyland: The Social Psychological Impact of 9/11
Pages 447–454
Morgan, G. Scott; Wisneski, Daniel C.; Skitka, Linda J.

Americans Respond Politically to 9/11: Understanding the Impact of the Terrorist Attacks and Their Aftermath
Pages 455–467
Huddy, Leonie; Feldman, Stanley

Growing Up in the Shadow of Terrorism: Youth in America After 9/11
Pages 468–481
Eisenberg, Nancy; Silver, Roxane Cohen

Postdisaster Psychological Intervention Since 9/11
Pages 482–494
Watson, Patricia J.; Brymer, Melissa J.; Bonanno, George A.

Impacts of Psychological Science on National Security Agencies Post-9/11
Pages 495–506
Brandon, Susan E.

Psychology Out of the Laboratory: The Challenge of Violent Extremism
Pages 507–519
Ginges, Jeremy; Atran, Scott; Sachdeva, Sonya; Medin, Douglas

Communicating About the Risks of Terrorism (or Anything Else)
Pages 520–531
Firschhoff, Baruch

Intelligence Gathering Post-9/11
Pages 532–541
Loftus, Elizabeth F.

Intelligent Management of Intelligence Agencies: Beyond Accountability Ping-Pong
Pages 542–554
Tetlock, Philip E.; Mellers, Barbara A.

Roles of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Meeting the Challenge of Terrorism
Pages 555–566
Nickerson, Raymond S.

What Should We Expect After the Next Attack?
Pages 567–572
Silver, Roxane Cohen; Fischhoff, Baruch

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