Alice LoCicero Ph.D.

Alice LoCicero Ph.D.

Alice LoCicero, Ph.D., is president-elect of the Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict (Division 48 of the American Psychological Association). A researcher, scholar, clinician and social justice advocate, she is the past-president of the Society for Terrorism Research, and the author of Why Good Kids Turn Into Deadly Terrorists: Deconstructing the Boston Marathon Bombers and Others Like Them and Creating Young Martyrs: Conditions that Make Dying in a Terrorist Attack Seem Like a Good Idea. Her recent scholarship has documented the costs of U.S. counterterrorism policies and the American Psychological Association’s alliance with the U.S. military.

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Paradigm Shift

Psychology’s Role in Resisting War and Promoting Peace
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