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Recent Scholarship

LoCicero, A. (2017)  Military psychology: An oxymoron. In Stout, C. E.  (Ed.) Terrorism, Political Violence, and Extremism: New Psychology to Understand, Face, and Defuse the Threat. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger/ABC-CLIO, In Press.

LoCicero, A., Marlin, R., Jull-Patterson, D., Sweeney, N., Gray, B. L., Boyd, J. W. (2016) Enabling torture: APA, clinical psychology training, and the failure to disobey. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2(4), 345-355.

LoCicero, A. (2015) Domestic consequences of US Counter-terrorism efforts: Making it harder to prevent homegrown terrorism. The Open Psychology Journal, 8, 32-37.

Boyd, W. J., LoCicero, A., Malowney, M., Aldis, R., & Marlin, R.  (2014) Failing Ethics 101: Psychologists, the US military establishment, and human rights, International Journal of Health Services, 44 (3) 615-625.

LoCicero, A. (2014) Why Good Kids Become Deadly Terrorists.: Deconstructing the Accused Boston Marathon Bombers and Others Like Them. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger/ABC-CLIO.

Sinclair, S. J., Blais, M. A., Gansler, D.A.. Sandberg, E. Bistis, K. & LoCicero, A. (2010) Psychometric properties of the Rosenberg self-esteem scale: Overall and within demographic groups within the United States. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 33 (1) 56-80.

Sinclair,  S. J. & LoCicero,  A. (2010) "Do fears of terrorism predict trust in government?" Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, Vol. 2 Iss: 1, pp.57 – 68.

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