Noémie Bouhana
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End of the lone wolf: The typology that should not have been
B Schuurman, L Lindekilde, S Malthaner, F O'Connor, P Gill, N Bouhana
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (8), 771-778, 2019
Al Qai'da-Influenced Radicalisation: A Rapid Evidence Assessment Guided by Situational Action Theory
N Bouhana, POH Wikstrom
Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, 2011
Lone actor terrorist attack planning and preparation: a data‐driven analysis
B Schuurman, E Bakker, P Gill, N Bouhana
Journal of forensic sciences 63 (4), 1191-1200, 2018
Theorizing terrorism: terrorism as moral action: a scoping study
N Bouhana, POH Wikström
Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 2 (2), 9, 2010
Analyzing radicalization and terrorism: A situational action theory
POH Wikström, N Bouhana
The handbook of the criminology of terrorism, 175-186, 2016
Across the universe? A comparative analysis of violent behavior and radicalization across three offender types with implications for criminal justice training and education
J Horgan, P Gill, J Silver, E Corner, N Bouhana
The multifinality of vulnerability indicators in lone-actor terrorism
E Corner, N Bouhana, P Gill
Psychology, Crime & Law 25 (2), 111-132, 2019
Background and Preparatory Behaviours of Right-Wing Extremist Lone Actors: A Comparative Study
N Bouhana, E Corner, P Gill, B Schuurman
Perspectives on Terrorism 12 (6), 150-163, 2018
The Moral Ecology of Extremism: A Systemic Perspective
N Bouhana …, 2019
Terrorist decision making in the context of risk, attack planning, and attack commission
P Gill, Z Marchment, E Corner, N Bouhana
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 43 (2), 145-160, 2020
Analyzing person‐exposure patterns in lone‐actor terrorism: Implications for threat assessment and intelligence gathering
C Clemmow, N Bouhana, P Gill
Criminology & Public Policy 19 (2), 451-482, 2020
Consistency and specificity in burglars who commit prolific residential burglary: Testing the core assumptions underpinning behavioural crime linkage
N Bouhana, SD Johnson, M Porter
Legal and Criminological Psychology 21 (1), 77-94, 2016
Disaggregating lone-actor grievance-fuelled violence: Comparing lone-actor terrorists and mass murderers
C Clemmow, P Gill, N Bouhana, J Silver, J Horgan
Terrorism and Political Violence 34 (3), 558-584, 2022
Preventing radicalization in the UK: Expanding the knowledge-base on the Channel programme
A Thornton, N Bouhana
Policing: A journal of policy and practice 13 (3), 331-344, 2019
Lone actor terrorists: a residence-to-crime approach
Z Marchment, N Bouhana, P Gill
Terrorism and Political Violence 32 (7), 1413-1438, 2020
Individual and environmental explanations for violent extremist intentions: a German nationally representative survey study
B Rottweiler, P Gill, N Bouhana
Justice Quarterly 39 (4), 825-846, 2022
Similar crimes, similar behaviors? Comparing lone‐actor terrorists and public mass murderers
P Gill, J Silver, J Horgan, E Corner, N Bouhana
Journal of forensic sciences 66 (5), 1797-1804, 2021
The reasoning criminal vs. Homer Simpson: Conceptual challenges for crime science
N Bouhana
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 682, 2013
Individual disengagement from terrorist groups
P Gill, N Bouhana, J Morrison
Terrorism and political violence, 243-257, 2015
Encouraging public reporting of suspicious behaviour on rail networks
JM Pearce, D Parker, L Lindekilde, N Bouhana, MB Rogers
Policing and society, 2020
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