The UK’s hub for behavioural and social science research into security threats
COMING SOON! This bumper issue of CSR highlights the role of behavioural and social sciences in battling against the relentless spread of disinformation.
Risky Business? Siege, subcultures, risk, and unintended consequences
LARPocalypse: Part One - Siege as a Subculture
Nicola Power, Mark Levine, Richard Philpot
The Psychology of Interoperability Animation
Rachel Monaghan, Bianca Slocombe, John Cuddihy, Neale Gregg
Prosecuting Extremists in the UK: An Exploration of Charging, Prosecution, and Sentencing Outcomes
Anastasia Kordoni, Shengnan Liu, Miriam Koschate-Reis, Mark Levine
Detecting Hybrid Social Identities: A Computational Analysis of Influence & Resilience in Online (RWE) Communities
Zoe Marchment, Paul Gill
How robust is the evidence base for the human ability to recognise suspicious activity/hostile reconnaissance?