This is a round-up of what CREST has been up to in October 2020. Stay up to date with all our work by signing up to the CREST newsletter.
/K/ And The Visual Culture Of Weapons Boards
Eliciting Information From Memory About Criminal Gangs And Terrorist Cells
A new method for supporting the recall of information from memory has been devised to help source handlers elicit information about people involved in criminal networks.
The Violent Extremist Lifecycle: Lessons From Northern Ireland
Buchanan, T. (2020). Why do people spread false information online? The effects of message and viewer characteristics on self-reported likelihood of sharing social media disinformation. PLoS One, 15(10), e0239666.
Ellis, D. A., (2020), Smartphones within psychological science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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