Paul Gill

Senior Lecturer in Security and Crime Science, University College London

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Paul Gill’s university profile can be found here.


  • Gill, P. and Corner, E. (2017) “There and Back Again: The Study of Mental Disorder and Terrorist Involvement”. American Psychologist 72(3): 231-241.
  • Gill, P., Corner, E., Conway, M., Thornton, A., Bloom, M., and Horgan, J. (2017) “Terrorist Use of the Internet by the Numbers: Quantifying Behaviors, Patterns & Processes”. Criminology and Public Policy 16(1):99-117.
  • Corner, E. and Gill, P. (2017) “Is There a Nexus Between Terrorist Involvement and Mental Health in the Age of the Islamic State?” The CTC Sentinel 10(1):1-10.

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