Anne Speckhard, PhD
Adjunct Associate Professor Psychiatry
- Radicalization to violent extremism and terrorism
- Psychology of Terrorism and counterterrorism
- Deradicalization and Disengagement from terrorism strategies
- Trauma, Loss and Dissociation
- Psycho-Social Resilience to Terrorism
- Pregnancy loss issues
- Speckhard, Anne (2012) Talking to Terrorists:Understanding the Psycho-Social Motivations of Militant Jihadi Terrorists, Mass Hostage Takers, Suicide Bombers & Martyrs to Combat Terrorism in Prison & Community Rehabilitation.
- Speckhard, Anne (2007) “De-Legitimizing Terrorism: Creative Engagement and Understanding the Psycho-Social and Political Processes Involved in Ideological Support for Terrorism” Democracy & Security.
- Speckhard, Anne (2010) “Research Challenges involved in Field Research and Interviews Regarding the Militant Jihad Extremism and Suicide Terrorism” Pre-publication Version – Democracy & Securuty 5, 199-222.
- Speckhard, Anne (2012) “Prison and Community Based Disengagement and De-Radicalization Programs for Extremists Involved in Militant Jihadi Terrorism Ideologies and Activities” Pre-publication Version – Conflict and Terrorism
- Speckhard, Anne (2007) “The Emergence of Female Suicide Terrorists” Submitted to Survival.
- Speckhard, Anne (2010). Modeling Psycho-Social Resilience to Terrorism. NATO Human Factors and
- Medicine Research and Technology Organization Research Task Group 140 Final Report on
- Psychosocial, Organizational and Cultural Aspects of Terrorism.
- Speckhard, Anne “Understanding Suicide Terrorism: Countering Human Bombs and Their Senders” in Topics in Terrorism: Toward a Transatlantic Consensus on the Nature of the Threat" (Volume I) Eds. Jason S. Purcell & Joshua D. Weintraub Atlantic Council Publication 2005.