Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression (ISSN 1943-4472) is an academic Journal published by Routledge for the Society For Terrorism Research. The journal is published three times a year, having first been published in 2009. 
The Journals principal aim is to further the understanding of key questions within terrorism research, including:
- What are the conditions that lead to the use of terrorist tactics?
- How can future terrorist attacks be predicted?
- How can terrorist attacks be prevented, or at least reduced?
- How are terrorists recruited?
- How can would-be terrorists and potential supporters be diverted?
- What is the impact of terrorism on societies that have been attacked?
- What are the effects of counterterrorism efforts on societies where such efforts are ongoing?
- How can recovery from the effects of terrorism on individuals and groups be expedited? 
The articles within this journal must undergo a peer reviewal process, which means that all submitted manuscripts are subject to 'initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to single blind peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees.' 
- 1 About
- 2 History
- 3 Funding and finances
- 4 People
- 5 Affiliations
- 6 Publications
- 7 Contact details, Resources, Notes
The Journal publishes 'empirical and theoretical papers, letters to the Editor and invited visionary pieces by leading experts in the field, which have a strong base in behavioral science research.' 
The articles aim to draw in insights from related disciplines, including criminology, economics, history, political science and sociology. In particular, the Journal seeks to further the understanding of key questions within terrorism research, such as understading how terrorists are recruited and also looking at how terrorist attacks can be prevented or reduced. 
Funding and finances
- Abdolhossein Abdollahi - Islamic Azad University
- Jessie Blackbourn - Kingston University
- Violet Cheung - University of San Francisco
- Dominik Guess - University of North Florida
- Malgorzata Kossowska - Jagiellonian University
- John F. Morrison - University of East London
- Sam Mullins - University of Woollongong
- Dan Richard - University of North Florida
- Todd K. Shackelford - Oakland University
- Tali K. Walters - Society for Terrorism Research 
- Adam Brown
- Kevin Lanning
- Malgorzata Kossowska
- Rachel Monaghan
- Karl Roberts
- Floyd Rudmin
- Tali Walters 
Contact details, Resources, Notes