Paul Gill
Paul Gill
Professor, Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London
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Bombing Alone: Tracing the Motivations and Antecedent Behaviors of Lone‐Actor Terrorists
P Gill, J Horgan, P Deckert
Journal of forensic sciences 59 (2), 425-435, 2014
A false dichotomy? Mental illness and lone-actor terrorism.
E Corner, P Gill
Law and human behavior 39 (1), 23, 2015
Lone Actor Terrorists: A Behavioural Analysis
P Gill
Routledge, 2015
Terrorist Use of the Internet by the Numbers
P Gill, E Corner, M Conway, A Thornton, M Bloom, J Horgan
Criminology & Public Policy 16 (1), 99-117, 2017
Mental health disorders and the terrorist: A research note probing selection effects and disorder prevalence
E Corner, P Gill, O Mason
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 39 (6), 560-568, 2016
End of the lone wolf: The typology that should not have been
B Schuurman, L Lindekilde, S Malthaner, F O'Connor, P Gill, N Bouhana
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (8), 771-778, 2019
The lone-actor terrorist and the TRAP-18.
JR Meloy, P Gill
Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 3 (1), 37, 2016
Malevolent Creativity in Terrorist Organizations
P Gill, J Horgan, ST Hunter, LD Cushenbery
The Journal of Creative Behavior 47 (2), 125-151, 2013
There and back again: The study of mental disorder and terrorist involvement.
P Gill, E Corner
American Psychologist 72 (3), 231, 2017
Lone Actor Terrorist Attack Planning and Preparation: A Data‐Driven Analysis
B Schuurman, E Bakker, P Gill, N Bouhana
Journal of forensic sciences 63 (4), 1191-1200, 2018
A multi-dimensional approach to suicide bombing
P Gill
International Journal of Conflict and Violence 1 (2), 142-159, 2007
Who were the volunteers? The shifting sociological and operational profile of 1240 provisional Irish Republican Army members
P Gill, J Horgan
Terrorism and political Violence 25 (3), 435-456, 2013
Conspiracy beliefs and violent extremist intentions: The contingent effects of self-efficacy, self-control and law-related morality
B Rottweiler, P Gill
Terrorism and Political Violence 34 (7), 1485-1504, 2022
Across the universe? A comparative analysis of violent behavior and radicalization across three offender types with implications for criminal justice training and education
JG Horgan, P Gill, N Bouhana, J Silver, E Corner
Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, 2016
Killing range: Explaining lethality variance within a terrorist organization
V Asal, P Gill, K Rethemeyer, J Horgan
Journal of Conflict Resolution: research on war and peace between and within …, 2015
Shooting Alone: The Pre‐Attack Experiences and Behaviors of US Solo Mass Murderers
P Gill, J Silver, J Horgan, E Corner
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (3), 710-714, 2017
What are the roles of the Internet in terrorism? Measuring online behaviours of convicted UK terrorists
P Gill, E Corner, A Thornton, M Conway
VOX-Pol, 2015
Systematic Review of Mental Health Problems and Violent Extremism
P Gill, C Clemmow, F Hetzel, B Rottweiler, N Salman, I Van Der Vegt, ...
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 32 (1), 51-78, 2021
The multifinality of vulnerability indicators in lone-actor terrorism
E Corner, N Bouhana, P Gill
Psychology, Crime & Law 25 (2), 111-132, 2019
Lone actor terrorist use of the Internet and behavioural correlates
P Gill, E Corner
Terrorism Online: Politics, Law and Technology, 35, 2015
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