Current research: Neurocognitive risk assessment
Dean, Geoff (2014) Current research: Neurocognitive risk assessment. In Dean, G. (Ed.) Neurocognitive Risk Assessment for the Early Detection of Violent Extremists. Springer, Cham, pp. 29-59.
The current research began from the starting point that what we are grappling with when we are dealing with violent extremists by and large is essentially ‘normal people’. What follows in this third major section of this research paper is the theoretical and conceptual search for making researchable the following question: ‘How do you assess someone who is normal?’
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