Mandating doctors to attend counter-terrorism workshops is medically unethical. BJPsych Bull
2016; 40: 87–88.
Flash, the emperor and policies without evidence: counter-terrorism measures destined for failure and societally divisive. BJPsych Bull
2016; 40: 82–84.
Gani, A, Slawson, N.
Lancashire police criticise BBC over ‘terrorist house’ story?
2016; (http://gu.com/p/4g2ag/sbl) .
Informing lone-offender investigations. Criminol Public Policy
2013; 12: 103–112.
Capellan, JA. Lone Wolf Terrorist or Deranged Shooter? A Study of Ideological Active Shooter Events in the United States, 1970–2014. Stud Conflict Terrorism
2015; 38: 395–413.
Gruenewald, J, Chermak, S, Freilich, JD. Distinguishing “Loner” Attacks from Other Domestic Extremist Violence: A Comparison of Far-Right Homicide Incident and Offender Characteristics. Criminol Public Policy
2013; 12: 65–91.
McCauley, C, Moskalenko, S, Van Son, B.
Characteristics of Lone-Wolf Violent Offenders: a Comparison of Assassins and School Attackers. Perspectives on Terrorism
2013; 7: 4–24.
Corner, E, Gill, P.
A False Dichotomy? Mental Illness and Lone-Actor Terrorism?
Law Hum Behav
2015. 39: 23–34.
Understanding Lone Wolf Terrorism: Global Patterns, Motivations and Prevention. Springer, 2012.
Lone-Actor Terrorists: A Behavioural Analysis. Routledge, 2015.
Ellis, C, Pantucci, R, van Zuijdewijn, J, Bakker, E, Gomis, B, Palombi, S, et al. Lone Actor Terrorism: Analysis Paper. Countering Lone-Actor Terrorism Series No. 4. Royal United Services Institute, 2016.