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Areas of Expertise Violence; Violent Organizations and Groups; Offender Decision-Making and Criminal Expertise; Malevolent Creativity and Innovation

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2023    Barnum, T. & Logan, M.K.
“Extremism, situational decision-making, and restrictive deterrence”
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency

2022    Logan, M.K., Windisch, S., & Simi, P. 
“Adverse childhood experiences and violent extremism: A comparison of left-wing and right-wing extremism”
Terrorism and Political Violence
2021   Logan, M.K., Damadzic, A., Medeiros, K., Ligon, G.S., & Derrick, D.C. 
“Constraints to malevolent innovation in terrorist attacks.”
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. DOI: 10.1037/aca0000385 
2021    Logan, M.K. & Ligon, G.S.
"Come one, come all: Individual-level diversity among anti-fascists. 
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward Terrorism and Genocide. 

2020   Logan, M.K., Ligon, G.S., & Derrick, D.C.
“Measuring tactical innovation in terrorist attacks.”
Journal of Creative Behavior. DOI: 10.1002/jocb.420

2020   Hall, M., Logan, M.K., Ligon, G.S., & Derrick, D.C.
“Do machines replicate humans? Towards a unified understanding of radicalizing content on the open social Web.”
Policy and Internet. DOI: /10.1002/poi3.223

2019   Logan, M.K. & Hall, M.
“Comparing crime types: A linguistic analysis of communiqués associated with the animal and earth liberation movement.”
Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward Terrorism and Genocide. 12(2), 164-181
2019    Sporer, K., Logan, M.K., Ligon, G.S., & Derrick, D.C.
“#JeSuisParis?: An appeal to hypocrisy and justifications for mass casualty violence.”
 Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, 8(1), 37-56.
2018   Windisch, S., Logan, M.K., & Ligon, G.S.
“Headhunting among violent extremist organizations: An empirical assessment of talent spotting.”
Perspectives on Terrorism, 12(2).
Grants and Contracts

2022.    Co- Principal Investigator with Jennifer Carson
“Understanding the Complete Spectrum of Left-Wing and Environmental Extremism: Pre-Incident Behaviors, NonTerrorist Criminal Activity, Plots, and Terrorist Attacks”
Funding Institution: The National Institute of Justice
Funding Amount: $506,497
2022    Principal Investigator with Steven Windisch
“The Needs of the Counter Terrorism Workforce and the Utility of Existing Datasets”
Funding Institution: Department of Homeland Security; The National Counterterrorism Innovation, Technology, and Education Center (20STTPC-00001-03)
Funding Amount: $136,586