On Demand March 22, 2007

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Psychology of Terrorism and Psychology and Counterterrorism:
Seven Things You Should Know

Broadcast Date: March 22, 2007
(1 hour, 30 minutes)


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Program Overview

Sun-Tzu once wrote that to win at war you must know the enemy as you know yourself. This means knowing the manner in which the war will be fought. Winning the war on terrorism requires a practical understanding of the nature of terrorism and those who use it. This program will focus on the most important component of the war, which is the psychology of the weapon itself and its implications for public health preparedness and response.


George S. Everly, Jr., PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
School of Public Health
Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness

Target Audience

First responders, public health professionals and their partners with whom they will need to communicate in a public health emergency, community planners, command and control personnel and public health and medical students.

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None for this program.

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334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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