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Arie W. Kruglanski

Mourner kneels in front of flowers to pay respects after Buffalo shootings

Op/ed: Don’t Pin Shooters’ Motives on Mental Illness

Horrifying Trend Rooted in Perverted ‘Quest for Significance,’ Psychology Researcher Says

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Proud Boys rally

Op/ed: The Psychology of White Supremacy

Expert in Radicalization Says Movements Prey on Desire for Respect, Significance

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President Donald Trump's supporters converge on the Capitol building on Jan. 6, when rioters stormed the building as lawmakers were set to certify President-elect Joe Biden's electoral victory in what was supposed to be a routine process headed to Inauguration Day.

Op/ed: What’s Driving Trump’s Foot Soldiers

UMD Psychologist Says Understanding Could Help Mitigate Far-right Extremism

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Pandemics can create a stronger sense of the common good, writes Professor Arie Kruglanski. A doctor with San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Free Clinic prepares to talk with homeless people about the coronavirus on Tuesday.

Op/ed: Three Ways the Pandemic Is Changing Who We Are

Coronavirus-related Stress Has Deep Internal Effects, Psychology Researcher Says

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