Social Psychology of Intra and Intergroup Relations and Social Identity

We study the mechanisms underlying violent radicalization from a multi-theory, multi-method approach for preventing and reducing radicalization leading to violence.

ABOUT

Ángel Gómez

“I am a full professor of Social Psychology at Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, UNED, in Madrid, Spain, and Senior Fellow at ARTIS International.

My main research goal is to understand the underlying mechanism leading to violent radicalization, de-radicalization and/or disengagement…

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10/10/2022

A journey to the inside of terrorism to understand it, prevent it and reinsert

On the occasion of the V International Congress of the Spanish Scientific Society of Social Psychology and the XVI National Congress of Social Psychology in Burgos, Spain,...
21/04/2022

Conference: What I/we learned in prison

A model for the prevention of violent radicalization and de-radicalization / disengagement, from the theory of identity fusion For this year’s celebration of the patron of Psychology,...

The inclusion of a gender perspective has been demonstrated to have important implications when it comes to penalty administration and punishment.

Read more from our latest study researching female jihadists at prisons

➡️ https://doi.org/10.1080/02134748.2022.2096254

Results from our study “The mirage of the jihad. Disenchantment as the pathway to disengagement of female jihadists. A case study about radicalization in Spanish prisons” are helping investigations on the matter of female radicalization to advance.

🔗 https://doi.org/10.1080/02134748.2022.2096254

Learn more about our work in the Identity Fusion Lab @UNED_Psicologia in this article published by @correodeburgos.

Explaining some of the basic learnings from our current research in violent radicalisation and identity fusion.

🔗 https://angelgomezresearch.es/a-journey-to-the-inside-of-terrorism-to-understand-it-prevent-it-and-reinsert/

"Ideological obsession as the driver of violent extremism: Origins, transformations, and manifestations". Conferencia de Jocelyn J. Bélanger (@NYUAbuDhabi), enmarcada en un proyecto del Prof. @AGomezResearch.
📅 29 noviembre 16:30
🏫Salón de actos
💻Zoom (http://bit.ly/3XhTCWO)

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