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The psychology of extreme behaviour

Published:
3 March 2015
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The psychology of extreme behaviour

This document features an analysis of the psychology of extreme behaviour by Dr Luc De Keyser. The relativity of ‘extreme’, the absolute ‘extreme’, the ‘true-believer’ syndrome redefined and applying principles to policy are featured in the document.

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