The Political Psychology (PPL) Lab is the world’s first research team dedicated to studying cyberterrorism.
Our lab use theories of political psychology to examine the effects of public exposure to political violence, cyberterrorism and other digital threats. Lab members employ a range of methodologies from survey experiments to natural experiments, cortisol studies to normative analyses to research the mechanisms underpinning individual exposure to cyber attacks. We aspire to offer a human perspective of political violence and cyber-threats by examining the psychological effects of exposure to cyberterrorism, and exploring the ensuing domestic and international political consequences.
The PPCL lab is always looking for passionate and bright scientists to join our team. Contact us >>>