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Prof. Dr. Hamdi Muluk, M.Si.



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Dr. Joevarian Hudiyana, M.Si.



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Dr. Mirra Noor Milla, S.Sos., M.Si.



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Whinda Yustisia, S.Psi., M.Sc.



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Milla, M. N., Yustisia, W., Shadiqi, M. A., & Arifin, H. H. (2022). Mechanisms of 3N Model on Radicalization: Testing the Mediation by Group Identity and Ideology of the Relationship between Need for Significance and Violent Extremism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-15.

Keng, S. L., Stanton, M. V., Haskins, L. B., Almenara, C. A., Ickovics, J., Jones, A., … & Leander, N. P. (2022). COVID-19 stressors and health behaviors: A multilevel longitudinal study across 86 countries. Preventive Medicine Reports.

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Resta, E., Mula, S., Baldner, C., Di Santo, D., Agostini, M., Bélanger, J. J., … & Leander, N. P. (2021). ‘We are all in the same boat’: How societal discontent affects intention to help during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Journal of community & applied social psychology, 32(2), 332-347.