People who witness acts of terrorism, directly or indirectly, can experience negative psychological effects. Research has shown the underlying psychology of terrorism is fear, commonly associated with ongoing terrorism threat. Persistent fear of perceived terrorism threat may manifest as terrorism catastrophisation (TC). Investigation of literature revealed an integrated web of unexplored relationships which may predict and moderate TC. Survey data from a sample of 382 participants (aged 18-75, M = 38.74; 67% female), and was analysed using SPSS software.
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