Academic Resources

As part of our extensive network of supportive individuals, we have a number of academics who are working on related research projects, helping to quantify the problem of undue influence in order to facilitate change wherever possible. Our long-term ambition is to create a platform for academics to network, including an online discussion space and an international conference programme.

If you have some research you would like to contribute or share, then please contact us and we'll be happy to chat. In the meantime, we are compiling some academic resources and links that you may find interesting, or there is an extensive list of resources available on our recommended reading list.


RESOURCES: Bullying Project


The Bullying Project support school administrators and teachers to combat the peer aggression, with a combination of research and curriculum aids. The website features downloadable curricula, the latest research, a list of useful resources and references and much more...



RESOURCES: ICSA - International Cultic Studies Association

Cults / Sects

ISCA is a global network of individuals who are concerned about the psychological manipulation and abuse of individuals, who are involved in high-demand groups, cults, alternative movements and all similar environments.



RESOURCES: Domestic Violence Research Group

Domestic Violence

DVR provide research and resources for a wide-range of groups, including researchers, policy-makers, intervention providers, victim advocates, law enforcement, 
judges, attorneys, family court mediators, educators, and anyone interested in family violence.



RESOURCES: Radicalisation Research

Radicalisation Terrorism

Radicalisation Research is an online resource providing policymakers, journalists and anyone with an interest in radicalisation and its processes, with an easy way to access high-quality academic research. Their resources cover everything from radicalisation to fundamentalism and extremism, and every controversial issue in between.



RESOURCES: Fraud Research Centre

Scams / Fraud

The Fraud Research Centre is an American website, which has been created as part of a partnership between the Stanford Centre on Longevity and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Investor Education Foundation.



RESOURCES: Research Center for Group Dynamics

Cults / Sects Radicalisation Automatic Authority

The Research Centre for Group Dynamics is part of the Institute for Social Research from the University of Michigan. It exists to help advance the understanding of human behaviour in social contexts, helping to identify links between individual psychology and group / community psychology.


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