Usman Afzali, PhD


PhD in Psychology. Forensic Neuroscientist. Cognitive Scientist. Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience


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School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand




Usman Afzali, PhD


PhD in Psychology. Forensic Neuroscientist. Cognitive Scientist. Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience



School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand



Hate begets warmth? The impact of an anti-Muslim terrorist attack on public attitudes toward Muslims


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Sadi Shanaah, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Lara Greaves, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Danny Osborne, M. Usman Afzali, Chris G. Sibley
Terrorism and Political Violence, 2021 Mar


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APA
Shanaah, S., Yogeeswaran, K., Greaves, L., Bulbulia, J. A., Osborne, D., Afzali, M. U., & Sibley, C. G. (2021). Hate begets warmth? The impact of an anti-Muslim terrorist attack on public attitudes toward Muslims. Terrorism and Political Violence.

Chicago/Turabian
Shanaah, Sadi, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Lara Greaves, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Danny Osborne, M. Usman Afzali, and Chris G. Sibley. “Hate Begets Warmth? The Impact of an Anti-Muslim Terrorist Attack on Public Attitudes toward Muslims.” Terrorism and Political Violence (March 2021).

MLA
Shanaah, Sadi, et al. “Hate Begets Warmth? The Impact of an Anti-Muslim Terrorist Attack on Public Attitudes toward Muslims.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Mar. 2021.


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