Usman Afzali


Psychology PhD Candidate, Postdoctoral Research Associate


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School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand




Usman Afzali


Psychology PhD Candidate, Postdoctoral Research Associate


School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand



Psychological impact of far-right terrorism against Muslim minorities on national distress, community, and wellbeing


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Kate Byrne, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Martin J. Dorahy, Jessica Gale, M. Usman Afzali, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Chris G. Sibley
Scientific Reports, 2022 Jan 31


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APA
Byrne, K., Yogeeswaran, K., Dorahy, M. J., Gale, J., Afzali, M. U., Bulbulia, J. A., & Sibley, C. G. (2022). Psychological impact of far-right terrorism against Muslim minorities on national distress, community, and wellbeing. Scientific Reports, 12, 1620.

Chicago/Turabian
Byrne, Kate, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Martin J. Dorahy, Jessica Gale, M. Usman Afzali, Joseph A. Bulbulia, and Chris G. Sibley. “Psychological Impact of Far-Right Terrorism against Muslim Minorities on National Distress, Community, and Wellbeing.” Scientific Reports 12, 1620 (January 31, 2022).

MLA
Byrne, Kate, et al. “Psychological Impact of Far-Right Terrorism against Muslim Minorities on National Distress, Community, and Wellbeing.” Scientific Reports, vol. 12, 1620, Jan. 2022.