Many QAnon followers report having mental health diagnoses

BY: - March 29, 2021

By Sophia Moskalenko, Research Fellow in Social Psychology, Georgia State University QAnon is often viewed as a group associated with conspiracy, terrorism and radical action, such as the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. But radical extremism and terror may not be the real concern from this group. QAnon followers, who may number in the millions, appear […]


How do we de-radicalize? Three experts in political extremism and violence share ideas

BY: - February 8, 2021

The most urgent civic project of the next few years will be deradicalizing Americans who believe that in the absence of success at the ballot box, armed insurrection is a legitimate response. The events of Jan 6, when an extremist mob loyal to then-President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol, have brought the scope and urgency […]