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Nadine Salman

Senior Research Associate

Nadine Salman

Fylde College

LA1 4YF

Lancaster

Research overview

Nadine's research focuses on violent extremism risk assessment and management, risk and protective factors, and practitioner decision-making.

Profile

Nadine Salman is a Senior Research Associate at Lancaster University’s Psychology Department, and a Research Assistant completing her PhD at University College London’s Department of Security and Crime Science. Her research focuses on violent extremism risk assessment and management, risk and protective factors, and practitioner decision-making. She has conducted research funded by the European Research Council, the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats, and Public Safety Canada.

Nadine holds a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Crime Science from UCL. Her previous academic research has focused on deception detection in police interviews, and on the relationship between terrorism and organised crime. Nadine has also previously conducted research on terrorism, human trafficking, migrant smuggling and cybercrime with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the Royal United Services Institute, and the National Crime Agency. Nadine is also a graduate member of the British Psychological Society.

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