His main research concerns Psychiatry, Mental health, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Outpatient commitment. His Psychiatry research integrates issues from Occupational safety and health and Clinical psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Law enforcement and Public health.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. His Outpatient commitment research includes themes of Severity of illness and Recidivism. Within one scientific family, Randy Borum focuses on topics pertaining to Psychiatric hospital under Mental illness, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Telephone interview.
Randy Borum focuses on Psychiatry, Suicide prevention, Mental health, Clinical psychology and Mental illness. His Suicide prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. He has included themes like Nursing, Public health and Law enforcement in his Mental health study.
He has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Test validity, Social support and Substance abuse. His Mental illness research incorporates elements of Criminal justice, Psychiatric hospital and Personality. Randy Borum focuses mostly in the field of Occupational safety and health, narrowing it down to topics relating to Psychopathology and, in certain cases, Comorbidity and National Comorbidity Survey.
Computer security, Criminology, Terrorism, Radicalization and International security are his primary areas of study. Many of his research projects under Computer security are closely connected to Cybercrime, Water transport and Coast guard with Cybercrime, Water transport and Coast guard, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Criminology brings together such families of science as Threat assessment, Applied psychology and School violence.
Randy Borum combines subjects such as Social psychology, Actuarial science, Public relations, Foundation and Variety with his study of Terrorism. Randy Borum integrates several fields in his works, including Radicalization, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. International security is closely attributed to Violent extremism in his research.
Randy Borum mainly focuses on Terrorism, Cybercrime, Computer security, Risk assessment and Variety. His research in Terrorism intersects with topics in Affect, Personality, Mental illness, Individual psychology and Set. His Risk assessment research incorporates elements of Action, Actuarial science, Public relations and Foundation.
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Radicalization into Violent Extremism I: A Review of Social Science Theories
Journal of Strategic Security (2011)
Violence and severe mental illness: the effects of substance abuse and nonadherence to medication.
M. S. Swartz;Jeffrey W. Swanson;V. A. Hiday;Randy Borum.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1998)
Improving the clinical practice of violence risk assessment. Technology, guidelines, and training.
American Psychologist (1996)
Psychology of Terrorism
The Final Report and Findings of the Safe School Initiative: Implications for the Prevention of School Attacks in the United States
Bryan Vossekuil;Robert A. Fein;Marisa Reddy;Randy Borum.
Psychotic symptoms and disorders and the risk of violent behaviour in the community
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Randy Borum;Marvin S. Swartz;John Monahan.
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health (1996)
Comparing outcomes of major models of police responses to mental health emergencies.
Henry J. Steadman;Martha Williams Deane;Randy Borum;Joseph P. Morrissey.
Psychiatric Services (2000)
Radicalization into Violent Extremism II: A Review of Conceptual Models and Empirical Research
Journal of Strategic Security (2011)
What Can Be Done About School Shootings? A Review of the Evidence
Randy Borum;Dewey G. Cornell;William Modzeleski;Shane R. Jimerson.
Educational Researcher (2010)
Assessing violence risk among youth.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2000)
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