SP V: Efficacy of Radicalising Cues

The subproject V „Efficacy of Radicalising Cues” will be led by the Department Health and Prevention of the Institute of Psychology, University of Greifswald. The main question within this subproject will be which potentially radicalising graphical cues (pictures and video material from relevant websites) have an effect on different groups at risk for radicalisation. Effectiveness of the potentially radicalising cues is understood as level of awareness and as cognitive, emotional and behaviour-related reactions as well as the subjectively perceived attractiveness of the potentially radicalising graphical cues. The methodological access is innovative as it contains methods of self-disclosure and implicit attitude measurement (Implicit Association Test) as well as Eye-Tracking as an additional method.