August 25, 2019

Wilson Comments About Psychological Effects of Mass Shootings in National Media

Laura Wilson, assistant professor of psychology

Laura Wilson, assistant professor of psychology

Assistant Professor of Psychological Science Laura Wilson’s expertise about the psychological effects of mass shootings continues to be sought-after by the national media. Here are her recent comments:

When the Child Parents Love Becomes a Shooter (The Atlantic)

False Reports Of Gunmen In N.Y.C. And Virginia Cause Jitters Following Mass Shootings (NPR)

For some in Chicago, gun violence is a daily reality, leaving the same trauma as mass shootings (NBC News)