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Dr Brooke Rogers


Reader in Risk and Terror

Theme 2 - Improving the behavioural impact of communications

King's College London

Dr Rogers is a Reader in Risk and Terror in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London.

She is a social psychologist interested in investigating the formation of attitudes and beliefs, and the influence of attitudes and beliefs on behaviour.

The majority of her projects use theories of risk perception, risk communication and behaviour to investigate public and practitioner responses to low likelihood, high-impact events such as chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism.

Her academic and professional activities place her at the interface of theory and practice.

She codirects the MA in Terrorism, Security and Society at King’s, and has co-designed multiple MA level Continued Professional Development (CPD) modules provided to staff at the Home Office, the Metropolitan Police, ACPO, and more.

Dr Rogers’s is recognised and requested on a national and international level, leading to repeated contributions on the NATO Defense Against Terrorism and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) courses.