The impact of our research on the international media

After 15 days of published, was number one of readings and top of visibility in means of press

We are pleased to inform you that our publication of Nature Human Behavior (Outcome-oriented moral evaluation in terrorists) has had an outstanding impact and international visibility (Altmetric> 390, in the top 5% of all Altmetric publications). To 15 days of published, was number 1 of readings and top of visibility in means of press of the magazine. Nature highlighted the work (Research highlights) as well as Nature Asia. The journal Nature Human Behavior itself dedicated the editorial to it. Sara Reardon, editor of the journal Nature, will shortly publish a note for Nature News highlighting the implications of this work.


Also, the work received more than 30 notes in leading newspapers and media around the world, among which stand out:

United Kindom: BBCThe British Psychological SocietyDaily MailInternational Times BusinessMind Hacks

USA: Popular ScienceSeeker/Discovery ChannelPacific Standard IPacific Standard II

Germany: Die WeltResearchgate News

Rusia: Gazeta

Denmark: VidenskabWeekendavisen

Italy: L’indroThe Post Internazionale

Portugal: Publico


Bélgica: New Europe

SpainAgencia Iberoamericana para la Divulgación de la Ciencia y TecnologíaPaperBlog

Canada: Radio-Canada

India: Zee News

Finally, at regional level he was highlighted by means of Argentina  (La Nacion diarioLa Nacion TVInfobae,  Perfil) Chile (La segunda), y Latinoamericans (TNT24Prensa Latina)