Laurence Alison
Laurence Alison
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TitleCited byYear
The organized/disorganized typology of serial murder: Myth or model?
DV Canter, LJ Alison, E Alison, N Wentink
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 10 (3), 293, 2004
2972004
Differentiating sex offences: A behaviorally based thematic classification of stranger rapes
DV Canter, C Bennell, LJ Alison, S Reddy
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 21 (2), 157-174, 2003
2242003
The personality paradox in offender profiling: A theoretical review of the processes involved in deriving background characteristics from crime scene actions.
L Alison, C Bennell, A Mokros, D Ormerod
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 8 (1), 115, 2002
2072002
Is offender profiling possible? Testing the predicted homology of crime scene actions and background characteristics in a sample of rapists
A Mokros, LJ Alison
Legal and Criminological Psychology 7 (1), 25-43, 2002
1702002
Why tough tactics fail and rapport gets results: Observing Rapport-Based Interpersonal Techniques (ORBIT) to generate useful information from terrorists.
LJ Alison, E Alison, G Noone, S Elntib, P Christiansen
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 19 (4), 411, 2013
1222013
Sadomasochistically oriented behavior: Diversity in practice and meaning
L Alison, P Santtila, NK Sandnabba, N Nordling
Archives of Sexual Behavior 30 (1), 1-12, 2001
1082001
Pragmatic solutions to offender profi ling and behavioural investigative advice
L Alison, A Goodwill, L Almond
Professionalizing offender profiling, 68-88, 2011
1002011
Unobtrusive measurement: Using police information for forensic research
LJ Alison, B Snook, KL Stein
Qualitative Research 1 (2), 241-254, 2001
1002001
Critical incident stress debriefing and its effects on coping strategies and anger in a sample of Australian police officers involved in shooting incidents
R Leonard, L Alison
Work & Stress 13 (2), 144-161, 1999
961999
Policing critical incidents: Leadership and critical incident management
L Alison, J Crego
Routledge, 2012
912012
Demographics, sexual behaviour, family background and abuse experiences of practitioners of sadomasochistic sex: A review of recent research
NK Sandnabba, P Santtila, L Alison, N Nordling
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 17 (1), 39-55, 2002
882002
Toulmin's philosophy of argument and its relevance to offender profiling
L Alison, MD Smith, O Eastman, L Rainbow
Psychology, Crime & Law 9 (2), 173-183, 2003
872003
Interpreting the accuracy of offender profiles
L Alison, MD Smith, K Morgan
Psychology, Crime & Law 9 (2), 185-195, 2003
872003
The academic and the practitioner: Pragmatists' views of offender profiling.
L Alison, A West, A Goodwill
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 10 (1-2), 71, 2004
832004
The development of a filter model for prioritising suspects in burglary offences
AM Goodwill, LJ Alison
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (4), 395-416, 2006
802006
Vicious circles: Accounts of stranger sexual assault reflect abusive variants of conventional interactions
LJ Alison, KL Stein
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry 12 (3), 515-538, 2001
742001
Examining group rape: A descriptive analysis of offender and victim behaviour
LE Porter, LJ Alison
European journal of criminology 3 (3), 357-381, 2006
682006
Juvenile firesetters: Crime scene actions and offender characteristics
P Santtila, H Häkkänen, L Alison, C Whyte
Legal and Criminological Psychology 8 (1), 1-20, 2003
642003
Behavioural coherence in violent group activity: An interpersonal model of sexually violent gang behaviour
LE Porter, LJ Alison
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
632004
Investigating the underlying structure in sadomasochistically oriented behavior
P Santtila, NK Sandnabba, L Alison, N Nordling
Archives of Sexual behavior 31 (2), 185-196, 2002
632002
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