Laurence Alison
Laurence Alison
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Pragmatic solutions to offender profiling and behavioural investigative advice
L Alison, A Goodwill, L Almond, C Van Den Heuvel, J Winter
Legal and criminological psychology 15 (1), 115-132, 2010
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
Unobtrusive measurement: Using police information for forensic research
LJ Alison, B Snook, KL Stein
Qualitative Research 1 (2), 241-254, 2001
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
Policing critical incidents: Leadership and critical incident management
L Alison, J Crego
Routledge, 2012
Interpreting the accuracy of offender profiles
L Alison, MD Smith, K Morgan
Psychology, Crime & Law 9 (2), 185-195, 2003
The efficacy of rapport-based techniques for minimizing counter-interrogation tactics amongst a field sample of terrorists.
L Alison, E Alison, G Noone, S Elntib, S Waring, P Christiansen
Psychology, public policy, and law 20 (4), 421, 2014
The development of a filter model for prioritising suspects in burglary offences
AM Goodwill, LJ Alison
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (4), 395-416, 2006
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
Examining group rape: A descriptive analysis of offender and victim behaviour
LE Porter, LJ Alison
European journal of criminology 3 (3), 357-381, 2006
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
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
When is profiling possible? Offense planning and aggression as moderators in predicting offender age from victim age in stranger rape
AM Goodwill, LJ Alison
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 25 (6), 823-840, 2007
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