Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Lancaster University and University of Twente
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The experience of work-related stress across occupations
S Johnson, C Cooper, S Cartwright, I Donald, P Taylor, C Millet
Journal of managerial psychology 20 (2), 178-187, 2005
Work environments, stress, and productivity: An examination using ASSET.
I Donald, P Taylor, S Johnson, C Cooper, S Cartwright, S Robertson
International Journal of Stress Management 12 (4), 409, 2005
Promoting safety voice with safety-specific transformational leadership: The mediating role of two dimensions of trust.
SM Conchie, PJ Taylor, IJ Donald
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, APA, 2012
Linguistic style matching and negotiation outcome
PJ Taylor, S Thomas
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 1 (3), 263-281, 2008
The Criminal Profiling Illusion What's Behind the Smoke and Mirrors?
B Snook, RM Cullen, C Bennell, PJ Taylor, P Gendreau
Criminal Justice and Behavior 35 (10), 1257-1276, 2008
A cylindrical model of communication behavior in crisis negotiations
PJ Taylor
Human Communication Research 28 (1), 7-48, 2002
Male and female suicide bombers: different sexes, different reasons?
K Jacques, PJ Taylor
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 31 (4), 304-326, 2008
On the complexity and accuracy of geographic profiling strategies
B Snook, M Zito, C Bennell, PJ Taylor
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 21, 1-26, 2005
Female terrorism: a review
K Jacques, PJ Taylor
Terrorism and Political Violence 21 (3), 499-515, 2009
Third Parties, Violence, and Conflict Resolution The Role of Group Size and Collective Action in the Microregulation of Violence
M Levine, PJ Taylor, R Best
Psychological Science 22 (3), 406-412, 2011
Trust: Missing piece (s) in the safety puzzle
SM Conchie, IJ Donald, PJ Taylor
Risk Analysis 26 (5), 1097-1104, 2006
Geographic profiling: The fast, frugal, and accurate way
B Snook, PJ Taylor, C Bennell
Applied Cognitive Psychology 18 (1), 105-121, 2004
Differentiating sexual violence: A comparison of sexual homicide and rape
C Gabrielle Salfati, P Taylor
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (2), 107-125, 2006
Interaction patterns in crisis negotiations: persuasive arguments and cultural differences.
E Giebels, PJ Taylor
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (1), 5, 2009
Myths and Realities of Female-Perpetrated Terrorism.
K Jacques, PJ Taylor
Law and Human Behavior, APA, 2013
Patterns of Interaction in Police Interviews The Role of Cultural Dependency
K Beune, E Giebels, PJ Taylor
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (8), 904-925, 2010
Trust and distrust in safety leadership: mirror reflections?
SM Conchie, PJ Taylor, A Charlton
Safety science 49 (8-9), 1208-1214, 2011
‘Language of lies’: Urgent issues and prospects in verbal lie detection research
G Nahari, T Ashkenazi, RP Fisher, PA Granhag, I Hershkowitz, J Masip, ...
Legal and Criminological Psychology 24 (1), 1-23, 2019
Language style matching and police interrogation outcomes
B Richardson, PJ Taylor, B Snook, S Conchie, C Bennell
Law and Human Behavior, 2014
Detecting Insider Threats Through Language Change.
PJ Taylor, CJ Dando, TC Ormerod, LJ Ball, MC Jenkins, A Sandham, ...
Law and Human Behavior, APA, 2013
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