Posts filed under: Laurence J. Alison

Perceived legitimacy of lethal force decisions in counter terrorism operations

Goodwill, A.M., Alison, L.J. & Humann, M., Francis, A. & Villejoubert, G. (2010). The impact of outcome knowledge, role and quality of information on the perceived legitimacy of lethal force decisions in counter terrorism operations. Behavioral Sciences & the Law,...
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Sequential angulation, spatial dispersion and attack patterns in serial offenders

Goodwill, A.M. & Alison, L.J. (2005). Sequential angulation, spatial dispersion and consistency of distance attack patterns from home in serial murder, rape and burglary. Psychology, Crime and Law, 11, 161-176. | Link to article in Psychology, Crime and Law | Abstract  Three...
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The academic and the practitioner: pragmatists’ views of offender profiling

Alison, L.J., West, A. & Goodwill, A.M. (2004). The academic and the practitioner: pragmatists’ views of offender profiling. Psychology, Public Policy and Law, 10,  71-101. | Link to article in Psychology, Public Policy and Law | Abstract  Pragmatic psychology, as outlined by...
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