Posts filed under: Paul J. Taylor

Inaugural Lecture: How technology is revolutionizing our understanding of human cooperation

Taylor, P. J., (June, 2013). How technology is revolutionizing our understanding of human cooperation (Inaugural lecture). Twente University Press. Description Outlines a number of new technologies that help us understand cooperation and give advanced training in interpersonal skills.  ...
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Interaction patterns in crisis negotiations

Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2009). Interaction patterns in crisis negotiations: Persuasive arguments and cultural differences. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 5-19. Summary  One of several papers showing how the tactics we have developed for use within low-context (individualistic) cultures can be less...
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Detecting insider threats to organizations through language change

Taylor, P. J., Dando, C., Ormerod, T., Ball, L., Jenkins, M., Sandham, A., & Menacere, T. (2013). Detecting insider threats to organizations through language change. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 267-275. Summary Employees’ malicious use of their access to organisational information costs industry...
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Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling strategies

Bennell, C., Taylor, P.J., & Snook, B. (2007). Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling strategies: A review of the research. Police Practice and Research, 8, 335-345. | Link to article in Police Practice and Research | Abstract Geographic profiling predictions can be produced using...
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The role of group size and collective action in the micro-regulation of violence

Levine, M., Taylor, P. J., & Best, R. (2011). Third-parties, violence and conflict resolution: The role of group size and collective action in the micro-regulation of violence. Psychological Science, 22, 406-412. Summary A fundamental analysis of the nature of violence and when it...
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Myths and realities of female-perpetrated terrorism

Jacques, K., & Taylor, P. J. (2013). Myths and realities of female-perpetrated terrorism. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 35-44. Summary There is much discussion and conjecture about the pathway into terrorism and the ‘risk factors’ that are associated with such mobilisation.  This paper reports an analysis of the...
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The precision, accuracy, and efficiency of geographic profiling predictions

Bennell, C., Emeno, K., Snook, B., Taylor, P. & Goodwill, A.M. (2009). The precision, accuracy, and efficiency of geographic profiling predictions: a simple heuristic versus mathematical algorithms. Crime Mapping: A journal of Research & Practice, 1, 65-84. | Link to...
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