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Quick links for December 2010


A round-up of December tweets from crimepsychblog New Journal Issues Women & Criminal Justice 20(4), articles on IPV, life sentences and risk Justice Qtrly 27(6), articles on transgender prisoners, gangs, social learning theory, self-control, in-reach Dec 10 issue of Learning & Individual Differences 21(1) has special section on education of children in detention [...]

A month’s-worth of tweets, 25 Oct to 22 November


A month’s worth of tweets in one post (I know, I know, but I’ve been away). New journal issues Free: J of Police & Criminal Psychology 25(2). All articles FREE ACCESS at the moment Cambridge Journals offer FREE access to select papers in Psychological Medicine, incl some with forensic relevance Some good stuff [...]

Quick Links for 11 to 24 October


So here’s what I’ve been twittering about for the last few days. (Follow crimepsychblog here:!/crimepsychblog) Freebies: Springer is offering free access to many journals til 30 November. No registration required. Here’s Law and Human Behavior and here is Law and Human Behavior, 34(1), a special on interrogation and confession The entire digital [...]

Quick links for 30 Sept to 10 October


A reminder that there’s just five days left to get your hands on all Sage Journals’ content. Free trial giving full-text access to ALL Sage Journal content ends 15 Oct. Don’t miss out, register here: New research New issue: The latest Journal Contemporary Criminal Justice [26(4)] is a special on criminal investigation, with articles [...]

Quick links for 19 Sept to 26 Sept 2010


New issues: J. Contemporary Criminal Justice 26(2) focuses on General Strain Theory Deviant Behavior 31(8) crime & solidarity, female prisoners, criminalisation of midwives Victims & Offenders: Volume 5 Issue 4 Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy 20(3) New articles: “When children commit atrocities in war”, Global Change, [...]

Twitter Updates for 2010-08-29


Why Jessica Stern studies violence: Raped age 15; police investign over whn father said she "seemed to have forgotten it" # Workplace violence / terrorism: DoD releases report “Lessons Learned from Fort Hood.” # Video via @WRY999 Jim Fallon discusses Neuroscience of Murder & Aggression "Exploring the Mind of a Killer". Fascinating. [...]

Twitter Updates for 2010-08-28


New issue: Crime & Delinquency 56(4). Articles on Juvenile justice, community policing, released Inmates, risk, control. # New research: Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls. Linguistic analysis method 50-65% accuracy. SSRN via # New study On Violence Prevention And Intervention Employing Street Outreach Workers. # Press release (bad spelling), new book: [...]

Twitter Updates for 2010-08-25


New research: Turning a blind eye to double blind line-ups Wright et al in Applied Cog Psych 24: 849–867 # New research: Effect of suspicion & liars' strategies on reality monitoring Gnisci, Caso & Vrij in more info App Cog Psy 24:762–773 # Call for papers now open for APLS, EAPL & ANZAPPL [...]

Twitter Updates for 2010-08-24


RT @ TheJuryExpert Slate interview with Innocence Project co-founder c/o @mindhacks # RT @FPsych Guilty, Not Guilty, Not proven: Australian Research: NB link direct to pdf # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Updates for 2010-08-21


RT@ TheJuryExpert Thoughts on how to use probability 4 courtroom persuasion from a statistician & a trial consultant # Powered by Twitter Tools