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Investigating the Influence of Causal Attributions on Both the Worksheet and Checklist Versions of the HCR-20

Journal Article
Murray, J., Charles, K. E., Cooke, D. J., & Thomson, M. E. (2014)
Investigating the Influence of Causal Attributions on Both the Worksheet and Checklist Versions of the HCR-20. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 13(1), 8-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/14999013.2014.890978
Attribution theories suggest that when assessing an individual's actions, judgments are made about the cause of these behaviours and often these judgments focus on internal or...

Investigating the relationship between justice-vengeance motivations and punitive sentencing recommendations: Justice-vengeance motivations

Journal Article
Murray, J., Thomson, M. E., Cooke, D. J., & Charles, K. E. (2013)
Investigating the relationship between justice-vengeance motivations and punitive sentencing recommendations: Justice-vengeance motivations. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 18(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.2044-8333.2011.02021.x
Purpose. The present research investigated the relationship between underlying justice and vengeance motivations and sentencing recommendations made by expert clinicians, semi...

Seeing More Clearly with Glasses?: The Impact of Glasses and Technology on Unfamiliar Face Matching and Identification of Facial Composites

Conference Proceeding
McIntyre, A. H., Hancock, P. J., Frowd, C. D., & Bruce, V. (2010)
Seeing More Clearly with Glasses?: The Impact of Glasses and Technology on Unfamiliar Face Matching and Identification of Facial Composites. In 2010 International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST)doi:10.1109/est.2010.30
The development of facial identification technologies is of vital importance for security. We demonstrate that psychology can ensure innovation produces applications with effe...

Effecting an improvement to the fitness function. How to evolve a more identifiable face.

Conference Proceeding
Frowd, C., Park, J., McIntyre, A., Bruce, V., Pitchford, M., Fields, S., …Hancock, P. J. (2008)
Effecting an improvement to the fitness function. How to evolve a more identifiable face. In ECSIS Symposium on Bio-inspired Learning and Intelligent Systems for Security, 2008. BLISS '08doi:10.1109/bliss.2008.28
Constructing the face of a criminal from the selection of individual facial parts is a hard task. We have been working on a new system called EvoFIT that involves the selectio...

Evolving the face of a criminal: How to search a face space more effectively.

Conference Proceeding
Frowd, C. D., Bruce, V., Gannon, C., Robinson, M., Tredoux, C., Park, J., …Hancock, P. J. (2007)
Evolving the face of a criminal: How to search a face space more effectively. In ECSIS Symposium on Bio-inspired, Learning, and Intelligent Systems for Security, 2007. BLISS 2007doi:10.1109/bliss.2007.28
Witnesses and victims of serious crime are often required to construct a facial composite, a visual likeness of a suspect's face. The traditional method is for them to select ...

Adding Holistic Dimensions to a Facial Composite System

Conference Proceeding
Frowd, C., Bruce, V., McIntyre, A., & Hancock, P. (2006)
Adding Holistic Dimensions to a Facial Composite System. In 7th International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition, 2006. FGR 2006doi:10.1109/fgr.2006.20
Facial composites are typically constructed by witnesses to crime by describing a suspect?s face and then selecting facial features from a kit of parts. Unfortunately, when pr...

The relative importance of external and internal features of facial composites

Journal Article
Frowd, C., Bruce, V., McIntyre, A., & Hancock, P. (2007)
The relative importance of external and internal features of facial composites. British Journal of Psychology, 98(1), 61-77. doi:10.1348/000712606x104481
Three experiments are reported that compare the quality of external with internal regions within a set of facial composites using two matching-type tasks. Composites are const...

Not to Naught be Brought: Paul Celan and the Necessary Failure of the Ever Coming Word

Journal Article
Neill, C. (2017)
Not to Naught be Brought: Paul Celan and the Necessary Failure of the Ever Coming Word. Annual review of critical psychology : action research, 13,
No abstract available.

Do electric sheep dream of androids? On the place of fantasy in the consideration of the nonhuman

Book
Neill, C. (2018)
Do electric sheep dream of androids? On the place of fantasy in the consideration of the nonhuman. In G. Basu Thakur, & J. M. Dickstein (Eds.), Lacan and the Nonhuman, 213-225. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63817-1_11
From Karel Čapek’s R.U.R. through to Rosi Braidotti’s non-human actors, in fiction and theory alike, the notion of the non-human often runs very close to the human against whi...

Aggressiveness in psychoanalysis.

Book Chapter
Neill, C., & Eyers, T. (in press)
Aggressiveness in psychoanalysis. In Reading the Écrits – A Guide to Lacan’s works Vol 1Taylor & Francis
No abstract available.