Journal Articles

  1. & WARRN - a forulation-based risk assessment procedure for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS): The view of clinicians. Jornal of Forensic Practice
  2. & Implicit measurement of violence-related cognitions.. Psychology of Violence 9(2), 235-243.
  3. & Psychopathy and impulsivity: The relationship of psychopathy to different aspects of UPPS-P impulsivity. Psychiatry Research 272, 474-482.
  4. & The Triarchic Model of Psychopathy and Antisocial Behavior: Results From an Offender Population With Personality Disorder. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 088626051985340
  5. & Emotional modulation of the pupil response in psychopathy.. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment
  6. & Psychopathy and impulsivity: The relationship of the triarchic model of psychopathy to different forms of impulsivity in offenders and community participants. Personality and Individual Differences 114, 134-139.
  7. & As Far as the Eye Can See: Relationship between Psychopathic Traits and Pupil Response to Affective Stimuli. PLOS ONE 12(1), e0167436
  8. & Risk taking and the triarchic model of psychopathy. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 1-14.
  9. & Pupillary Responses to Static Images of Men and Women: A Possible Measure of Sexual Interest?. The Journal of Sex Research, 1-11.
  10. & The pupil's response to affective pictures: Role of image duration, habituation, and viewing mode. Psychophysiology 53(8), 1217-1223.
  11. & Automatic Direction of Spatial Attention to Male Versus Female Stimuli: A Comparison of Heterosexual Men and Women. Archives of Sexual Behavior 45(4), 843-853.
  12. & Psychopathy in women: Prediction of criminality and violence in UK and USA psychiatric patients resident in the community. Psychiatry Research 237, 339-343.
  13. & Executive function in psychopathy: The Tower of London, Brixton Spatial Anticipation and the Hayling Sentence Completion Tests. 220(1-2), 483-489.