Social psychology, Crime scene, Offender profiling, Criminology and Clinical psychology are her primary areas of study. Laurence Alison has included themes like Interview and Witness in her Social psychology study. Her Interview research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Autonomy, Motivational interviewing, Interrogation and Empathy.
Laurence Alison integrates many fields, such as Crime scene, Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention, Investigative psychology and Sample, in her works. Laurence Alison interconnects Lust and Law Reports in the investigation of issues within Criminology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dominance and Sexual violence, Gang rape.
Laurence Alison mainly investigates Social psychology, Criminology, Offender profiling, Human factors and ergonomics and Suspect. Her work in the fields of Interpersonal communication overlaps with other areas such as Suicide prevention. Her work on Arson is typically connected to Sample and Child pornography as part of general Criminology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Her research in Offender profiling is mostly concerned with Investigative psychology. Laurence Alison regularly ties together related areas like Injury prevention in her Human factors and ergonomics studies. Her Suspect study frequently links to related topics such as Interrogation.
Laurence Alison mostly deals with Criminology, Social psychology, Terrorism, Orbit and Interrogation. Her work on Arson as part of general Criminology study is frequently connected to Offender profiling, Key features and Child pornography, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her study in Gang rape extends to Social psychology with its themes.
Her research investigates the link between Terrorism and topics such as Applied psychology that cross with problems in Occupational safety and health, Consistency, Open-source intelligence and Crime prevention. Her study in Interrogation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Emotion management and Cognitive flexibility. In Aeronautics, Laurence Alison works on issues like Interview, which are connected to Law enforcement.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Terrorism, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Interrogation and Information sharing. Her studies deal with areas such as Interpersonal communication and City centre as well as Terrorism. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Consistency, overlaps with other areas such as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Her Applied psychology research incorporates themes from Group membership, Violent extremism, Checklist, Open-source intelligence and Crime prevention. Her Interrogation research integrates issues from Government, Credibility, Public relations and Psychological research. Her study on Information sharing is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Meaning.
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The Organized/Disorganized Typology of Serial Murder: Myth or Model?
David V. Canter;Laurence J. Alison;Emily Alison;Natalia Wentink.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2004)
Differentiating sex offences: a behaviorally based thematic classification of stranger rapes.
David V. Canter;Craig Bennell;Laurence J. Alison;Steve Reddy.
Behavioral Sciences & The Law (2003)
THE PERSONALITY PARADOX IN OFFENDER PROFILING A Theoretical Review of the Processes Involved in Deriving Background Characteristics From Crime Scene Actions
Laurence Alison;Craig Bennell;Andreas Mokros;David Ormerod.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2002)
Why Tough Tactics Fail and Rapport Gets Results: Observing Rapport-Based Interpersonal Techniques (ORBIT) to Generate Useful Information From Terrorists
Laurence J. Alison;Emily Alison;Geraldine Noone;Stamatis Elntib.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2013)
Is offender profiling possible? Testing the predicted homology of crime scene actions and background characteristics in a sample of rapists
Andreas Mokros;Laurence J. Alison.
Legal and Criminological Psychology (2002)
Sadomasochistically oriented behavior: diversity in practice and meaning.
L Alison;P Santtila;N K Sandnabba;N Nordling.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2001)
Critical incident stress debriefing and its effects on coping strategies and anger in a sample of Australian police officers involved in shooting incidents
Ross Leonard;Laurence Alison.
Work & Stress (1999)
Pragmatic solutions to offender profiling and behavioural investigative advice
Laurence Alison;Alasdair Goodwill;Louise Almond;Claudia van den Heuvel.
Legal and Criminological Psychology (2010)
Unobtrusive measurement: using police information for forensic research
Laurence J. Alison;Brent Snook;Kristin L. Stein.
Qualitative Research (2001)
Demographics, sexual behaviour, family background and abuse experiences of practitioners of sadomasochistic sex: a review of recent research
N. Kenneth Sandnabba;Pekka Santtila;Laurence Alison;Niklas Nordling.
Sexual and Relationship Therapy (2002)
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