Dr Maria Ioannou
Dr Maria Ioannou
Professor Investigative & Forensic Psychology/Director Secure Societies Institute
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TitleCited byYear
A multivariate model of stalking behaviours
DV Canter, M Ioannou
Behaviormetrika 31 (2), 113-130, 2004
512004
Criminals emotional experiences during crimes
DV Canter, M Ioannou
International Journal of Forensic Psychology 1 (2), 71-81, 2004
432004
Online trolling: the case of Madeleine McCann
J Synnott, A Coulias, M Ioannou
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 70-78, 2017
392017
The facet structure of criminal narratives
DV Canter, C Kaouri, M Ioannou
Facet theory: Towards cumulative social science, 27-38, 2003
342003
A review of the polygraph: history, methodology and current status
J Synnott, D Dietzel, M Ioannou
Crime Psychology Review 1 (1), 59-83, 2015
262015
Criminal narrative experience: Relating emotions to offence narrative roles during crime commission
M Ioannou, D Canter, D Youngs
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 61 (14 …, 2017
192017
Expressive and instrumental offending: Reconciling the paradox of specialisation and versatility
D Youngs, M Ioannou, J Eagles
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (4 …, 2016
192016
Safer sex in the city: The experience and management of street prostitution
M Ioannou
Routledge, 2016
172016
Genuine and simulated suicide notes: An analysis of content
M Ioannou, A Debowska
Forensic science international 245, 151-160, 2014
172014
Offenders’ crime narratives across different types of crimes
M Ioannou, D Canter, D Youngs, J Synnott
Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 15 (5), 383-400, 2015
162015
A model for differentiating school shooters characteristics
M Ioannou, L Hammond, O Simpson
Journal of Criminal Psychology, 2015
152015
Child homicide: generating victim and suspect risk profiles
M Ioannou, L Hammond, J Roach, R Bryant
Journal of Criminal Psychology, 2015
142015
Psychosocial correlates of recidivism in a sample of ex-prisoners: the role of oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder
D Boduszek, R Belsher, K Dhingra, M Ioannou
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 25 (1), 61-76, 2014
132014
A content analysis of online suicide notes: Attempted suicide versus attempt resulting in suicide.
H Synnott, J., Ioannou, M., Coyne, A.
Suicide and life threatening-behavior, 2017
12*2017
Homicide-suicide offences: description, classification and short case studies
M Ioannou, L Hammond, J Sturup, S Caman
Journal of Criminal Psychology, 2015
122015
The changing face of homicide research: The shift in empirical focus and emerging research trends
M Ioannou, L Hammond
Journal of Criminal Psychology, 2015
122015
An empirical framework of control methods of victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation
M Ioannou, MSD Oostinga
Global crime 16 (1), 34-49, 2015
122015
Hero or villain?: criminals' experience of crime
M Ioannou
University of Liverpool, 2006
122006
Applying the criminal narrative experience framework to young offenders
M Ioannou, J Synnott, E Lowe, C Tzani-Pepelasi
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 62 (13 …, 2018
102018
A comparison of online and offline grooming characteristics: An application of the victim roles model
M Ioannou, J Synnott, A Reynolds, J Pearson
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 291-297, 2018
102018
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