Emma Alleyne
Emma Alleyne
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, University of Kent
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Street gang theory and research: Where are we now and where do we go from here?
J Wood, E Alleyne
Aggression and violent behavior 15 (2), 100-111, 2010
Gang involvement: Psychological and behavioral characteristics of gang members, peripheral youth, and nongang youth
E Alleyne, JL Wood
Aggressive behavior 36 (6), 423-436, 2010
The multi-trajectory theory of adult firesetting (M-TTAF)
TA Gannon, C Ciardha, RM Doley, E Alleyne
Aggression and Violent Behavior 17 (2), 107-121, 2012
Female sexual abusers’ cognition: A systematic review
TA Gannon, EKA Alleyne
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 14 (1), 67-79, 2013
Gang involvement: Social and environmental factors
E Alleyne, JL Wood
Crime & Delinquency 60 (4), 547-568, 2014
Denying humanness to victims: How gang members justify violent behavior
E Alleyne, I Fernandes, E Pritchard
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 17 (6), 750-762, 2014
Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: Street gang membership, social and psychological factors.
JL Wood, E Alleyne, K Mozova, M James
Law and Human Behavior 38 (3), 203, 2014
Male imprisoned firesetters have different characteristics than other imprisoned offenders and require specialist treatment
TA Gannon, C Ciardha, MFL Barnoux, N Tyler, K Mozova, EKA Alleyne
Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes 76 (4), 349-364, 2013
Any of them will do: In‐group identification, out‐group entitativity, and gang membership as predictors of group‐based retribution
EA Vasquez, L Wenborne, M Peers, E Alleyne, K Ellis
Aggressive behavior 41 (3), 242-252, 2015
Gang membership: The psychological evidence
E Alleyne, JL Wood
Youth gangs in international perspective, 151-168, 2012
Community males show multiple-perpetrator rape proclivity: Development and preliminary validation of an interest scale
E Alleyne, TA Gannon, C Ciardha, JL Wood
Sexual Abuse 26 (1), 82-104, 2014
Gang-related crime: The social, psychological and behavioral correlates
E Alleyne, JL Wood
Psychology, Crime & Law 19 (7), 611-627, 2013
Adult-perpetrated animal abuse: Development of a proclivity scale
E Alleyne, L Tilston, C Parfitt, R Butcher
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (6), 570-588, 2015
Adult-perpetrated animal abuse: a systematic literature review
E Alleyne, C Parfitt
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 20 (3), 344-357, 2019
Specialist group therapy for psychological factors associated with firesetting: Evidence of a treatment effect from a non-randomized trial with male prisoners
TA Gannon, E Alleyne, H Butler, H Danby, A Kapoor, T Lovell, K Mozova, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 73, 42-51, 2015
Psychological and behavioural characteristics that distinguish street gang members in custody
E Alleyne, JL Wood, K Mozova, M James
Legal and Criminological Psychology 21 (2), 266-285, 2016
Animal abuse proclivity: Behavioral, personality and regulatory factors associated with varying levels of severity
CH Parfitt, E Alleyne
Psychology, Crime & Law 24 (5), 538-557, 2018
Taking it out on the dog: psychological and behavioral correlates of animal abuse proclivity
C Parfitt, E Alleyne
society & animals 24 (1), 1-16, 2016
Street gangs: Group processes and theoretical explanations.
JL Wood, E Alleyne
Routledge, 2013
To report, or not to report, animal abuse: the role of perceived self‐efficacy in veterinarians’ decision‐making
E Alleyne, O Sienauskaite, J Ford
Veterinary record 185 (17), 538-538, 2019
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