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Birks, DJ; (2005) Computational Criminology: A Multi-Agent Simulation of Volume Crime Activity. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Conference, July, University of Leeds, UK.

Birks, DJ; Johnson, SD; Bowers, KJ; (2005) Patterns of Crime: Theory and Investigation. Presented at: 10th Annual Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, June, University of Essex, UK.

Borrion, H; Griffiths, HD; Tait, P; Money, D; Baker, CJ; (2005) One-dimensional model-based approach for ISAR imaging. In: IGARSS 2005: IEEE INTERNATIONAL GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING SYMPOSIUM, VOLS 1-8, PROCEEDINGS. (pp. 312 - 315). IEEE

Borrion, H; Griffiths, HD; Tait, P; Money, D; Baker, CJ; (2005) Scattering centre extraction for extended targets. In: 2005 IEEE INTERNATIONAL RADAR, CONFERENCE RECORD. (pp. 173 - 178). IEEE

Bowers, K; Johnson, SD; (2005) Using Publicity for Preventative Purposes. In: Tilley, N, (ed.) Handbook of Crime Prevention: Theory, Policy and Practice. (pp. 329-354). Willian Publishing: London.

Bowers, KJ; Johnson, SD; (2005) Domestic burglary repeats and space-time clusters: the dimensions of risk. European Journal of Criminology , 2 (1) pp. 67-92. 10.1177/1477370805048631.

Bowers, KJ; Johnson, SD; Birks, DJ; McLaughlin, L; (2005) Forecasting Future Locations of Crime:Does it work in Practice? Presented at: American Society of Criminology Conference.

Bowers, KJ; Johnson, SD; Hirschfield, AFG; (2005) Closing off opportunities for crime: An evaluation of alley-gating. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research , 10 (4) pp. 285-308. 10.1007/s10610-005-5502-0.

Bowers, KJ; Johnson, SD; Pease, K; (2005) Victimisation and re-victimisation risk, housing type and area: A study of interactions. Crime Prevention and Community Safety , 7 (1) pp. 7-17. 10.1057/palgrave.cpcs.8140205.

Bowers, KJ; Johnson, SD; Pease, K; (2005) Victimisation risk, housing type and area: the ecological fallacy lives! Crime Prevention and Community Safety , 7 (1) pp. 7-17. 10.5555/crpr.2005.7.1.7.

Bull, PA; Morgan, RM; Dunkerley, S; Wilson, HE; (2005) 'SEM-EDS analysis and discrimination of forensic soil’. A comment. Forensic Science International , 155 (2-3) pp. 222-224.

Bull, PA; Morgan, RM; Wilson, HE; Dunkerley, S; (2005) Multi-technique comparison of source and primary transfer soil samples: an experimental investigation’. A Comment. Science and Justice , 44 (3) pp. 173-176.

Burrows, J; Hopkins, M; Robinson, A; Speed, M; Tilley, N; (2005) Understanding the Attrition Process in Volume Crime Investigation. (Home Office Research Studies 295 ). Home Office: London.

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Chainey, S; Ratcliffe, J; (2005) GIS and Crime Mapping. [Book]. Mastering GIS. (1 ed.). John Wiley and Sons: Chichester.

Chetty, K; Eckersley, RJ; (2005) Modeling the nonlinear microbubble response to coded, multi-pulse sequences. In: 2005 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Vols 1-4. (pp. 2007 - 2010). IEEE

Clarke, RV; Newman, GRE; (2005) Designing Out Crime from Products and Systems: v. 18 (Crime Prevention Studies). [Book]. Crime Prevention Studies, vol. 18. (1st ed.). Criminal Justice Press &Willan Publishing: Monsey, NY & Cullompton.

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Dascal, M; Dror, IE; (2005) The impact of cognitive technologies: Towards a pragmatic approach. Pragmatics and Cognition , 13 (3) pp. 451-457. 10.1075/pc.13.3.03das.

Donkin, S; Wellsmith, M; (2005) Cars Stolen in Burglaries: The Sandwell Experience. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Conference, Leeds..

Dror, I; (2005) Experts and technology: Do's & don'ts. Biometric Technology Today , 13 (9) pp. 7-9. 10.1016/S0969-4765(05)70429-X.

Dror, I; (2005) Technology and human expertise: Some do’s and don’ts. Biometric Technology Today, 13 (9), 7-9. , 13 (9) pp. 7-9.

Dror, I; Thomas, R; (2005) The cognitive neuroscience laboratory: A framework for the science of mind. In: Erneling, C and Johnson, D, (eds.) The Mind as a Scientific Object: Between Brain and Culture. (pp. 283-292). Oxford University Press

Dror, IE; (2005) Perception is far from perfection: The role of the brain and mind in constructing realities. Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 28 (6) 763 - 763. 10.1017/S0140525X05270139. Green open access
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Dror, IE; Péron, AE; Hind, SL; Charlton, D; (2005) When emotions get the better of us: The effect of contextual top-down processing on matching fingerprints. Applied Cognitive Psychology , 19 (6) pp. 799-809. 10.1002/acp.1130.

Dror, IE; Schmitz-Williams, IC; Smith, W; (2005) Older adults use mental representations that reduce cognitive load: mental rotation utilizes holistic representations and processing. Exp Aging Res , 31 (4) pp. 409-420. 10.1080/03610730500206725.

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Eck, J; Chainey, S; Cameron, J; Wilson, R; (2005) Mapping crime: Understanding Hotspots. National Institute of Justice: Washington DC. Green open access
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Farrell, G; Bowers, K; Johnson, SD; (2005) Making Cost-Benefit Analysis Useful for Criminal Justice Evaluations by using a Limited Portfolio of Benefit-Cost Ratios: A Framework and an Example using Evidence from the Burglary Reduction Initiative. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: New Approaches to Preventing and Detecting Crime. (pp. 56-81). Willian Publishing

Forrest, S; Myhill, A; Tilley, N; (2005) Practical Lessons for Involving the Community in Crime and Disorder Problem-Solving. (Development and Practice Reports 43 ). Home Office: London.

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Johnson, SD; Bowers, K; Pease, K; (2005) Predicting the Future or Summarising the Past? Crime Mapping as Anticipation. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Launching Crime Science. (pp. 145-163). Willan: London.

Johnson, SD; Bowers, KJ; (2005) Patterns of Crime:Theory and Investigation. Presented at: Workshop on Economic Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA).

Johnson, SD; Bowers, KJ; Birks, DJ; McLaughlin, L; (2005) Burglary Prediction, Theory, Flow and Friction. Presented at: British Society of Criminology Conference.

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Laycock, G; (2005) Crime, Science and Evaluation. Criminal Justice Matters (62) pp. 10-11.

Laycock, G; (2005) Intelligent Crime Fighting. Public Service Review: Trade and Industry (8)

Laycock, G; (2005) Intelligent Crime Fighting: what can technology offer in the fight against crime? Public Service Review: Home Office (12)

Laycock, G; Webb, B; (2005) Designing out crime from the UK vehicle licensing system. In: Clarke, RV, (ed.) Crime Prevention Studies.

Laycock, GK; (2005) Defining Crime Science. In: Smith, M and J and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: New approaches to preventing and detecting crime. (pp. 3-24). Willan Publishing: Devon.

Laycock, GK; (2005) Deciding what to do. In: Tilley, N, (ed.) Handboook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety. (pp. 674-698). Willan Publishing: Tavistock, Devon.

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Morgan, RM; Bull, PA; Paskoff, R; (2005) of the Cerro El Dragón coastal dune, Iquique, Atacama desert, Chile. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie , 49 (2) pp. 167-182.

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Pease, K; (2005) No through road: closing pathways to crime. In: Moss, K and Stephens, M, (eds.) Crime Reduction and the Law. (pp. 50-66). Routledge: Oxford.

Pease, K; (2005) Science in the service of crime reduction. In: Tilley, N, (ed.) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety. (pp. 173-199). Willan Publishing: Uffculme, Devon.

Priftis, K; Rusconi, E; Rusconi, ML; Umilta, C; (2005) Implicit processing of Arabic digits in left visuospatial hemineglect. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE p. 67.

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Rusconi, E; (2005) Agnosia per gli stimoli speculari. Neurological Sciences , 26 S77-S79.

Rusconi, E; Kwan, B; Giordano, B; Umiltà, C; Butterworth, B; (2005) The mental space of pitch height. Ann N Y Acad Sci , 1060 pp. 195-197. 10.1196/annals.1360.056.

Rusconi, E; Turatto, M; Umilta, C; (2005) The Simon and the SNARC effect in inferior parietal lobule: A study with RTMS. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE p. 153.

Rusconi, E; Walsh, V; Butterworth, B; (2005) Dexterity with Numbers: rTMS Over Left Angular Gyrus Disrupts Finger Gnosis and Number Processing. Neuropsychologia , 43 (11) pp.1609-1624.

Rusconi, E; Walsh, V; Butterworth, B; (2005) Dexterity with numbers: rTMS over left angular gyrus disrupts finger gnosis and number processing. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD

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Smith, M; Webb, B; (2005) Vehicle Excise Duty evasion in the UK. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: new approaches to crime detection and prevention. Willan: Devon.

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Tilley, N; (2005) Asking the right questions in criminal justice evaluations. Criminal Justice Matters , 62 (1) pp. 12-13. 10.1080/09627250508553090.

Tilley, N; (2005) Crime Reduction: A Quarter Century Review. Public Money and Management , 25 (5) pp. 267-274. 10.1111/j.1467-9302.2005.00483.x.

Tilley, N; (2005) Strategies and Tactics: Contexts and Mechanisms -- The Essence of Effective Prevention. International Review of Victimology , 12 (1) pp. 91-106. 10.1177/026975800501200106.

Tilley, NJ; (2005) Crime Science: new approaches to preventing and detecting crime. Willan: Cullompton, Devon.

Tilley, NJ; (2005) Driving down crime at motorway service stations. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: New Approaches to Preventing and Detecting Crime. Willan: Cullompton, Devon.

Tilley, NJ; (2005) Crime prevention and system design. In: Tilley, N, (ed.) Handbook of rime Prevention and Community Safety. Willan: Cullompton, Devon.

Tilley, PN; (2005) Handbook Of Crime Prevention And Community Safety. Willan Pub

Townsley, M; Czarnomski, S; (2005) The Tackling Drug Supply Award winners 2004: A review. [Book]. Home Office: London.

Townsley, M; Smith, M; (2005) The Tackling Drug Supply Awards winners 2005: A review. [Book]. Home Office: London.

Tseloni, A; Knutsson, J; Laycock, G; (2005) Repeat Victimisation Introduction. International Review of Victimology , 12 pp. 47-49.

Tseloni, A; Pease, K; (2005) Population inequality: the case of repeat victimization. International Review of Victimology , 12 (1) pp. 75-90.

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WORTLEY, R; (2005) Child pornography. In: Natarajan, M, (ed.) Introduction to International Criminal Justice. (? - ?). Learning Solutions

WORTLEY, R; Stewart, A; (2005) Individual explanations for crime. In: Goldsmith, A and Daly, K and Israel, M, (eds.) Crime and Justice. (? - ?). Lawbook Co.

WORTLEY, R; Summers, L; (2005) Reducing prison disorder through situational prevention: The Glen Parva experience. In: Smith, DMJ and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime science. (? - ?). Willan Pub

Webb, B; (2005) Preventing vehicle crime. In: Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety. (pp. 458-485). Willan: Devon.

Webb, B; Smith, C; (2005) DNA Fast Tracking. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: new approaches to crime detection and prevention. Willan: Devon.

Webb, B; Smith, C; Brock, A; Townsley, M; (2005) DNA fast tracking. In: Smith, M and Tilley, N, (eds.) Crime science: New approaches to preventing and detecting crime,. (pp. 167-190). Willan Publishing

Webb, B; Smith, M; Laycock, G; (2005) Designing out vehicle crime through vehicle licencing and registration systems. In: Maxfield, MG and Clarke, RV, (eds.) Understanding and Preventing Car Theft, Crime Prevention Studies.

Wellsmith, M; Burrell, A; (2005) The Influence of Purchase Price and Ownership Levels on Theft Targets: The Example of Domestic Burglary. British Journal of Criminology , 45 (5) pp. 741-764. 10.1093/bjc/azi003.

Wellsmith, M; Guille, H; (2005) Fixed penalty notices as a means of offender selection. International Journal of Police Science and Management , 7 (1) pp. 36-43.

Wortley, RAS; L, ; (2005) Reducing prison disorder through situational prevention: the Glen Parva experience. In: Smith, MJ and Nittley, N, (eds.) Crime Science: New approaches to preventing and detecting crime. (pp. 85-103). Willan Publishing: Devon, UK.

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