C-FIRM publication list

Juvenile offending

Borrill, J., Maden, A., Weaver, T., Stimson, G., Farrell, M., Barnes, T... Briggs, D. (2003). Differential treatment needs of women, ethnic minorities and young offenders in prison: prevalence of substance misuse and treatment needs. Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Online Report 33/03. Home Office: London.

Harden, S., Michelle P., Stathis, S. Geritz, K., Hasan, T, Spiller, M…Allen, A. (2014). Responding to the challenge of problem sexual behaviour by young people in Queensland – an opinion. Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand, 32 – 39.

O’Leary, J., O’Toole, J., & Watt, B. D. (2013). Exploring juvenile fitness for trial in Queensland. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 853-866. doi: 10.1080/13218719.2012.745059

Watt, B. D., Robin, G., Fleming, L., & Graf, E. (2013). Complex needs assessment panel and integrated support (CNAPIS): Description and initial evaluation. Advances in Mental Health, 152-156. doi: 10.5172/jamh.2013.11.2.1

Withington, T., Olgivie, J. M., & Watt, B. D. (2013). A Brief report of the characteristics of adolescents with identified sexually abusive behaviours referred to a forensic child and youth mental health service. Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand, 5, 40 - 44.

 Adult offending 

Borril, J., Burnett, R., Atkins, R., Miller, S., Briggs, D., Weaver, T., & Maden, A. (2003). Patterns of self-harm and attempted suicide among white and black/mixed race female prisoners. Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health, 13(4), 229-240.

Borrill, J., Maden, A., Weaver, T., Stimson, G., Farrell, M., Barnes, T., Burnett, R., Miller, S., & Briggs, D. (2003). Differential treatment needs of women, ethnic minorities and young offenders in prison: prevalence of substance misuse and treatment needs. Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Online Report 33/03. London: Home Office.

Borrill, J., Maden, A., Weaver, T., Stimson, G., Farrell, M., Barnes, T… & Briggs, D. (2003). Substance misuse among white and black/mixed race female prisoners. In M. Ramsay (Ed.), Prisoners drug use and treatment: Seven research studies. Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Research Study 267, CH4. Retrieved from: http://www.dldocs.stir.ac.uk/documents/hors267.pdf

Brown, J., Miller, S., O’Neill, D., & Northey, S. (2014). What works in therapeutic prisons. Evaluating psychological change in Dovegate Therapeutic Community. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cannon, A., Doley, R., Ferguson, C. and Brooks, N. (2012). Antisocial personality disorder and therapeutic justice court programs. Journal of Judicial Administration, 22(2), 85-101.

Doley, R. (2000). Want to make a bet? Gambling and crime in Australasia. (Critical Issues in Policing No. 4). Adelaide, South Australia: Australasian Centre for Policing Research.

Doley, R. (2003). Making sense of arson through classification. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 10(2), 346-352. doi: 10.1375/pplt.2003.10.2.346     

Ferguson, C., Doley, R., & Watt, B. (2015). Arson-associated homicide in Australia: A 5-year follow-up. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Fritzon, K., & Wilson, P. (Eds.) (2008). Forensic and criminal psychology: An Australasian perspective. Melbourne, VIC: McGraw Hill .

Fritzon, K. & Brun, A. (2005). Beyond Columbine: An actions systems model of school homicide. Psychology, Crime and Law, 11(1), 53-71. doi:10.1080/1068316042000209314

Fritzon, K. (2005) Assessing the reliability of interviews with vulnerable witnesses. In L.J. Alison (Ed.), Offender profiling and crime analysis: A forensic psychologist’s casebook (pp. 278-296).Devon, United Kingdom: Willan Publishing.

Fritzon, K. (2010). Arson. In J. Brown, & E. Campbell (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of forensic psychology (pp.623-629). Cambridge University Press.

Fritzon, K. (2013). Systemic models of criminal differentiation. In D. E. Youngs (Ed.) Behavioural analysis of crime: Studies in David Canter’s investigative psychology (pp. 49-66). United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Fritzon, K. & Garbutt, R. (2001) A fatal interaction: the role of the victim and function of aggression in intrafamilial homicide. Psychology, Crime and Law, 7, 309-331. doi:10.1080/10683160108401800

Fritzon, K. & Kebbell, M. (2008). Research methods in forensic psychology. In K. Fritzon, & P. Wilson (Eds.), Forensic and criminal psychology: An Australasian perspective (pp. 165-172). Melbourne, VIC: McGraw-Hill Australia.

Fritzon, K. & Miller, S. (2010) Functional consistency in female forensic psychiatric patients: An actions systems theory approach. In M. Daffern, L. Jones, & J. Shine (Eds.) Offence paralleling behaviour: An individualised approach to offender assessment and treatment (pp.37-150). London: J Wiley & Sons.

Fritzon, K. & Watts, A. (2003). Preventing crime. In R. Bull, & D. Carson (Ed.), Handbook of psychology in legal contexts, 2nd edition (pp.229-244). Chichester, United Kingdom: J. Wiley & Sons

Fritzon, K., Canter, D., & Wilton, Z. (2001).The application of an Action Systems model to destructive behaviour: The examples of arson and terrorism. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 19, 657-690. doi: 10.1002/bsl.464

Fritzon, K., Ferrari, C., & Fleming, L. (2010). Personality and social risk factors for driving offences. In Hicks, R.E. (Ed.)  Personality and Individual Differences: Current Directions. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press.

Hollows, K., & Fritzon, K. (2012). ‘Ordinary men’ or ‘evil monsters’?: An Action Systems model of genocidal actions and characteristics of perpetrators, Law & Human Behavior36, 458-467. doi: 10.1037/h0093987

Last, S. & Fritzon, K. (2005). Investigating the nature of expressiveness in stranger, acquaintance and intrafamilial homicide. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 2, 179-193. doi: 10.1002/jip.36

Miller, S. & Brown, J. (2010). HMP Dovegate’s therapeutic community: An analysis of reconviction data. Therapeutic Communities Journal, 31 (1), 62-75. Retrieved from: http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/32329/

Miller, S. & Fritzon, K. (2007). Functional consistency across two behavioral modalities: fire-setting and self-harm in female special hospital patients. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 17 (1), 31-44. doi: 10.1002/cbm.637

Miller, S. (2011). Prevalence of intimate partner violence and perpetrator characteristics with the Scottish prison service. Report submitted to Scottish Prison Service.

Miller, S. (2012). Sexual offender lack of engagement in offender behaviour programs within the Scottish prison service. Report submitted to Scottish Prison Service.

Neville, L., Miller, S., & Fritzon, K. (2007). Understanding change in a therapeutic community: An action systems approach. Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 18, 181-203. doi:10.1080/14789940601108439

Ridgeway, J. & Fritzon, K. (2001). Near-death experience: The role of victim reaction in attempted homicide. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16(7), 679-696.

Watt, B. D., Kohphet, A., Oberin, D., & Keating, S. (2013). The relationship between violent fantasy and alcohol misuse in aggressive behaviours. Australian Psychologist, 48, 452–458. doi: 10.1111/ap.12011

Ang, J., (2011). Introduction to terrorism: Understanding and interviewing terrorists. In B. E. Turvey (Ed.), Criminal profiling: An introduction to behavioural evidence analysis (pp. 569 583). Oxford, United Kingdom: Academic Press, Elsevier

Deliberate Firesetting 

Bell, R. (2015). Working with adult arsonists: Therapeutic process issues. In R. Doley, G. Dickens & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Canter, D. & Fritzon, K. (1998) Differentiating Arsonists: A model of firesetting actions and characteristics. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 3, 73-96.

Dickens, G., Doley, R., & Gannon, T. (2015). Considerations for future arson offender research and treatment. In R. Doley, G. Dickens & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Dolan, M., McEwan, T., Doley, R. & Fritzon, K. (2011). Risk factors and risk assessment in juvenile firesetting. Psychology, Psychiatry and Law, 18, 378-394. doi:10.1080/13218719.2011.559154

Doley, R. (2003). Pyromania. Fact or fiction? British Journal of Criminology, 43(4), 797-807. doi: 10.1093/bjc/43.4.797

Doley, R. (2000). Screening for arson - is it imminent?  Is it possible? Firepoint, 17-20.

Doley, R & Fritzon, K. (2008). Assessment and treatment of fire-setting behaviour. In K. Fritzon and P. Wilson (eds.), Forensic Psychology and Criminology: An Australasian perspective (pp.101-110). Melbourne, VIC: McGraw-Hill Australia.

Doley, R. (1998). Forging partnerships: Fire fighters, the community and arson. Australasian Fire Authorities Council Conference, (pp. 349-358).

Doley, R. (2003). Making sense of arson through classification. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 10(2), 346-352. doi: 10.1375/pplt.2003.10.2.346 

Doley, R. (2003). Pyromania. Fact or fiction? British Journal of Criminology, 43, 797-807. doi: 10.1093/bjc/43.4.797

Doley, R. (2007). The evolution of child fire involvement. California Fire/Arson Investigator. USA: International Association of Arson Investigators.

Doley, R. (2009). A snapshot of serial arson in Australia. Saarbrücken: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Doley, R. (2009). Arsonists in our midst. Security Solutions, 58, 56-66

Doley, R. (2012). Treating firesetters in Australia: ACART Firesetter Treatment Program. Firepoint, 23, 10-15.

Doley, R. (2006). Childhood fire play to adult arson: Is there a progression?  Firepoint, 66, 14-16.

Doley, R., & Ellis-Smith, T. (2015). Self-incineration. In R. Doley, G. Dickens, & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Doley, R., & Fineman, K. (2012). Firefighter arson. In G. Dickens, P. Sugarman, & T. Gannon (Eds.), Firesetting and mental health: Theory, research and practice (pp. 143-164). London, UK: RCPsych Pubs.

Doley, R., & Watt, B. (2012). Assessment of firesetters. In G. Dickens, P. Sugarman, & T. Gannon (Eds.), Firesetting and mental health: Theory, research and practice (pp. 184-205). London, UK: RCPsych Pubs.

Doley, R., Dickens, G., & Gannon, T. (Eds.) (2015). Risk Assessment and Treatment of Deliberate Firesetters. In R. Doley, G. Dickens, & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters.  Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Doley, R., Dickens, G., & Gannon, T. (2015). Introduction: Deliberate malicious firesetting – an overview. In R. Doley, G. Dickens & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Doley, R., Fineman, K., Fritzon, K., Dolan, M. & McEwan, T. (2011). Risk factors for recidivistic arson in adult arson offenders. Psychology, Psychiatry and Law, 18, 409-423. doi:10.1080/13218719.2011.559155

Doley, R., Fritzon, K., & Clark, F. (2013). What works in reducing arson-related offending? In L., Craig, L., Dixon, & T., Gannon (Eds.), What works in offender rehabilitation: An evidence based approach to assessment and treatment (pp.255-270). doi: 10.1002/9781118320655

Doley, R., Surette, R., & Ferguson, C. (2013). Copycat firesetting: Bridging two research areas. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 40, 1472-1491. doi: 10.1177/0093854813496997.

Ellingwood, H., Mugford, R., Bennell, C., Melnyk, T., & Fritzon, K. (2012). Examining the role of similarity coefficients and the value of behavioural themes in attempts to link serial arson offences. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 10(1). doi: 10.1002/jip.1364

Ferguson, C., Doley, R., & Watt, B. (2015). Arson-associated homicide in Australia: A 5-year follow-up. Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Fritzon, K., & Miller, S. (2015). Female firesetters. In R. Doley, G. Dickens & T. Gannon (Eds). The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Fritzon, K. (2001). An examination of the relationship between distance travelled and motivational aspects of arson. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 21, 45-60.

Fritzon, K. (2010). Arson. In J. Brown, & E. Campbell (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of forensic psychology (pp. 623-629). London, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Fritzon, K. (2012).Theories on arson and mental disorder: the Action Systems model. In G. Dickens, P. Sugarman, & T. Gannon (Eds.), Firesetting and mental health: Theory, research and practice (pp. 28-47). London, UK: RCPsych Pubs.

Fritzon, K., & Doley, R. & Hollows, K. (2013). Variations in the offence actions and offender characteristics of deliberate firesetters: A cross-national analysis. Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 58.doi:10.1177/0306624X13487524

Fritzon, K., & Miller, S. (2010). Exploring the Action System link between fire-setting and self-harm in a sample of female special hospital patients. In M.

Daffern, L. Jones, J. Shine (Eds.), Offence paralleling behaviour: A case formulation approach to offender assessment and Intervention. London, UK: J Wiley & Sons.

Fritzon, K., Canter, D. & Wilton, Z. (2001). The application of an Action Systems model to destructive behaviour: The examples of arson and terrorism. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 19, 657-690. Retrieved from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11787075

Fritzon, K., Dolan, M., Doley, R., & McEwan, T. (2011). Juvenile fire-setting: A review of treatment programs. Psychology, Psychiatry and Law, 18, 395-408. doi:10.1080/13218719.2011.585223

Fritzon, K., Doley, R., & Bell, R. (2014). Profiling arson. In G. Bruinsma, & D. Weisburd (Eds.), Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice (pp. 4035-4047). NY: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-5690-2_530

Fritzon, K., Lewis, H., & Doley, R. (2011). Looking at the characteristics of adult arsonists from a narrative perspective. Psychology, Psychiatry and Law, 18(3), 424-438. doi:10.1080/13218719.2011.585255

Fritzon, K., Santilla, P., & Laukkanen, M. (2015). Geographic profiling advances in arson investigation. In R. Doley, T. Gannon, & G. Dickens, (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Gannon, T.A., Ciardha, C.´O., Doley, R.M. & Alleyne, E. (2011). The Multi-Trajectory Theory of adult firesetting (M-TTAF). Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17, 107-121.doi: 10.1016/j.avb.2011.08.001

Hitchens, K. & Doley, R. (April 2006). Copycat arson: A closer look. Fire and Arson Investigator, pp. 22-24.

McEwan, T., Doley, R., & Dolan, M. (2012). Bushfires and wildfires: Arson risk assessment in the Australian context. In G. Dickens, P. Sugarman, & T. Gannon (Eds.), Firesetting and mental health: Theory, research and practice (pp.206-223). London, UK: RCPsych Pubs.

Miller, S. & Fritzon, K. (2007). Functional consistency across two behavioural modalities: Fire-setting and self-harm in female special hospital patients. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 17, 31-44.

Miller, S., Brown, J. & Sees, C. (2004). A preliminary study identifying risk factors in drop-out from a prison therapeutic community. Journal of Clinical Forensic Medicine, 11, 189-197.

Miller, S., Sees, C., & Brown, J. (2006). Key aspects of therapeutic change in residents of a prison therapeutic community: A focus group approach. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 24, 116-128.

Neville, L., & Miller, S. (2008). The use of Facet Action System Theory in crime scene analysis and suspect interviewing. Issues in Forensic Psychology, 8, 21-31.

Neville, L., Miller, S. & Fritzon, K. (2007). Understanding change in a prison therapeutic community: An Action Systems approach. Journal of Forensic

Psychiatry and Psychology, 18, 181-203.

Samios, C., & Hollows, K. (2012). Finding benefits in the aftermath of Australia’s black Saturday bushfires: Can distant witnesses find benefits and do benefits found relate to better adjustment, Traumatology, 18, 27-36. doi: 10.1177/1534765612437379

Santtila, P., Tamelander, A.L., & Fritzon, K. (2004). Linking arson incidents on the basis of crime scene behaviour. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 19 (1) 1-16.

Santtila, P., Häkkänen, H. & Fritzon, K. (2003). Inferring the characteristics of an arsonist from crime scene behaviour: a case study in offender profiling. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 5(1) 1-15.

Watt, B. D., & Ong, S. (2015). Current directions of risk assessment in deliberate firesetters. In R. Doley, G. Dickens, & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters.  Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Watt, B. D., Geritz, K., Hasan, T., Harden, S., & Doley, R. (2015). Prevalence and correlates of firesetting behaviours among offending and non-offending youth. Legal and Criminological Psychology,20(1), 19-36. doi: 10.1111/lcrp.12062

Wilmoth, D, & Hollows, K. (2015). Arson survivors. In R. Doley, G. Dickens, & T. Gannon (Eds.), The psychology of arson: A practical guide to understanding and managing deliberate firesetters. Abingdon, UK: Psychology Press.

Interpersonal relations

Ang, J. & Khader, M. (2011). Operations psychology in the home team: Psychology and mindware in law enforcement and operations. Home Team Journal3, 10-24.

Ang, J., Diong, S. M., Misir, C., & Cheong, J. (2011). Operations psychology: The Singapore police experience. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology26(2), 69-76.

Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Tong, E. M., Why, Y. P., Diong, S. M., Ang, J., & Khader, M. (2003). Job demands, decisional control, and cardiovascular responses. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology8(2), 146.

Bishop, G. D., Tong, E. M., Diong, S. M., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Khader, M., & Ang, J. C. (2001). The relationship between coping and personality among police officers in Singapore. Journal of Research in Personality35(3), 353-374.

Bishop, G. D., Tong, E. M., Siew-maan, D., Yong-peng, W., Enkelmann, H. C., Khader, M., ... & Koh, D. S. Q. (2007). Stress on patrol: Stress and coping among police officers. Work, Stress and Coping Among Professionals, 61-83.

Bitsika, V., Sharpley, C. F., & Bell, R. (2009). The contribution of anxiety and depression to fatigue among a sample of Australian university students: Suggestions for university counsellors. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 22(2), 243-255. doi: 10.1080/09515070903216929

Bitsika, V., Sharpley, C. F., & Bell, R. (2013). The buffering effect of resilience upon stress, anxiety and depression in parents of a child with an autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities,1-25. doi: 10.1007/s10882-013-9333-5

Board, B., & Fritzon, K. (2005). Disordered personalities at workPsychology, Crime and Law,11, 17-32.

Chan, S., Khader, M., Ang, J., Tan, E., Khoo, K., & Chin, J. (2012). Understanding ‘happy slapping'. International Journal of Police Science & Management14(1), 42-57.

Chin, J., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2014). Major incident leadership: A perspective from the emergency services. Home Team Journal, 5, 111-117.

Doley, R. (1999, April). Psychological testing in the selection process – Part I. Australian Legal Practice, Journal of the General Practice Section of the Law Council of Australia, Law Council of Australia, 1-4.

Doley, R. (2000). Identification parades - the perils and pitfalls. (Current Commentary No. 2-4/2000). Adelaide, South Australia: Australasian Centre for Policing Research.

Doley, R., Bell, R., Watt, B., & Simpson, H. (2015). Grandparents raising grandchildren: What are the salient factors in developing a model of coping? Journal of Family Studies21(2).

Enkelmann, H. C., Bishop, G. D., Tong, E. M., Diong, S. M., Why, Y. P., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2005). The relationship of hostility, negative affect and ethnicity to cardiovascular responses: An ambulatory study in Singapore. International Journal of Psychophysiology56(2), 185-197.

Fritzon, K. (2005). Assessing the reliability of interviews with vulnerable witnesses. In L.J. Alison (Eds.), Offender profiling and crime analysis: A Forensic Psychologist’s casebook (pp. 278-296). Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Fritzon, K. & Kebbell, M. (2008). Research methods in Forensic Psychology. In K. Fritzon, & P. Wilson (Eds.), Forensic and criminal psychology: An Australasian perspective (pp. 165-172). Melbourne, VIC: McGraw-Hill Australia.

Fritzon, K. & Watts, A. (2003). Preventing crime. In R. Bull, & D. Carson (Ed.), Handbook of psychology in legal contexts, 2nd edition (pp.229-244). Chichester, UK: J. Wiley & Sons

Hampson, M. E., Hicks, R. E., & Watt, B. D. (2015). Exploring the effectiveness of motivational interviewing in re-engaging people diagnosed with severe psychiatric conditions in work, study, or community participation. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation18(3), 265-279.

Hollows, K., & Fritzon, K. (2012). ‘Ordinary men’ or ‘evil monsters’?: an Action Systems model of genocidal actions and characteristics of perpetrators. Law and Human Behavior, 36(5), 458-467.

Khader, M., Ang, J., Maan, D. S., Li, P. L., Min, T. S., Jayagowry, A., ... & Fen, H. H. (2012). Police psychology in singapore: the red dot experience. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology27(1), 24-32.

Maan Diong, S., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Tong, E. M., Why, Y. P., Ang, J. C., & Khader, M. (2005). Anger, stress, coping, social support and health: Modelling the relationships. Psychology & Health20(4), 467-495.

Ridgeway, J., & Fritzon, K. (2001) Near-death experience: The role of victim reaction in attempted homicide. Journal of Interpersonal Violence16(7), 679-696.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Diong, S. M., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Ang, J., & Khader, M. (2004). Social support and personality among male police officers in Singapore. Personality and Individual Differences36(1), 109-123.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Diong, S. M., Why, Y. P., Khader, M., &

Ang, J. (2009). Emotion and appraisal profiles of the needs for competence and relatedness. Basic and Applied Social Psychology31(3), 218-225.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Diong, S. M., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2007). Emotion and appraisal: A study using ecological momentary assessment. Cognition and Emotion21(7), 1361-1381.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Diong, S. M., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2005). The use of ecological momentary assessment to test appraisal theories of emotion. Emotion5(4), 508.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Diong, S. M., Ang, J., & Khader, M. (2006). The role of the Big Five in appraisals. Personality and Individual Differences41(3), 513-523.

Tong, E. M., Bishop, G. D., Enkelmann, H. C., Why, Y. P., Diong, S. M., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2009). Appraisal underpinnings of affective chronometry: The role of appraisals in emotion habituation. Journal of Personality77(4), 1103-1136.

Turvey, B. E., Khader, M., Ang, J., Tan, E., et al. (2011). Introduction to terrorism: Understanding and interviewing terrorists. In B. E. Turvey (Ed.), Criminal profiling: An introduction to behavioural evidence analysis (pp.569-583). Oxford, United Kingdom: Academic Press, Elsevier.

Watt, B. D., Robin, G., Fleming, L., & Graf, E. (2013). Complex needs assessment panel and integrated support (cnapis): description and initial evaluation. Advances in Mental Health, 11,152-156. doi: 10.5172/jamh.2013.11.2.1

Watt, B., Ford, L., Doley, R., Ong, S., Fritzon, K., Hicks, R., & Cacciola, T. (2014). The role of fear avoidance beliefs in return to work post-injury. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Why, Y. P., Bishop, G. D., Tong, E. M., Diong, S. M., Enkelmann, H. C., Khader, M., & Ang, J. (2003). Cardiovascular reactivity of Singaporean male police officers as a function of task, ethnicity and hostility. International Journal of Psychophysiology49(2), 99-110.