Brent Snook
Brent Snook
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Individual differences in distance travelled by serial burglars
B Snook
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 1 (1), 53-66, 2004
1632004
The criminal profiling illusion: What's behind the smoke and mirrors?
B Snook, RM Cullen, C Bennell, PJ Taylor, P Gendreau
Criminal Justice and Behavior 35 (10), 1257-1276, 2008
1522008
On the complexity and accuracy of geographic profiling strategies
B Snook, M Zito, C Bennell, PJ Taylor
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 21 (1), 1-26, 2005
1272005
Taking stock of criminal profiling: A narrative review and meta-analysis
B Snook, J Eastwood, P Gendreau, C Goggin, RM Cullen
Criminal justice and behavior 34 (4), 437-453, 2007
1262007
Geographic profiling: The fast, frugal, and accurate way
B Snook, PJ Taylor, C Bennell
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2004
1212004
Unobtrusive measurement: Using police information for forensic research
LJ Alison, B Snook, KL Stein
Qualitative Research 1 (2), 241-254, 2001
1062001
Serial murderers' spatial decisions: Factors that influence crime location choice
B Snook, RM Cullen, A Mokros, S Harbort
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 2 (3), 147-164, 2005
1052005
Predicting the home location of serial offenders: A preliminary comparison of the accuracy of human judges with a geographic profiling system
B Snook, D Canter, C Bennell
Behavioral sciences & the law 20 (1‐2), 109-118, 2002
1052002
Peering inside a Canadian interrogation room: An examination of the Reid model of interrogation, influence tactics, and coercive strategies
L King, B Snook
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36 (7), 674-694, 2009
902009
Reforming investigative interviewing in Canada
B Snook, J Eastwood, M Stinson, J Tedeschini, JC House
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 52 (2), 215-229, 2010
802010
Let’em talk! A field study of police questioning practices of suspects and accused persons
B Snook, K Luther, H Quinlan, R Milne
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (10), 1328-1339, 2012
682012
Simply criminal: Predicting burglars’ occupancy decisions with a simple heuristic
B Snook, MK Dhami, JM Kavanagh
Law and Human Behavior 35 (4), 316-326, 2011
572011
Recognizing National Hockey League greatness with an ignorance-based heuristic.
B Snook, RM Cullen
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2006
522006
Computerized crime linkage systems: A critical review and research agenda
C Bennell, B Snook, S Macdonald, JC House, PJ Taylor
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (5), 620-634, 2012
512012
Language style matching and police interrogation outcomes.
BH Richardson, PJ Taylor, B Snook, SM Conchie, C Bennell
Law and human behavior 38 (4), 357, 2014
492014
It’s no riddle, choose the middle: The effect of number of crimes and topographical detail on police officer predictions of serial burglars’ home locations
C Bennell, B Snook, PJ Taylor, S Corey, J Keyton
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (1), 119-132, 2007
472007
Bounded rationality and criminal investigations: Has tunnel vision been wrongfully convicted
B Snook, RM Cullen
Criminal investigative failures, 71-98, 2008
452008
A field study of adult witness interviewing practices in a Canadian police organization
B Snook, K Keating
Legal and Criminological Psychology 16 (1), 160-172, 2011
442011
Validities and abilities in criminal profiling: A critique of the studies conducted by Richard Kocsis and his colleagues
C Bennell, NJ Jones, PJ Taylor, B Snook
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 50 (3 …, 2006
432006
The violent crime linkage analysis system: A test of interrater reliability
B Snook, K Luther, JC House, C Bennell, PJ Taylor
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (5), 607-619, 2012
382012
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