Claire Nee
Claire Nee
Professor of Criminological Psychology
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Expert decision making in burglars
C Nee, A Meenaghan
British Journal of Criminology 46 (5), 935-949, 2006
Examining burglars' target selection: Interview, experiment or ethnomethodology?
C Nee, M Taylor
Psychology, Crime & Law 6 (1), 45-59, 2000
Car theft: The offender's perspective
R Light, C Nee, H Ingham
HM Stationery Office, 1993
Female prisoners with borderline personality disorder: Some promising treatment developments
C Nee, S Farman
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 15 (1), 2-16, 2005
The role of cues in simulated residential burglary-a preliminary investigation
M Taylor, C Nee
Brit. J. Criminology 28, 396, 1988
Residential burglary in the Republic of Ireland: A situational perspective
C Nee, M Taylor
The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 27 (2), 105-116, 1988
Educational attainment and sex differentials in African American communities
CJ Cohen, CE Nee
American Behavioral Scientist 43 (7), 1159-1206, 2000
Electronic monitoring: The trials and their results
G Mair, C Nee, G Barclay, K Wickham
HM Stationery Office, 1990
Factors influencing the process of change in sex offender interventions: Therapists' experiences and perceptions
S Collins, C Nee
Journal of Sexual Aggression 16 (3), 311-331, 2010
Meeting refugees' needs in Britain: the role of refugee-specific initiatives
J Carey-Wood, C Nee, T Marshall
Home Office Publications Unit, 1997
The offender’s perspective on crime: Methods and principles in data collection
C Nee
Applying psychology to forensic practice, 3-17, 2004
Review of expertise and its general implications for correctional psychology and criminology
C Nee, T Ward
Aggression and Violent Behavior 20, 1-9, 2015
Virtual burglary: Exploring the potential of virtual reality to study burglary in action
JL Van Gelder, C Nee, M Otte, A Demetriou, I Van Sintemaartensdijk, ...
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 54 (1), 29-62, 2017
Understanding expertise in burglars: From pre-conscious scanning to action and beyond
C Nee
Aggression and Violent Behavior 20, 53-61, 2015
New methods for examining expertise in burglars in natural and simulated environments: preliminary findings
C Nee, M White, K Woolford, T Pascu, L Barker, L Wainwright
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (5), 507-513, 2015
Surfaces and depths: evaluating the theoretical assumptions of cognitive skills programmes
T Ward, C Nee
Psychology, Crime & Law 15 (2-3), 165-182, 2009
Treating offending children: what works?
C Nee, T Ellis
Legal and Criminological Psychology 10 (1), 133-148, 2005
Working their way out of offending: an evaluation of two probation employment schemes
C Sarno, I Hearnden, C Hedderman, M Hough, C Nee, V Herrington
Home Office, 2000
Day centre reconviction rates
G Mair, C Nee
The British Journal of Criminology 32 (3), 329-339, 1992
Triple Jeopardy-Black and Asian Women Police Officers' Experiences of Discrimination
KA Holder, C Nee, T Ellis
Int'l J. Police Sci. & Mgmt. 3, 68, 2000
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