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Student/faculty publications

We value student/faculty collaboration and publication. Below are some examples of work our students have co-authored with faculty members:


Bryan, T., Mirrlees, T., Scrivens, R, and Perry, B. (In Press). The Dangers of Porous Borders: The “Trump Effect” in Canada. Journal of Hate Studies.

Da Silva, C. S., & Leach, A.-M. (2013). Detecting deception in second-language speakers. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 18, 115-127.

Dhungana Sainju, Karla, Fahy, Stephanie, Baggaley, Katherine, Filippelli, Vanessa, Baker, Ashley, & Minassian, Tamar. “Electronic Monitoring In the United States: The Transition and Expansion of Usage in Offender Populations.” Journal of Offender Monitoring, 29 (2), 7-19.

Downing, S. & Copeland, B. (2015). Criminality, interpersonal proximity and the stop-snitching code: An examination of offender and non-offender perceptions. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 26(3): 143-161.

Elliott, E., & Leach, A.-M. (2016). You must be lying because I don’t understand you: Language proficiency and lie detectionJournal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22, 488-499.

Fernando, S. & Earle B. (2011) Linking poverty reduction and economic recovery: supporting community responses to austerity in Ontario. Canadian Review of Social Policy 2011 65/66

Leach, A.-M., & Da Silva, C. S. (2013). Language proficiency and police officers’ lie detection performance. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 28, 48-53.

Leach, A.-M., Snellings, R. L. & Gazaille, M. (2017). Observers’ language proficiencies and the detection of non-native speakers’ deception. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 31, 247-257.

MacDiarmid, L. & Downing, S. (2012). A ‘rough’ aging out: Graffiti writers and subcultural drift. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 7(2): 619-631.

Mirrlees, T., Scrivens, R., and Perry, B. (In Press). You-Tubing White Power Music: An Exploration of Hate Anthems Online, Radical Criminology.

O’Connor, C.D. and Fredericks, K. (2018). Citizen perceptions of fracking: The risks and opportunities of natural gas development in Canada. Energy Research & Social Science. 42: 61-69.

Perry, B. , and Scrivens, R. (2017). The Maturation of Hate Crime Scholarship. In P. Bean (Ed.), Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology (pp. 150-178). London: Routledge.

Perry, B., Hofmann, D., and Scrivens, R. (2017). Broadening our Understanding of Anti-Authority Movements in Canada. Canadian Network for Terrorism, Security and Society.

Perry, B., and Scrivens, R. (2016) Uneasy Alliances: A Look at the Right Wing Extremist Movement in Canada. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 39(9): 819-841.

Perry, B., and Scrivens, R. (2015). The Right Response: Right Wing Extremism in Canada. Final Report, Kanishka project (160 pp).

Reid, S. & Downing, S. (In Press). Survival themed video games and cultural constructs of power. Loading…

Saulnier, A. & Sivasubramaniam, D. (2015). Restorative justice: Underlying mechanisms and future directions. New Criminal Law Review, 18(4), 510-536 (Quintile 2).

Saulnier, A. & Sivasubramaniam, D. (2015). The effects of victim presence and coercion on apologies in restorative justice. Law and Human Behavior, 39(4), 378-387 (Quintile 1).

Saulnier, A., Lutchman, K. & Sivasubramaniam, D. (2012). Laboratory experiments: A meaningful contribution to restorative justice research? Critical Criminology, 20(1), 99-116 (Quintile 2).

Scott, H. & Fleming, K. (2014). The female family annihilator: An exploratory study.Homicide Studies (Special Edition on Mass Murder), 18, 59-82.

Scrivens, R., and Perry, B. (2017). Resisting the Right: Countering Right-wing Extremism in Canada. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 59(4), pp. 534–558

Scrivens, R. and Perry, B. (2014). Bound by the Code: Legal Constraints of Policing Gender-Motivated Violence in Canada. Journal of International Criminal Justice Research, 1. http://www.aabri.com/manuscripts/131513.pdf.

Smith, A. M., Lindsay, R. C. L. & Cutler, B. L. (2014). Eyewitness psychology in the context of international criminal law. In I. Bantekas and E. Mylonaki (Eds.), Criminological approaches to international criminal law (pp. 159-191). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Smith, A. M. & Cutler, B. L. (2013). Identification procedures and conviction of the innocent. In B. L. Cutler (Ed.), Reform of Eyewitness Identification Procedures (pp. 3-21). Washington DC: American Psychological Association Press.

Smith, A. M. & Cutler, B. L. (2013). Identification test reforms. In B. L. Cutler (Ed.), Reform of Eyewitness Identification Procedures (pp. 203-219). Washington DC: American Psychological Association Press.

Smith, A. M., Cutler, B. L. & Leach, A. M. (2013). Facilitating accuracy in showup identification procedures: The effects of the presence of stolen property. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 216-221.

Smith, A. M., Cutler, B. L. & Findley, K. A. (2011). An investigation of top-down vs. bottom-up processing in post-appellate review of a criminal case. Albany Law Review, 74, 1365-1378.

Smith, A. & Cutler, B. L. (2010). The lineup reform movement. AIDWYC Journal, 11, 38-41.

Verhaaf, A. & Scott H. (2015). Individual Factors Predicting Mental Health Court Diversion Outcome. Research on Social Work Practice, 25(2), 213-228.

Walsh, J. P., & Lee, J. R. (2017). Mass-mediated surveillance: borders, mobility, and reality television. Information, Communication & Society, 20(2), 299-318.​

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