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Investigative Sensemaking
TC Ormerod, EC Barrett, PJ Taylor
Naturalistic decision making and macrocognition, 81, 2008
472008
The victim as a means to an end: Detective decision making in a simulated investigation of attempted rape
EC Barrett, C Hamilton‐Giachritsis
Journal of investigative psychology and offender profiling 10 (2), 200-218, 2013
402013
Extreme: Why some people thrive at the limits
E Barrett, P Martin
242014
The interpretation and utilisation of offender profiles: A critical review of “traditional” approaches to profiling
L Alison, E Barrett, L Almond
Forensic psychology: Concepts, debates and practice, 58-77, 2004
172004
Psychology, extreme environments, and counter-terrorism operations
N Smith, EC Barrett
Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression 11 (1), 48-72, 2019
162019
Criminal investigative decision making: Context and Process
L Alison, E Barrett, J Crego
Expertise out of context: Proceedings of the sixth international conference …, 2007
162007
Psychological research and police investigations: Does the research meet the needs?
EC Barrett
Forensic Psychologists Casebook, 75-95, 2013
132013
Monitoring daily events, coping strategies, and emotion during a desert expedition in the Middle East
N Smith, E Barrett, GM Sandal
Stress and Health 34 (4), 534-544, 2018
102018
The interpretation and exploitation of information in criminal investigations
EC Barrett
University of Birmingham, 2009
102009
The dynamics of business, cybersecurity and cyber-victimization: Foregrounding the internal guardian in prevention
D Buil-Gil, N Lord, E Barrett
Victims & Offenders 16 (3), 286-315, 2021
92021
Sensemaking in criminal investigations
T Ormerod, E Barrett, PJ Taylor
Proceedings of the seventh naturalistic decision making conference. Springer …, 2008
72008
Towards a theory of investigative situation assessment: An examination of the psychological mechanisms underlying the construction of situation models in criminal investigations
EC Barrett
Unpublished Masters Thesis. University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, 2002
72002
Relations between daily events, Coping strategies and health during a British Army Ski Expedition across Antarctica
N Smith, D Keatley, GM Sandal, A Kjaergaard, O Stoten, J Facer-Childs, ...
Environment and Behavior 53 (1), 91-116, 2021
62021
Off-world mental health: considerations for the design of wellbeing supportive technologies for deep space exploration
N Smith, D Peters, C Jay, GM Sandal, E Barrett, R Wuebker
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Monitoring changes in cohesion over time in expedition teams: the role of daily events and team composition
O Brown, E Barrett, N Power
12019
Decision making under stress
E BARRETT, N SMITH
Crest Security Review 1, 4-5, 2017
12017
DEMOCRACY@ RISK
A TSENINA, R GIBSON, E BARRETT
2021
Lost in transition: What refugee post‐migration experiences tell us about processes of social identity change
S Ballentyne, J Drury, E Barrett, S Marsden
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 31 (5), 501-514, 2021
2021
Development and initial testing of a theoretically informed mobile application to monitor and support the performance and psychosocial function of personnel in remote …
N Smith, E Barrett, C Jay
British Psychology Society Defence and Security Conference, 2021
2021
On Digital Trust: Analysis and ideas on trust and security in a digital age, curated by Policy@ Manchester
D Byrne, R Gibson, J Ainsworth, N Peek, GP Hodgkinson, M Panayiotou, ...
policy@ manchester, 2019
2019
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