Dr Mark James


NameDr Mark James
Job titleLecturer
Research instituteSchool of Psychology, Politics and Sociology

Research outputs

Does specialized psychological treatment for offending reduce recidivism? a meta-analysis examining staff and program variables as predictors of treatment effectiveness

Gannon, T., Olver, M., Mallion, J. and James, M. 2019. Does specialized psychological treatment for offending reduce recidivism? a meta-analysis examining staff and program variables as predictors of treatment effectiveness. Clinical Psychology Review. 73.

What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group Universities: volume 2 the case studies

Bowie, B., Casson, A., Hulbert, S., Benton, M., Holt, J., James, M., Jarvis, P., McGuire, L., Podesta, E. and Stone, G. 2018. What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group Universities: volume 2 the case studies. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.

The malevolent side of revenge porn proclivity: dark personality traits and sexist ideology

Pina, A., Holland, J. and James, M. 2017. The malevolent side of revenge porn proclivity: dark personality traits and sexist ideology. International Journal of Technoethics. 8 (1), pp. 30-43.

Psychological and behavioural characteristics that distinguish street gang members in custody

Alleyne, E., Wood, J., Ozcakir Mozova, K. and James, M. 2014. Psychological and behavioural characteristics that distinguish street gang members in custody. Legal and Criminological Psychology. 21, pp. 266-285.

Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: street gang membership, social and psychological factors

Wood, J., Alleyne, E., Ozcakir Mozova, K. and James, M. 2014. Predicting involvement in prison gang activity: street gang membership, social and psychological factors. Law and Human Behavior. 38 (3), pp. 203-211.

‘I know how they must feel’: empathy and judging defendants

Wood, J., James, M. and Ó Ciardha, C. 2014. ‘I know how they must feel’: empathy and judging defendants. The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context. 6 (1), pp. 37-43.

Incapacitation and imprisonment: prisoners' involvement in community-based crime

Wood, J., Williams, G. and James, M. 2010. Incapacitation and imprisonment: prisoners' involvement in community-based crime. Psychology, Crime & Law. 16 (7), pp. 601-615.

Prisoners’ gang-related activity: the importance of bullying and moral disengagement

Wood, J., Moir, A. and James, M. 2009. Prisoners’ gang-related activity: the importance of bullying and moral disengagement. Psychology, Crime & Law. 15 (6), pp. 569-581.
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