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2018

Richardson, B., McCulloch, K. C., & Taylor, P. J., Wall, H. J. (in press). The cooperation link: Power and context moderate verbal mimicry. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

Oostinga, M. S. D., Rispens, S., Taylor, P. J., & Ufkes, E. G. (in press). High-stakes conflicts and the link between theory and practice: Celebrating the work of Ellen Giebels. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research.

Kontogianni, F., Hope, L., Taylor, P. J., Vrij, A., & Gabbert, F. (in press). The benefits of a self-generated cue mnemonic for timeline interviewing. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition.

Wall, H. J., Taylor, P. J., Campbell, C., Heim, D., & Richardson, B. (in press). Looking at the same interaction and seeing something different: The role of informational contexts, judgement perspective and behavioural coding on judgement accuracy. Journal of Individual Differences.

Prentice, S., & Taylor, P. J. (2018). Psychological and behavioral examinations of online terrorism. In J. McAlaney (Ed.), Psychological and behavioral examinations in cyber security. IGI Global.

Oostinga, M. S. D., Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2018). Communication error management in law enforcement interactions: A receiver’s perspective. Psychology, Crime and Law, 24, 134-155. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2017.1390112.

Oostinga, M. S. D., Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2018). “An error is feedback”: The experience of communication error management in crisis negotiations. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 19, 17-30. doi:10.1080/15614263.2017.1326007

2017

Taylor, P. J., & Donohue, W. A. (2017). Lessons from the extreme: What business negotiators can learn from hostage negotiations. In C. Honeyman, & A. K. Schneider (Eds.), Negotiator’s Desk Reference (pp. 311-326). St Paul, MN: DRI Press.

Taylor, P. J., Larner, S., Conchie, S. M., & Menacere, T. (2017). Culture moderates changes in linguistic self-presentation and detail provision when deceiving others. Royal Society Open Science, 4, 170128. doi:10.1098/rsos.170128

Taylor, P. J., Holbrook, D., & Joinson, A. (2017). A same kind of different: Affordances, terrorism and the Internet. Criminology and Public Policy. doi:10.1111/1745-9133.12285

Charitonidis, C., Rashid, A., & Taylor, P. J. (2017). Predicting collective action from micro-blog data. In J. Jawash, N. Agarwal, & T. Ozyer (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Social Networks: Prediction and inference from social networks and social media (pp. 141-170). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Giebels, E., Oostinga, M. S. D., Taylor, P. J., & Curtis, J. (2017). The cultural dimension of uncertainty avoidance impacts police-civilian interaction. Law and Human Behavior, 41, 98-102. doi:10.1037/lhb0000227

2016

Carrick, T., Rashid, A., & Taylor, P. J. (2016). Mimicry in online conversations: An exploratory study of linguistic analysis techniques. Proceedings of 2016 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining.

Miri, H., Kolkmeier, J., Taylor, P. J., Poppe, R., & Heylen, D. (2016). project SENSE – Multimodal simulation with full-body real-time verbal and nonverbal interactions. Intelligent technologies for interactive entertainment, 178, 279-284.

Emeno, K., Bennell, C., Snook, B., & Taylor, P. J. (2016). Geographic profiling survey: A preliminary examination of geographic profilers’ views and experiences. International Journal of Police Science and Management, 18, 3-12.

Wall, H. J., Taylor, P. J., & Campbell, C. (2016). Getting the balance right? A mismatch in interaction demands between target and judge impacts on judgement accuracy for some traits but not others. Personality and Individual Differences, 88, 66-72.

2015

Charitonidis, C., Rashid, A., & Taylor, P. J. (2015). Weak signals as predictors of real-world phenomena in social media. Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis (ASONAM-2015), 15, 864-871. New York: ACM. doi:10.1145/2808797.2809332

Poppe, R., Van der Zee, S., Taylor, P. J., Anderson, R., & Veltkamp, R. C. (2015). Mining bodily cues to deception. Proceedings of the 48th Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-48).

Van der Zee, S., Poppe, R., Taylor, P. J., & Anderson, R. (2015). To freeze or not to freeze: A motion-capture approach to detecting deceit. Proceedings of the 48th Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-48).

Vrij, A., Taylor, P. J., Picornell, I. (in press). Verbal lie detection. In Oxburgh, G., Grant, T., Myklebust, T., & Milne, B. (Eds.), Forensic communication: Integrated approaches from psychology, linguistics and law enforcement. Wiley.

Conchie, S. M., Woodcock, H. E., & Taylor, P. J. (in press). The social glue: Why trust is an important commodity for safe and productive work. In S. Clarke (Ed.), Handbook of the psychology of occupational safety and workplace health. Wiley-Blackwell.

2014

Taylor, P. J., Bennell, C., & Snook, B., & Porter, L. (2014). Investigative psychology. In B. L. Cutler, & P. A. Zapf (Eds.), APA handbook of forensic psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Associaiton.

Taylor, P. J. (2014). The role of language in conflict and conflict resolution. In T. Holtgraves (Ed.), Handbook of Language and Social Psychology. Oxford University Press.

Taylor, P. J., Larner, S., Conchie, S. M., & Van der Zee, S. (2014). Cross-cultural deception detection. In P. A. Granhag, A. Vrij, & B. Verschuere (Eds.), Deception detection: Current challenges and new approaches. Wiley: London.

Richardson, B., Taylor, P. J., Snook, B., Conchie, S. M., & Bennell, C. (2014). Language style matching and confessions in police interrogations. Law and Human Behavior, 38, 357-366 doi: 10.1037/lhb0000077.

Poppe, R., van der Zee, S., Heylen, D., & Taylor, P. J. (2014). AMAB: Automated measurement and analysis of body motion. Behavior Research Methods, 46, 625-633. doi:10.3758-13428-013-0398-y

2013

Wall. H. J., Taylor, P. J., Conchie, S. M., Dixon, J., & Ellis, D. (2013). Rich contexts do not always enrich the accuracy of personality judgments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 1190-1195.

Taylor, P. J., Dando, C., Ormerod, T., Ball, L., Jenkins, M., Sandham, A., & Menacere, T. (2013). Detecting insider threats to organizations through language change. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 267-275.

Jacques, K., & Taylor, P. J. (2013). Myths and realities of female-perpetrated terrorism. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 35-44.

Taylor, P. J., (2013). How technology is revolutionizing our understanding of human cooperation (Inaugural lecture). Twente University Press.

Wells, S., Taylor, P. J., & Giebels, E. (2013). Crisis negotiations. M. Olekalns, & W. Adair (Eds.), Handbook of research in negotiation (pp. 473-498). London: Edward Edgar Publishing.

2012

Prentice, S., Rayson, P., & Taylor, P. J. (2012). The language of Islamic extremism: Towards an automated identification of ideas, beliefs, motivations and justificationsInternational Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17, 259-286.

Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2012). Expanding the horizons of terrorism and political violence research. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 5, 235-238.

Prentice, S., Taylor, P. J., Rayson, P., & Giebels, E. (2012). Differentiating act from ideology: Evidence from messages for and against violent extremism. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 5, 289-306.

Snook, B., Luther, K., House, J. C., Bennell, C., & Taylor, P. J. (2012). The violent crime linkage analysis system: A test of its inter-rater reliability. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39, 607-619.

Bennell, C., Snook, B., MacDonald, S., House, J. C., & Taylor, P. J. (2012).  Computerized crime linkage systems: A critical review and research agenda. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39, 620-634.

Conchie, S. M., Taylor, P. J., & Donald, I. (2012). Promoting safety voice with safety-specific transformational leadership: The mediating role of two dimensions of trust. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17, 105-115.

Taylor, P. J., Donald, I., Jacques, K., & Conchie, S. (2012). Jaccard’s heel: Are radex models of criminal behaviour falsifiable when derived using Jaccard coefficient? Legal and Criminological Psychology, 17, 41-58.

Vartanian, O., Stewart, K., Mandel, D. R., Pavlovic, N., McLellan, L., & Taylor, P. J. (2012). Personality assessment and behavioral prediction at first impression. Personality and Individual Differences, 52, 250-254.

Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2012). Tuning in to the right wavelength: The importance of culture for effective crisis negotiation. In M. St. Yves, & P. Collins (Eds.), The psychology of crisis intervention (pp. 277-298). Montreal, Canada: Editions Yvon Blais.

Also in French as: Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2010). Être sur la même longueur d’onde : la communication interculturelle en contexte de négociation de crise. In M. St-Yves, & P. Collins (Eds.), Psychologie de l’intervention policière en situation de crise. Montreal, Canada: Editions Yvon Blais.

Taylor, P. J. (2012). EditorialLegal and Criminological Psychology, 17, 195.

Snook, B., Bennell, C., Taylor, P. J., House, J. C., MacDonald, S., & Luther, K. (April, 2012). Questioning the assumptions: A critique of the Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System (ViCLAS)Blueline, 14-16.

2011

Levine, M., Taylor, P. J., & Best, R. (2011). Third-parties, violence and conflict resolution: The role of group size and collective action in the micro-regulation of violence. Psychological Science, 22, 406-412.

Prentice, S., Taylor, P. J., Rayson, P., Hoskins, A., & O’Loughlin, B. (2011). Analyzing the semantic content and persuasive composition of extremist media: A case study of texts produced during the Gaza conflict. Information Systems Frontiers, 13, 61-73.

Conchie, S. M., Taylor, P. J., & Charlton, A. (2011). Trust and distrust in safety leadership: Mirror reflections? Safety Science, 49, 1208-1214.

Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2011). Interaction patterns of social influence in crisis negotiation. In R, Rogan & F. Lanceley (Eds.), Contemporary theory, research, and practice of crisis and hostage negotiation (pp. 59-76). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.

2010

Beune, K., Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2010). Patterns of interaction in police interviews: The role of cultural dependency. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37, 904-925.

Bennell, C., Bloomfield, S., Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Barnes, C. (2010). Linkage analysis in cases of serial burglary: comparing the performance of university students, police professionals, and a logistic regression model. Psychology, Crime and Law, 16, 507-524.

2009

Giebels, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2009). Interaction patterns in crisis negotiations: Persuasive arguments and cultural differences. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 5-19.

Bennell, C., Emeno, K., Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Goodwill, A. M. (2009). The precision, accuracy and efficiency of geographic profiling predictions: A simple heuristic versus mathematical algorithms. Crime Mapping: A Journal of Research and Practice, 1, 65-84.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., Gendreau, P., & Bennell, C. (2009). On the need for scientific experimentation in the criminal profiling field: A reply to Dern et al. (2009). Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, 1091-1094.

Jacques, K., & Taylor, P. J. (2009). Female terrorism: A review. Terrorism and Political Violence, 21, 499-515. Download additional materials

Taylor, P. J., Snook, B., & Bennell, C. (2009). The bounds of cognitive heuristic performance on the geographic profiling task. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23, 410-430.

2008

Taylor, P. J., Jacques, K., Giebels, E., Levine, M., Best, R., Winter, J., & Rossi, G. (2008). Analysing forensic processes: Taking time into account. Issues in Forensic Psychology, 8, 45-57. Download additional materials

Snook, B., Cullen, R. M., Bennell C., & Taylor, P. J., Gendreau, P. (2008). The criminal profiling illusion: What’s behind the smoke and mirrors? Criminal Justice and Behavior, 35, 1257-1276.

prompted the following response: Dern, H., Dern, C., Horn, A., & Horn, U. (2009). The fire behind the smoke: A reply to Snook and colleagues. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 36, 1085-1090.

Taylor, P. J., & Thomas, S. (2008). Linguistic style matching and negotiation outcome. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 1, 263-281.

Jacques, K., & Taylor, P. J. (2008). Male and female suicide bombers: Different sexes, different reasons? Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 31, 304-326.

Emeno, K., Bennell, C., Taylor, P.J., & Snook, B. (2008). Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling approaches: A meta-analysis. In G. Bourgon, K. Hanson, J. Pozzulo, K. E. Morton-Bourgon, & C. L. Tanasichuk (Eds.), The proceedings of the 2007 North American correctional and criminal justice psychology conference (pp. 77-80).  Ottawa, ON: Public Safety Canada.

Ormerod, T., Barrett, E., & Taylor, P. J. (2008). Investigative sensemaking in criminal contexts. In J. M. Schraagen, L. G. Militello, T. Ormerod, & R. Lipshitz (Eds.), Naturalistic decision making and macrocognition (pp. 81-102). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Snook, B., Gendreau, P., Bennell, C., & Taylor, P. J. (June, 2008). Criminal profiling: Granfalloons and gobbledygookSkeptic, 14, 36-41.

2007

Snook, B., Haines, A., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2007). Criminal profiling use and belief: A study of Canadian police officer opinion. Canadian Journal of Police and Security Services, 5, 169-179.

Bennell, C., Taylor, P. J., & Snook, B. (2007). Clinical versus actuarial geographic profiling approaches: A review of the research. Police Practice and Research, 8, 335-345.

Donohue, W. A., & Taylor, P. J. (2007). Role effects in negotiation: The one-down phenomenon. Negotiation Journal, 23, 307-331.

Taylor, P. J., & Donald, I. J. (2007). Testing the relationship between local cue-response patterns and global dimensions of communication behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 273-298.

Bennell, C., Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., Covey, S., & Keyton, J. (2007). 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. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 34, 119-132.

Donald, I. J., & Taylor, P. J. (2007). Investigative psychology. In D. Clark (Ed.), Encyclopedia of law and society: American and global perspectives. New York: Sage.

2006

Taylor, P. J. (2006). Proximity coefficients as a measure of interrelationships in sequences of behavior. Behavioral Research Methods, 38, 42-50.

Conchie, S. M., Donald, I., & Taylor, P. J. (2006). Trust: Missing piece(s) in the safety puzzle. Risk Analysis, 26, 1097-1104.

Bennell, C., Jones, N., Taylor, P. J., & Snook, B. (2006). Validities and abilities in criminal profiling: A critique of the studies conducted by Richard Kocsis and his colleagues. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 50, 344-360.

Salfati, C. G., & Taylor, P. J. (2006). Differentiating sexual violence: A comparison of sexual homicide and rape. Psychology, Crime and Law, 12, 107-125.

Appeared at position 5 in the PCL Top 10 Downloaded Articles in 2006.

Taylor, P. J., & Donohue, W. A. (2006). Hostage negotiation opens up. In A. Schneider & C. Honeymoon (Eds.), The negotiator’s fieldbook (pp. 667-674). New York: American Bar Association Press.

2005

Donald, I., Taylor, P. J., Johnson, S., Cooper, C., & Cartwright, S. (2005). Work environments, stress and productivity: An examination using ASSET. International Journal of Stress Management, 2, 409-423.

reprinted as: Donald, I., Taylor, P. J., Johnson, S., Cooper, C., & Cartwright, S. (2005). Work environments, stress and productivity: An examination using ASSET. In C. L. Cooper & I. T. Robertson (Eds.), Management and happiness. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2005). Shortcuts to geographic profiling success: A reply to Rossmo. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 655-661.

Johnson, S., Cooper, C., Cartwright, S., Donald, I., Taylor, P. J., & Cook, C. (2005). The experience of work-related stress across occupations. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 20, 178-187.

reprinted as: Johnson, S., Cooper, C., Cartwright, S., Donald, I., Taylor, P. J., & Cook, C. (2009). The experience of work-related stress across occupations. In A.M. Rossi, J.C. Quick, & P. L. Perrewe (Eds.), Stress and quality of life (pp. 67-77). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

reprinted as: Johnson, S., Cooper, C., Cartwright, S., Donald, I., Taylor, P. J., & Cook, C. (2009). The experience of work-related stress across occupations. In A.M. Rossi, J.C. Quick, & P. L. Perrewe (Eds.), Stress E qualidade de vida no trabalho. Sao Paulo: Editora Atlas.

Snook, B., Zito, M., Bennell, C., & Taylor, P. J. (2005). On the complexity and accuracy of geographic profiling strategies. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 21, 1-26.

Bennell, C., Snook, B., & Taylor, P. J. (October, 2005). Geographic profiling on trial: Ten problems with the Rossmo and Filer defenceBlueline, 34-36.

prompted the following response: Rossmo, D. K, Filer, S. & Sesely, C. (November, 2005). Geographic profiling debate – Round four: The big problem with Bennell, Snook, & Taylor’s research. Blueline, 28-29.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (April, 2005). Man versus machine: The case of geographic profilingBlueline, 56.

prompted the following response: Rossmo, D. K., & Filer, S. (August, 2005). Analysis versus guesswork: The case for professional geographic profiling. Blueline, 24-26.

Corey, S., Bennell, C., Taylor, P. J., & Snook, B. (2005). The effect of task complexity on predictive accuracy in a geographic profiling taskCrime Scene, 12, 14-16.

2004

Taylor, P. J., & Donald, I. J. (2004). The structure of communication behavior in simulated and actual crisis negotiations. Human Communication Research, 30, 443-478.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2004). Geographical profiling: The fast, frugal, and accurate way. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18, 105-121.

prompted two responses: i) Rossmo, K. (2005). Geographic Heuristics or Shortcuts to Failure?: Response to Snook et al. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 651-654.; and ii) Canter, D. (2005). Confusing Operational Predicaments and Cognitive Explorations: Comments on Rossmo and Snook et al. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 663-668.

reprinted as Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2011). Geographical profiling: The fast, frugal, and accurate way. In G. Gigerenzer, R. Hertwig, & T. Pachur (Eds.), Homo heuristicus: Complex rules in a simple world. Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Press.

Taylor, P. J. (2004). Intra-individaul communication behaviour in conflict negotiations. Unpublished doctoral thesis. The University of Liverpool.

2003

Taylor, P. J., & Donald, I. J. (2003). Foundations and evidence for an interaction based approach to conflict. International Journal of Conflict Management, 14, 213-232.

Donohue, W. A., & Taylor, P. J. (2003). Testing the role effect in terrorist negotiations. International Negotiation, 8, 527-547.

reprinted as Donohue, W. A., & Taylor, P. J. (2006). Testing the role effect in terrorist negotiations. In W. Zartman (Ed.), Negotiating with terrorists (pp. 83-102). Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2003). Brunswik’s influence on geographic profiling research. In C. Harries (Ed.), The Brunswik society newsletter (pp. 28-29). London: Brunswik Society.

2002

Taylor, P. J. (2002). A cylindrical model of communication behavior in crisis negotiations. Human Communication Research, 28, 7-48.

Taylor, P. J. (2002). A partial order scalogram analysis of communication behavior in crisis negotiation with the prediction of outcome. International Journal of Conflict Management, 13, 4-37.

Taylor, P. J., Bennell, C., & Snook, B. (2002). Problems of classification in investigative psychology. In K. Jajuga, A. Sokolowski, & H.-H., Bock (Eds.), Classification, clustering, and data analysis: Recent advances and applications (pp. 479-487). Vertlag, Heidelberg: Springer.

identified as a noteworthy paper in: Steinley, D. (2006). A review of three classification society meetings: 2001-2002. Journal of Classification, 23, 169-172.

Snook, B., Taylor, P. J., & Bennell, C. (2002). Using CrimeStat for geographical profiling. In N. Levine and Associates (Eds.), CrimeStat II manual (p. 379). Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.