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Hammill, A, Ogden, Jane and Glorney, E (2017) A new measure of biddability (BIDSCALE) to predict involvement in prison illicit economy and its consequences. Prison Service Journal.

Boehm, B, Tapp, J, Glorney, E, Carthy, J, Noak, J and Moore, E (2014) Patient Focus Group Responses to Peer Mentoring in a High Security Hospital International Journal of Forensic Mental Health.

Higgs, T, Carter, AC, Stefanska, EB and Glorney, E (2014) Towards identification of the sexual killer: A comparison of post-mortem interference offenders and non-homicide sexual aggressors. Sexual Abuse: a journal of research and treatment. (Submitted)

Parsons, A, Kumari, V, Glorney, E, Sedgewick, O and Young, S (2013) The contribution of psychopathy to emotion processing in mentally disordered offenders Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.

O'Sullivan, M, Glorney, E, Sterr, A, Oddy, M and de Silva Ramos, S (2013) Traumatic brain injury and violent behaviour in females: a systematic review Aggression and Violent Behavior. (Submitted)

Adshead, G, Pyszora, N, Wilson, C, Gopie, R, Thomas, D, Smith, J, Glorney, E, Tapp, J and Moore, E (2013) Everything moves on: the need to reflect on change prior to transfer out of a high security hospital. A retrospective evaluation of a Leavers Group over an 8-year period. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health. (Submitted)

Glorney, E and Raymont, S (2013) Initial ideas on the potential value of religion and spirituality in recovery pathways of high secure service users. Forensic Update (111). pp. 21-24.

Glorney, E (2012) Making waves in London Forensic Update (107). pp. 9-11.

Glorney, E, Perkins, D, Adshead, G, McGauley, G, Murray, K, Noak, J and Sichau, G (2010) Domains of need in a high secure hospital setting: a model for streamlining care and reducing length of stay International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 9 (2). pp. 138-148.

Glorney, E, Lyons, E and Fritzon, K (2006) An exploration of the dependence relationships between self-reported aggression and interpersonal style Proceedings of the Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law: University of Liverpool.

Wright, S, Gournay, K, Glorney, E and Thornicroft, G (2002) Mental illness, substance abuse, demographics and offending: dual diagnosis in the suburbs. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 13 (1). pp. 35-52.

Wright, S, Gournay, K, Glorney, E and Thornicroft, G (2000) Dual diagnosis in the suburbs: prevalence, need, and in-patient service use Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 35. pp. 297-304.

Gournay, K and Glorney, E (1998) Dual diagnosis: mental health problems and substance abuse/dependence Mental Health Practice, 2 (3). pp. 28-35.

Report

McDowall, A, Quinton, P, Brown, D, Carr, I, Glorney, E, Russell, S, Bharj, N, Nash, R and Coyle, A (2015) Promoting ethical behaviour and preventing wrongdoing in organisations: A rapid evidence assessment [Report]

Conference or Workshop Item

Glorney, E, Wells, K, Yuan, H, Hilton, A and Perkins, D (2014) The development of a quantitative observation system for the early warning of violent behaviours within a secure environment

Harrold, M, Glorney, E, Tapp, J and Moore, E (2013) A preliminary outcome investigation of a Violent Offenders Group for forensic patients in high security In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2013-11-15 - ?, Broadmoor Hospital. (Unpublished)

Glorney, E and Raymont, S (2013) Religion and spirituality in a UK high secure forensic inpatient service: initial service user perspectives In: XIII International Conference of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS), 2013-06-19 - 2013-06-21, Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Glorney, E and Raymont, S (2013) Religion and spirituality in a high secure forensic inpatient service In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 2013-04-09 - 2013-04-11, York.

Smith, J, Moore, E, Tapp, J and Glorney, E (2011) The Leavers' Group: Preparation and progress of patients moving on from a high security hospital In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2011-11-25 - ?, Broadmoor Hospital. (Unpublished)

Boehm, B, Moore, E, Tapp, J and Glorney, E (2011) Mentoring within a high secure forensic inpatient service: service user perspectives on developing a mentor service In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2011-11-25 - ?, Broadmoor Hospital. (Unpublished)

Sharpe, C, Glorney, E, Moore, E and Tapp, J “It’s paramount for the heart, the mind, and the soul of the body”: High secure service user perspectives on the role of music in the recovery process. In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2012-11-30 - ?.

McCullough, S, Draycott, S, Glorney, E and O'Neill, D Predictors of aggression and self-harm: a pilot study of the validity of the HCR-20 and VRS within a high secure hospital. In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2012-11-30 - ?.

Raymont, S, Glorney, E and McGrath, A Religion and spirituality in a high secure forensic hospital: service user perspectives on the role of religion and spirituality in personal recovery. In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2012-11-30 - ?.

Black, G, Glorney, E and Horvath, M The Role of Context in the Construction of Violence: Perspectives from Mentally Disordered Perpetrators In: Broadmoor Psychological Services Forensic Division Research Conference, 2008-11-28 - ?, Broadmoor Hospital.

Kilbane, H, Glorney, E and Shuker, R Treatment readiness and cognitive functioning within a therapeutic community In: British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology, 2013-06-26 - ?, Belfast.

Windley, S, Draycott, S, Glorney, E and O'Neill, D Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder: do high risk patients remain high risk over time? In: Broadmoor Hospital Psychological Services Research Conference, 2012-11-30 - ?.

Glorney, E Examining the relationship between communication difficulties and violent behaviour. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Tenth Annual Conference, 2001-04-01 - ?, University of Birmingham.

West, L, Glorney, E and Horvath, M Exploring the meaning and process of violence and aggression: perspectives of perpetrators detained in HMP Service. In: Broadmoor Psychological Services Forensic Division Research Conference, 2008-11-01 - ?.

Glorney, E, Fritzon, K and Lyons, E Exploring violence from the perspective of the perpetrator: an interpersonal communication? In: The British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Thirteenth Annual Conference, 2004-03-01 - ?, University of Leicester.

Glorney, E, Lyons, E and Fritzon, K How not to win friends but influence people: an investigation into interpersonal style amongst violent offender populations. In: The 16th Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law, 2006-06-01 - ?, University of Liverpool.

Boehm, B, Tapp, J, Glorney, E, Carthy, J, Noak, J and Moore, E Mentoring within a high secure forensic inpatient service: service user perspectives on developing a mentor service. In: International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Conference, 2014-06-19 - 2014-06-22, Toronto, Canada.

Carrington-Watts, N, Glorney, E and Horvath, M Non-offenders’ constructs of violence. In: Broadmoor Psychological Services Forensic Division Research Conference, 2008-11-01 - ?.

Timberlake, O and Glorney, E Understanding the experience and function of aggressive and violent behaviour amongst mentally disordered offender perpetrators: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: Broadmoor Psychological Services Forensic Division Research Conference, 2007-11-01 - ?.

Glorney, E and Fritzon, K The application of an action systems model to destructive behaviour: The examples of intrafamilial homicide and arson. In: The First International Conference on Criminal Analysis and Profiling, 2002-06-01 - ?, University of Paris II.

Glorney, E, Wells, K, Yuan, H, Hilton, A and Perkins, D The development of a quantitative observation system for the early warning of violent behaviours within a secure environment. In: Conference of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 2014-07-15 - 2014-07-19, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Watts, S, Saraw, S and Glorney, E An exploration of the characteristics of children and young people who display sexually harmful behaviour and application of the integrated theory of sexual offending. In: Annual Conference of the Division of Forensic Psychology, 2014-06-25 - 2014-06-27, Glasgow.

Glorney, E, Lyons, E and Fritzon, K An interpersonal approach to the investigation of the functions and motivations of aggressive and violent behaviour amongst interpersonally violent offender populations. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, 2006-06-01 - ?, University of Central Lancashire.

Thesis

Glorney, Emily. (2005) How not to win friends but influence people: An investigation into interpersonal style amongst violent offender populations. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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