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Attachment style, psychotic phenomena and the relationship with aggression: investigation in a general population sample (2018)
Journal Article
Whale, K., Green, K., & Browne, K. (2018). Attachment style, psychotic phenomena and the relationship with aggression: investigation in a general population sample. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, doi:10.1108/JACPR-04-2018-0356. ISSN 1759-6599

Purpose: This study aimed to explore the relationship between attachment style, sub-clinical symptoms of psychosis and aggression in a general population sample. Design: Using both convenience and snowball sampling, participants in the community (n=... Read More

The relationship between childhood maltreatment and violence to others in individuals with psychosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis (2017)
Journal Article
Green, K., Browne, K., & Chou, S. (in press). The relationship between childhood maltreatment and violence to others in individuals with psychosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Trauma, Violence, and Abuse, doi:10.1177/1524838017708786

Background: There is a growing body of literature identifying a relationship between experiences of child abuse and symptoms of psychosis in adults. However, the impact of this relationship on risk of violence has not been systematically explored. A... Read More

Public perceptions of 'negging': lowering women’s self-esteem to increase the male attractiveness and achieve sexual conquest (2017)
Journal Article
Green, K., Kukan, Z., & Tully, R. (2017). Public perceptions of 'negging': lowering women’s self-esteem to increase the male attractiveness and achieve sexual conquest. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 9(2), doi:10.1108/JACPR-06-2016-0235. ISSN 1759-6599

Purpose: ‘Negging’ can be described as the purposeful lowering of a woman’s self-esteem to increase perceived attractiveness of the man in order to achieve sexual conquest. Negging has evolved over time. Whilst ‘Original’ negging was intended to be a... Read More