Forensic Psychology

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Forensic Psychology

Cogent Psychology

About the section

Meet the Section Editor

Jane Ireland, Forensic Psychology

Professor Ireland holds a Professorial Chair at the University of Central Lancashire and is Secure Research Lead for an NHS Trust, where she manages a research unit for the NHS. The unit is within a high secure forensic hospital. She is also a treatment lead, managing and delivering violence therapy and trauma therapy. Her research experience captures violence and complex presentations, focusing on the interplay between such presentations and violence. This includes considerations for mental health, psychopathy, personality disorder and treatment evaluation. She also has a notable interest in forensic risk assessment and the provision of legal evidence. 

 

Why Submit to Cogent Psychology?

Cogent Psychology is a fully Open Access journal to serve the ever-growing expansion of multi- and inter-disciplinary research in the psychology field:

  • Unique aims and scope welcoming truly multidisciplinary research in psychology.

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