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Bowers, KJ; Hirschfield, A; (1998) High risk, low risk: the use of data in the identification of potential targets of commercial crime offenders. In: Gill, M, (ed.) Crime at work: increasing the risk for offenders (volume 2). Perpuity Press: Leicester.

Bowers, KJ; Hirschfield, A; Johnson, SD; (1998) Victimization revisited: A case study of non-residential repeat burglary on merseyside. British Journal of Criminology , 38 (3) 429 - 452.

Brown, HD; Kosslyn, SM; Dror, IE; (1998) Aging and scanning of imagined and perceived visual images. Experimental Aging Research , 24 (2) 181 - 194. 10.1080/036107398244319.

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Chainey, S; Stuart, N; (1998) Stochastic simulation: an alternative interpolation technique for digital geographic information. In: Carver, S, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED (3 - 24). TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD

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Dror, IE; Katona, M; Mungur, K; (1998) Age differences in decision making: To take a risk or not? Gerontology , 44 (2) 67 - 71. 10.1159/000021986.

Dror, IE; Kosslyn, SM; (1998) Age degradation in top-down processing: Identifying objects from canonical and noncanonical viewpoints. Experimental Aging Research , 24 (3) 203 - 216. 10.1080/036107398244210.

Dror, IE; Schreiner, CS; (1998) Chapter 4 Neural networks and perception. Advances in Psychology , 126 (C) 77 - 85. 10.1016/S0166-4115(98)80018-6.

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Hirschfield, A; Bowers, K; (1998) The Geography of Crime and Disadvantage: An English Case Study. The Japanese Journal of Crime and Deliquency , 3 77 - 106.

Hirschfield, A; Bowers, K; (1998) Monitoring, measuring and mapping community safety. In: Marlow, A and Pitt, J, (eds.) Planning safer communities. (189 - 212). Russell House Publishing: Lyme Regis.

Hough, M; Tilley, N; (1998) Auditing Crime: Guidance for Local Partnerships. (Crime Prevention and Detection Series 91 ). Home Office: London.

Hough, M; Tilley, N; (1998) Getting the Grease to the Squeak: Research Lessons for Prevention. (Crime Prevention and Detection Series 85 ). Home Office: London.

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Leigh, A; Read, T; Tilley, N; (1998) Britpop II: Problem-oriented Policing in Practice. (Crime Prevention and Detection Series 93 ). Home Office: London.

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Pawson, R; Tilley, N; (1998) Caring Communities, Paradigm Polemics, Design Debates. Evaluation , 4 (1) 73 - 90. 10.1177/13563899822208400.

Pawson, R; Tilley, N; (1998) Cookbook methods and disastrous recipes: a rejoinder to Farrington. Evaluation: The International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice , 4 (1) 211 - 213.

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Taylor, S; Tilley, N; (1998) Asking questions in social research. In: Taylor, S and Field, D, (eds.) Sociological Perspectives of Health and Illness. (39 - 57). Blackwell: Oxford.

Tilley, NJ; (1998) Evaluating the effectiveness of CCTV schemes. In: Norris, C and Armstrong, G and Moran, J, (eds.) Surveillance, CCTV and Social Cmtrol. (139 - 153). Ashgate: Aldershot.

Tilley, NJ; Hopkins, M; (1998) Business as Usual: An Evaluation of the SBCI Programme. (Crime Prevention and Detection Series 95 ). Home Office: London.

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WORTLEY, R; Kane, R; Gant, F; (1998) Public awareness and auto-theft prevention: Getting it right for the wrong reason. Security Journal , 10 59 - 64. Green open access
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WORTLEY, RK; (1998) A two-stage model of situational crime prevention. Studies on Crime and Crime Prevention , 7 (2) 173 - 188. Green open access
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