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Open Access research that delivers better decision support and knowledge modelling

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by Management Science at Strathclyde. Particular research specialisms include knowledge modelling within organisations but also problem structuring and analytical approaches to better interpret risk and uncertainty. Some of these management science approaches are applied within healthcare systems and have close links with economics and operations management.

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Number of items: 6.

2022

Morton, Liza and Cogan, Nicola and Kolacz, Jacek and Calderwood, Calum and Nikolic, Marek and Bacon, Thomas and Pathe, Emily and Williams, Damien and Porges, Stephen W. (2022) A new measure of feeling safe : developing psychometric properties of the neuroception of psychological safety scale (NPSS). Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. ISSN 1942-9681

Cogan, N. and Chin-Van Chau, Y. and Russell, K. and Linden, W. and Swinson, N. and Eckler, P. and Knifton, L. and Jordan, V. and Williams, D. and Coleman, C. and Hunter, S. C. (2022) Are images of seized knives an effective crime deterrent? A comparative thematic analysis of young people's views within the Scottish context. Journal of Youth Studies. ISSN 1367-6261

2021

Morton, L. and Cogan, N. and Kolacz, J. and Nikolic, M. and Calderwood, C. and Bacon, T. and Williams, Damien and Pathe, E. and Porges, S.W. (2021) A new measure of feeling safe : developing psychometric properties of the neuroception of psychological safety scale (NPSS). Preprint / Working Paper. Open Science Framework (OSF), Charlottesville, VA.

Cogan, Nicola and Chau, Chin-Van Y. and C. Hunter, Simon and Russell, Kirsten and Linden, Will and Williams, Damien and Swinson, Nicola and Eckler, Petya and Knifton, Lee and Jordan, Vicki (2021) Knife seizure imagery project report. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Cogan, N. and Chin-Van Chau, Y. and Russell, K. and Linden, W. and Eckler, P. and Swinson, N. and Knifton, L. and Williams, D. and Coleman, C. and Hunter, S. C. (2021) Are images of seized knives an effective crime deterrent? Views of young people within the Scottish context. Preprint / Working Paper. PsyArXiv, Charlottesville, VA.

Cogan, N. and Chin-Van Chau, Y. and Russell, K. and Linden, W and Swinson, N. and Eckler, P. and Knifton, L. and Jordan, V. and Williams, D. and Carney, S. and Sharp, M. and Hunter, S. C. (2021) Is knife seizure imagery an effective crime deterrent? A multi-method study. In: 22nd Annual Conference of European Society of Criminology, 2021-09-08 - 2021-09-10, Online.

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