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Open Access research that is addressing youth & criminal justice...

Advancing our understanding of crime and criminal justice, including youth justice, is a key area of research enquiry by researchers based at the Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice (SCCJR) and the Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ), within the School of Social Work & Social Policy.

SCCJR seeks to advance this understanding through theoretical, empirical and applied research, working with communities and policy makers, while simulatneously fostering a national criminological research capacity. Specialisms include the role of violence, drugs and alcohol in crime and the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, CYCJ remains dedicated to supporting improvements in youth justice, contributing to better lives for individuals, families and communities. Research here focuses on improving youth justice practice, policy and research.

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Martinez-Garay, Isabel and Guidi, Luiz G. and Holloway, Zoe G. and Bailey, Melissa A. G. and Lyngholm, Daniel and Schneider, Tomasz and Donnison, Timothy and Butt, Simon J. B. and Velayos-Baeza, Antonio and Molnár, Zoltán and Monaco, Anthony P. (2016) Normal radial migration and lamination are maintained in dyslexia-susceptibility candidate gene homolog Kiaa0319 knockout mice. Brain Structure and Function. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1863-2653

MacLaren, Duncan A. A. and Wilson, David I. G. and Winn, Philip (2015) Selective lesions of the cholinergic neurons within the posterior pedunculopontine do not alter operant learning or nicotine sensitization. Brain Structure and Function. ISSN 1863-2653

Alderson, Helen L and Latimer, Mary P and Winn, Philip (2008) A functional dissociation of the anterior and posterior pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus : excitotoxic lesions have differential effects on locomotion and the response to nicotine. Brain Structure and Function, 213 (1-2). pp. 247-253. ISSN 1863-2653

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