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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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Kerr, Andy and Clark, Allan and Pomeroy, Valerie M. (2019) Neuromechanical differences between successful and failed sit-to-stand movements and response to rehabilitation early after stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 33 (5). pp. 395-403. ISSN 1545-9683

Pomeroy, Valerie M. and Rowe, Philip and Clark, Allan and Walker, Andrew and Kerr, Andrew and Chandler, Elizabeth and Barber, Mark and Baron, Jean-Claude (2016) A randomized controlled evaluation of the efficacy of an ankle-foot cast on walking recovery early after stroke : SWIFT cast trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 30 (1). pp. 40-48. ISSN 1545-9683

van Hedel, Hubertus and Kumru, Hatice and Röhrich, Frank and Galen, Sujay (2012) Changes in electrical perception threshold within the first 6 months after traumatic spinal cord injury : a multicenter responsiveness study. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 26 (5). pp. 497-506.

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