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Clare Allely is a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Salford in Manchester, England. Clare holds a PhD in Psychology from the University of Manchester and has previously graduated with an MA (hons.) in Psychology from the University of Glasgow, an MRes in Psychological Research Methods from the University of Strathclyde and an MSc in Forensic Psychology from Glasgow Caledonian University. Between June 2011 and June 2014, Clare worked at the University of Glasgow in Scotland as a postdoctoral researcher. Clare is also an Honorary Research Fellow in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences affiliated to the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow. Recent projects include a systematic review exploring pain in individuals with autism spectrum disorder; one exploring neurobiological abnormalities in the first few years of life in individuals later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and another investigating the neurodevelopmental profile of serial killers which was published in the journal of Aggression and Violent Behavior. Current research projects and interests include autism spectrum disorders in the criminal justice system and research exploring brain injury or neurodevelopmental disorders in forensic populations. Clare is also currently working on some book chapters including one looking at the neurobiology of brain injury in relation to single and multiple homicide.

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    2017

    Allely, C. "Are autistic people at greater risk of being radicalised?" Source: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "The Pathway to Intended Violence in Mass Shooters". Source: TEDx Talks www.youtube.com

    Allely, C. "Britain’s criminal justice system doesn’t know what to do about autism". Source: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "Britain’s criminal justice system doesn’t know what to do about autism". Källa: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "The Impact of Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Criminal Justice System: A Growing Concern". Källa: University of Salford www.salford.ac.uk

    Allely, C. "Understanding What the Defendant With Asperger’s Syndrome Understood: Effective use of expert evidence to inform jurors and Judges". Källa: Criminal Law and Justice weekly www.criminallawandjustice.co.uk 


    2016

    Allely, C. "How to help vulnerable dads be better fathers". Source: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "Adults with autism in the criminal justice system". Source: The Psychologist, 29, 810-815.

    Allely, C. "Unlocking the Knowledge and Experience of Autism in the Prison: A Staff and Inmate Perspective". Source: University of Salford www.salford.ac.uk

    Allely, C. "Killer Breivik ‘created fantasy world in which he was hero’". Source: University of Salford www.salford.ac.uk

    Allely, C. "Can we predict who will become mass shooters?". Source: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "Deadly combination: the psychiatric disorders that might have made Anders Breivik into a mass shooter". Source: The Conversation www.theconversation.com

    Allely, C. "The Curious Incident of the Man in The Bank: Procedural Fairness and a Defendant with Asperger’s Syndrome". Source: Criminal Law and Justice weekly www.criminallawandjustice.co.uk

    Allely, C. "Autism spectrum disorders in the criminal justice system: police interviewing, the courtroom and the prison environment". Autism – Recent Advances. Source: SMGroup www.smgebooks.com/

     

    Allely, C. "Do certain mental disorders put people more at risk of being radicalised?". Source: University of Salford www.salford.ac.uk


    2015

    Allely, C. "Toolkit for The Advocate's Gateway, entitled 'Witnesses and Defendants with Autism: Memory and Sensory Issues". Source: The Advocate's Gateway www.theadvocatesgateway.org/

    Alelly, C. "Pain in individuals with dementia: is the concept of pain no longer intact?". Source: The Value of Suffering Project www.valueofsuffering.co.uk

    Allely, C. "Foetal Alcohol Syndrome". Source: Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre www.gnc.gu.se


    2013

    Allely, C. "Scientists say talking to baby stops ADHD". Source: The Herald Scotland www.heraldscotland.com

    Allely, C. (2013). "Anorexia nervosa - on the autistic spectrum?" Source: The Psychologist, 26, 656-658.

    Allely, C. (2013). "Gender and age as important determinants of traumatic brain injury outcomes". Source: The PsyPAG Quarterly, 86, 10-15.

    Allely, C. (2013). "Sensory and motor abnormalities within early infancy in individuals later diagnosed with Autism". Source: PsyPAG Quarterly, 87, 5-9.


    2012

    Allely, C. (2012). "Developing an integrated model of eating disorders: A Neurological Perspective". Source: PsyPAG Quarterly, 83, 23-26.


     

     

     

Publications

2017

Allely, C.S., & Faccini, L. (2017). A Conceptual Analysis of Individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder Engaging in Mass Violence. Journal of Forensic and Crime Studies, 1, 1-5.

Allely, C.S., Wilson, P., Minnis, H., Thompson, L., Yaksic, E., & Gillberg, C. (2017). Violence is Rare in Autism: When It Does Occur, Is It Sometimes Extreme? Journal of Psychology, 151, 49-68.

Cooper, P., & Allely, C.S. (2017). You can’t judge a book by its cover: evolving professional responsibilities, liabilities and ‘judgecraft’ when a party has Asperger’s Syndrome. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 68, 35-58.

Faccini, L., & Allely, C.S. (2017). Rare instances of individuals with autism supporting or engaging in terrorism. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 8, 70-82.

Gillberg, C., Fernell, E., Kočovská, E., Minnis, H., Bourgeron, T., Thompson, L., & Allely, C.S. (2017). The role of cholesterol metabolism and various steroid abnormalities in autism spectrum disorders: A hypothesis paper. Autism Research, 10, 1022-1044.

2016

Allely, C.S. (2016). Prevalence and assessment of traumatic brain injury in prison inmates: A systematic PRISMA review. Brain Injury, 30, 1161-1180.

Allely, C.S. (2016). Autism spectrum disorders in the criminal justice system: police interviewing, the courtroom and the prison environment. Autism – Recent Advances. SM Group Open Access eBooks. http://www.smgebooks.com/autism/chapters/AUT-15-02.pdf

Allely, C.S., & Cooke, D. (2016). The relationship between psychopathy traits and neurodevelopmental disorders in forensic populations: A systematic PRISMA review. Sociology and Anthropology, 4, 380-407.

Allely, C.S., & Creaby-Attwood, A. (2016). Sexual offending and autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 7, 35-51.

Allely, C.S., & Gebbia, P. (2016). Studies investigating fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in the criminal justice system: A systematic PRISMA review. SOJ Psychology (SOJP), 2, 1-11.

Faccini, L., & Allely, C.S. (2016). Mass violence in individuals with autism spectrum disorders and narcissistic personality disorder: A case analysis of Anders Breivik using the “Path to Intended and Terroristic Violence” model. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 31, 229–236.

Faccini, L., & Allely, C.S. (2016). Mass violence in an individual with an autism spectrum disorder: A case analysis of Dean Allen Mellberg using the “Path to Intended Violence” model. International Journal of Psychological Research, 11, 1-18.

Scourfield, J., Allely, C.S., Coffey, A., & Yates, P. (2016). Working with fathers of at-risk children: Insights from a qualitative process evaluation of an intensive group-based intervention. Children and Youth Services Review, 69, 259–267.

2015

Allely, C. S. (2015). Experiences of prison Inmates with autism spectrum disorders and the knowledge and understanding of the spectrum amongst prison staff: a review. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 6, 55-67.

Allely, C. S. (2015). Mapping Neurobiological Alterations in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. In: A.W. Toga (red)., Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Elsevier, Oxford.

Allely, C.S., Hadjikhani, N., Toro, R., & Gillberg, C. (2015). Neuropsychiatry. In: A.W.Toga (red)., Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Elsevier, Oxford.

2014

Allely, C.S. (2014). The association of ADHD symptoms to self-harm behaviours: a systematic PRISMA review. BMC Psychiatry, 14, 133.

Allely, C.S., Gillberg, C., & Wilson, P. (2014). Neurobiological abnormalities in the first few years of life in individuals later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: a review of recent data. Behavioural Neurology, 2014, 210780.

Allely, C. S., Minnis, H., Thompson, L., & Wilson, P., & Gillberg, C. (2014). Neurodevelopmental and psychosocial risk factors in serial killers and mass murderers. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 19, 288–301.

Allely, C.S., Puckering, C., Mills, M., Cox, A.D., Evans, J., & Maddox, H. (2014). The impact of the Mellow Parenting programme on later measures of childhood verbal IQ. Journal of Educational and Child Psychology, 31, 28-37.

Puckering, C., Allely, C.S., Doolin, O., Purves, D., McConnachie, A., Johnson, P.C., ... Wilson, P. (2014). Association between parent-infant interactions in infancy and disruptive behaviour disorders at age seven: a nested, case-control ALSPAC study. BMC Pediatrics, 14, 223.

Thomson, R.M., Allely, C.S., Purves, D., Puckering, C., McConnachie, A., Johnson, P.C., ... Wilson, P. (2014). Predictors of positive and negative parenting behaviours: evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. BMC Pediatrics, 14, 247.

2013

Allely, C.S. (2013). Pain sensitivity and observer perception of pain in individuals with autistic spectrum disorder. Scientific World Journal, 2013, 916178.

Allely, C.S. (2013). Sensory and motor abnormalities within early infancy in individuals later diagnosed with Autism. PsyPAG Quarterly, 87, 5-9.

Allely, C.S. (2013). Gender and age as important determinants of traumatic brain injury outcomes. PsyPAG Quarterly, 86, 10-15.

Allely, C.S. (2013). Anorexia nervosa - on the autistic spectrum? Psychologist, 26, 656-658.

Allely, C.S., Purves, D., McConnachie, A., Marwick, H., Johnson, P., Doolin, O., … Wilson, P. (2013). Parent-infant vocalisations at 12 months predict psychopathology at 7 years. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 985-993.

Allely, C.S., Johnson, P.C.D., Marwick, H., Lidstone, E., Kocovská, E., Puckering, C., ... Wilson, P. (2013). Prediction of 7-year psychopathology from mother-infant joint attention behaviours: a nested case--control study. BMC Pediatrics, 13, 147.

Marwick, H., Doolin, O., Allely, C.S., McConnachie, A., Johnson, P., Puckering, C., ... Wilson, P. (2013). Predictors of diagnosis of child psychiatric disorder in adult-infant social-communicative interaction at 12 months. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 562-572.

2012

Allely, C.S. (2012). ‘I feel your pain!’ Neurological and anecdotal evidence to suggest we really can feel others’ pain. Psychologist, 25, 160-161.

Allely, C. (2012). Developing an integrated model of eating disorders: A Neurological Perspective. PsyPAG Quarterly, 83, 23-26.

Allely, C.S., Doolin, O., Gillberg, C., Gillberg, I.C., Puckering, C., Smillie, M., … Wilson, P. (2012). Can psychopathology at age 7 be predicted from clinical observation at one year? Evidence from the ALSPAC cohort. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33, 2292-2300.

Wilson, P., Rush, R., Hussey, S., Puckering, C., Sim, F., Allely, C.S,. ... Gillberg C. (2012). How evidence-based is an 'evidence-based parenting program'? A PRISMA systematic review and meta-analysis of Triple P. BMC Medicine, 10, 130.

2011

Allely, C.S., & Wilson, P. (2011). Diagnosing autism spectrum disorders in primary care. Practitioner, 255, 27-30, 33.

 

 

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