Coastal Child and Adult Therapeutic Services

Professor Jane Ireland Publications

Below is a list of recent key publications from Professor Jane Ireland.


Adams, C. & Ireland, J. L. (in press). The role of beliefs and trait aggression in prison bullying among young offenders. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology.


Ireland, J. L., Birch, P., Kolstee, J., & Ritchie, A. (2017). Partner abuse and its association with emotional distress: A preliminary study exploring LGBTI relationships. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 54, 118 – 132.

Booth, J., Ireland, J. L., Mann, S., Eslea, M. J., & Holyoak, L. (2017). Anger expression and suppression in the workplace: Causes, characteristics and predictors. International Journal of Conflict Management, 28(3), 368 – 382.

Lewis, M., Ireland., J. L., Abbott, J., & Ireland, C. A. (2017). Initial development of the Psychopathic Processing and Personality Assessment (PAPA) across populations. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 54, 118 – 132.


Ireland, J. L., Ireland, C. A., Lewis, M., Jones, C., & Keeley, S. (2016). Affective, Cognitive and Lifestyle (ACL): Initial development of an implicit and explicit approach to assess psychopathy. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 46, 117 – 128.

Barker, L. F., Ireland., J. L., Chu, S., & Ireland, C. A. (2016). Sleep and its association with aggression among prisoners: Quantity or quality? International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 47, 115 – 121.

Ireland, J. L., Ireland, C. A., & Power, C.L. (2016). Attitudes towards prisoner-to-prisoner bullying and association with prison environments: Examining the components. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 8, 124 – 136.

Ireland J. L., Priday, L., Ireland, C. A., Chu, S., Kilcoyne, & Mulligan, C., (2016) Predicting hospital aggression in secure psychiatric care. British Journal of Psychiatry, 2(1), 96-100.


Ireland, J. L. & Adams, C. (2015). Implicit aggression among young male prisoners: Association with dispositional and current aggression. International Journal of Law & Psychiatry, 41, 89 – 94.