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BELMONTE, M.K., EGAAS, B., TOWNSEND, J. and COURCHESNE, E., 1995. NMR intensity of corpus callosum differs with age but not with diagnosis of autism. NeuroReport, 6 (9), pp. 1253-1256. ISSN 0959-4965

BOGDANIS, G.C., NEVILL, M.E., BOOBIS, L.H., LAKOMY, H.K. and NEVILL, A.M., 1995. Recovery of power output and muscle metabolites following 30 s of maximal sprint cycling in man. The Journal of Physiology, 482 (2), pp. 467-480. ISSN 0022-3751


DINGWALL, R., 1995. [Invited paper]. In: Conference: 'L'Expertise du Pharmacien Dispensateur: Approche des Sciences Sociales', Université René Descartes Paris V, October 1995, Paris.

DINGWALL, R., 1995. Le verouillage du marché: les pharmacies anglaises dans la course à la licence 1794-1868. In: J. LASSELAIN, ed., Profession pharmacien: le regard des sciences sociales. Paris: Edition Imhotep Médecine Sciences, pp. 15-22.

DINGWALL, R., 1995. NHS managers and the CNST: value for money? .

DINGWALL, R., 1995. Review of G Harding et al., eds., 'Social pharmacy: innovation and development'. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 3 (2), p. 128.

DINGWALL, R., 1995. Review of T Johnson et al., eds., 'Health professions and the state in Europe'. Sociology of Health and Illness, 17 (4), pp. 566-567.

DINGWALL, R. and DURKIN, T., 1995. Time management and procedural reform: some organizational questions for Lord Woolf. In: A.A.S. ZUCKERMAN and R. CRANSTON, eds., Reform of civil procedure: essays on `Access to Justice'. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 372-392.

DINGWALL, R., EEKELAAR, J.M. and MURRAY, T., 1995. The protection of children: state intervention and family life. Aldershot: Avebury.

DINGWALL, R. and FENN, P., 1995. Risk management: financial implications. In: C. VINCENT, ed., Clinical risk management. London: BML Publications, pp. 73-87.

DINGWALL, R. and GREATBATCH, D., 1995. Family mediation practitioners and researchers in the shadow of the Green Paper: a rejoinder to Marian Roberts. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 17, pp. 199-206.

DINGWALL, R. and KING, M.D., 1995. Herbert Spencer and the professions: occupational ecology reconsidered. Sociological Theory, 13 (1), pp. 13-24.

DINGWALL, R. and WILSON, E., 1995. Is pharmacy really an 'incomplete profession'? In: J.A. HOLSTEIN and G. MILLER, eds., Perspectives on social problems: vol. 7. Greenwood, Conn.: JAI, pp. 111-128.


FENN, P. and DINGWALL, R., 1995. Mutual Trust? Trusts should read the small print of the new NHS Mutual Fund [Editorial]. British Medical Journal, 310 (25), p. 756.

FISHER, S. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Current trends in slot machine gambling: research and policy issues. Journal of Gambling Studies, 11, pp. 239-247.

FISHER, S.E. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Slot machine gambling. New York: Human Science Press.

FRASER, I., 1995. Beyond Prometheus: Hegel on the need to be free. Politics, 15 (2), pp. 97-103. ISSN 0263-3957


GANN, R., 1995. The Limits of Textbook Ideology. Politics, 15 (2), pp. 127-133. ISSN 0263-3957

GILLESPIE, T., 1995. Feminist research: reclaiming objectivity. Research Policy and Planning, 12 (2), pp. 23-25.

GRAYSON, A., CLARKE, D.D. and MILLER, H., 1995. Students' everyday problems: a systematic qualitative analysis. Counselling, 6, pp. 197-202.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. 10 ways to spot child gamblers. , p. 5.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Adolescent gambling. London: Routledge.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Gambling cross addictions. Clinical Psychology Forum, 77, pp. 25-30.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Is there a role for psychology in podiatry teaching? Journal of British Podiatric Medicine, 50, pp. 59-60.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Netties anonymous: are some people addicted to the Internet? , p. 17.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. 'Pop' psychology. The Psychologist: Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 8, pp. 455-457.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Scratch-card gambling: a potential addiction? Education and Health, 13 (2), pp. 17-20. ISSN 0265-1602

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Technological addictions. Clinical Psychology Forum, 76, pp. 14-19.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Towards a risk factor model of fruit machine addiction: a brief note. Journal of Gambling Studies, 11, pp. 343-346.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. The role of subjective mood states in the maintenance of gambling behaviour. Journal of Gambling Studies, 11, pp. 123-135.

GRIFFITHS, M.D. and DANCASTER, I., 1995. The effect of Type A personality on physiological arousal while playing computer games. Addictive Behaviors, 20, pp. 543-548.

GRIFFITHS, M.D. and HUNT, N., 1995. Computer game playing in adolescence: prevalence and demographic indicators. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 5, pp. 189-193.


HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. Changing the probation service: a role for policy? In: A. VASS and T. MAY, eds., Working with offenders: scenes and perspectives. London: Sage, pp. 116-134.

HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. Culture, race and policy: some themes of the sociology of the police. Policing and Society, 5, pp. 109-120.

HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. Equal opportunities for women officers in South Yorkshire Police. South Yorkshire Police.

HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. Exploring non-custodial sanctions: criminological research on probation. The International Review of Criminal Justice, 5 (3), pp. 72-95.

HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. Modernity and rationality in European policing. In: J.P. BRODEUR, ed., Comparison in policing. Aldershot: Avebury, pp. 145-160.

HOLDAWAY, S., 1995. A survey of sentencers' views of Greater Manchester Probation Service. Greater Manchester Probation Service.

HOPKINS, K.J. and BURKE, R.D., 1995. Children: victims or offenders? In: Proceedings of the Safety in Schools Conference 1995, London.

HOPKINS, K.J., O'NEILL, M. and GOODE, N., 1995. Juvenile prostitution - the experience of young women in residential care. Child-Right (113), pp. 14-16.


KEENAN, W.J.F., 1995. Fashion and anti-fashion in the garments of God. In: British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Study Group Conference, Edward King House, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, 11-13 April 1995, Lincoln.

KEENAN, W.J.F., 1995. Towards sociology self-accounting: a proposal for a code of good accounting practice for sociology. , pp. 27-29.

KEENAN, W.J.F., 1995. The ethical challenge of post-conventional healthcare. In: Oxford Centre for the Study of Social Values International Conference, St.Catherine's College, University of Oxford, 11-14 July 1995, Oxford.


MAGUIRE, K., 1995. Do EHOs know enough about mental illness? Environmental Health, p. 191. ISSN 0013-9270

MCMANUS, I.C., RICHARDS, P., WINDER, B.C., SPROSTON, K.A. and STYLES, V., 1995. Medical school applicants from ethnic minority groups: identifying if and when they are disadvantaged. BMJ, 310 (6978), pp. 496-500. ISSN 0959-8138


O'NEILL, M., 1995. Belgium votes to be squeezed gently. European Brief, 2 (7).

O'NEILL, M., 1995. Of watermelons and cucumbers: Europe's Green parties - an exercise in ideological mapping. Contemporary Politics, 1 (3), pp. 102-125. ISSN 1356-9775

O'NEILL, M., 1995. Oil on the troubled waters of Greenpeace. European Brief, 2 (8).

O'NEILL, M., 1995. The pursuit of a grand illusion. European Brief, 3 (1).


PHILLIPS, C.A., ROLLS, S., ROUSE, A. and GRIFFITHS, M.D., 1995. Home video game playing in schoolchildren: a study of incidence and pattern of play. Journal of Adolescence, 18, pp. 687-691.

PILCHER, J., 1995. Age and generation in modern Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198279617

PILCHER, J., 1995. The gender significance of women in power: British women talking about Margaret Thatcher. European Journal of Women's Studies, 2 (4), pp. 493-508. ISSN 1350-5068


STEVENSON, K., 1995. Competency and credibility: the evidence of children in cases of child sexual abuse. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

SUTTON, M., 1995. Supply by theft: does the market for second-hand goods play a role in keeping crime figures high? British Journal of Criminology, 38 (3). ISSN 0007-0955


TSELONI, A., 1995. The modelling of threat incidence: evidence from the British Crime Survey. In: R.E. DOBASH, R.P. DOBASH and L. NOAKS, eds., Gender and crime. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 269-294.


WILLIAMS, G., 1995. Video testimony in criminal trials: children and other vulnerable witnesses. In: Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Warwick University, April 1995, Warwick.

WRIGHT, C.Y., 1995. Ethnic relations in primary schools. In: S. TOMLINSON and M. CRAFT, eds., Ethnic relations in schools in the 1990s. Athlone Press.

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