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 Hope Kent

Hope Kent

Postgraduate Research Student

 Washington Singer 

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

ESRC funded PhD student, studying on the Advanced Quantitative Methods pathway of SWDTP studentships. 

My research interests are around using statistical modelling (particularly multi-level modelling) in large administrative datasets to understand criminalisation of people with neurodisabilities. In my PhD, I am looking at linked Ministry of Justice and Department of Education data to understand criminalisation of children and young adults, with a particular focus on those with neurodisabilities and Looked After Children. I am also interested in data ethics, and in cumulative risk theory as applied to vulnerable children and adolescents to predict outcomes such as school incompletion or exclusion, and contact with the criminal justice system.  

Research Keywords:

  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Criminal Justice System
  • Forensic Risk
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
  • Cumulative Risk 

Qualifications

Bsc (Hons) Applied Psychology (Clinical), University of Exeter (First Class) 

Msc Psychological Research Methods, University of Exeter (Distinction) 

Evidence Based Psychological Therapies (IAPT)

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Journal articles

Kent H, Williams WH, Hogarth L, Mewse A, Kent H (2021). Poor Parental Supervision is Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury and Reactive Aggression in Young Offenders. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation Abstract.

Chapters

Williams W, Schrieff L, Hughes N, Tonks J, Chitsabesan P, Kent H (2021). Neurodisability and Trauma in Children and Young People in Contact with the Law. In Landsall, Saunders, Eriksson (Eds.) Neurodisability and the Criminal Justice System Comparative and Therapeutic Responses.  Abstract.
Kent H, Williams W, Tonks J (2021). Neurological Theories. In Brown J, Hovarth M (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 69-87.  Abstract.
Kent H, Williams W, Tonks J, Brownhill I (2021). Paediatric outcomes after traumatic brain injury: Social and forensic risk management in multidisciplinary treatment approaches. In Moore, Brifcani, Worthington (Eds.) Neuropsychological Aspects of Brain Injury Litigation : a Medicolegal Handbook for Lawyers and Clinicians.  Abstract.

Reports

Kent H, Williams W (2021). HM Inspectorate of Probation Academic Insights: Traumatic Brain Injury. Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2021

Kent H, Williams W (2021). HM Inspectorate of Probation Academic Insights: Traumatic Brain Injury. Abstract.  Author URL.
Williams W, Schrieff L, Hughes N, Tonks J, Chitsabesan P, Kent H (2021). Neurodisability and Trauma in Children and Young People in Contact with the Law. In Landsall, Saunders, Eriksson (Eds.) Neurodisability and the Criminal Justice System Comparative and Therapeutic Responses.  Abstract.
Kent H, Williams W, Tonks J (2021). Neurological Theories. In Brown J, Hovarth M (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 69-87.  Abstract.
Kent H, Williams W, Tonks J, Brownhill I (2021). Paediatric outcomes after traumatic brain injury: Social and forensic risk management in multidisciplinary treatment approaches. In Moore, Brifcani, Worthington (Eds.) Neuropsychological Aspects of Brain Injury Litigation : a Medicolegal Handbook for Lawyers and Clinicians.  Abstract.
Kent H, Williams WH, Hogarth L, Mewse A, Kent H (2021). Poor Parental Supervision is Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury and Reactive Aggression in Young Offenders. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation Abstract.

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