Ball, K & Wesson (2017) Perceptions of Unwanted Sexual Behaviour on Public Transport: Exploring Transport Density and Behaviour Severity. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 19(3), 199-210. DOI: 10.1057/s41300-017-0026-3 (Full text access to view only version available here: http://rdcu.be/vH9A)
Chadwick, D.D., Wesson, C.J., & Fullwood, C. (2013). Internet Access by People with Intellectual Disabilities: Inequalities and Opportunities. Future Internet - Special Issue "Inequality in the Digital Environment" 5(3), 376-397 (doi: 10.3390/fi5030376).
Wesson, C.J. (2013). Introducing patchwork assessment to a social psychology module: The utility of feedback. Psychology Teaching Review, 19.2, 97-105
Wesson, C.J. & Derrer-Rendall, N.D. (2011). Self Beliefs and Student Goal Achievement. Psychology Teaching Review, 17(10), 3-12.
Derrer-Rendall, N., Wesson, C. J., Anderson, L. & Bould, E. (2009). Students' Goal Achievement: Exploring Individual and Situational Factors. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 19, 7(3), 1031-1052
Wesson, C.J, & Pulford, B. D. (2009). Verbal expressions of confidence and doubt. Psychological Reports, 105, 151-160
Chadwick, D. & Wesson, C. (2016). Digital Inclusion and Disability. In A. Attrill & C. Fullwood (Ed.) Applied Cyberpsychology: Practical application of cyberpsychological theory and research. Chennai, India: Palgrave Macmillan.
Chadwick, D., Fullwood, C., & Wesson, C. (2013). Intellectual disability, identity and the Internet. In R. Luppicini (Ed.) Handbook of research on technoself: identity in a technological society, pp. 229-254. Canada IGI Global. [DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2211-1, ISBN13: 9781466622111]
Practitioner Publications & Reports
Chadwick, D.D. & Wesson, C.J. (2012). Manchester targeted services Magistrates’ court: An Action Research Evaluation (Stage 1 Report & Recommendations). The University of Wolverhampton.
Winder, B. & Wesson, C.J. (2006). Last orders for alcohol related violence: exploring salient factors in the occurrence of violent incidents in UK pubs and other late night venues. Report prepared for the British Glass Institute. Nottingham Trent University.
Harrad, R, Fullwood, C.F., Galbraith, N. & Wesson, C.J. (2015). Text based ideal and actual self-presentations on social media profiles: The influence of self-evaluation. Paper presented at Social Networking in Cyberspace Conference, University of Wolverhampton, September 2015.
Chadwick, D., Fullwood, C., & Wesson, C.J. (2013). Online identity and intellectual disability. Paper presented at Social Networking in Cyberspace Conference, University of Wolverhampton, July 2013.
Wesson, C.J. & Derrer-Rendall, N. (2012). Biases in Academic Expectations. Paper presented at the University of Wolverhampton Psychology Research Conference, December 2012.
Chadwick, D.D. & Wesson, C.J. (2012). A Targeted Magistrate’s court for people with mental health issues and intellectual disabilities: Preliminary findings from an Action Research Evaluation. Paper presented at the University of Wolverhampton Open Research Seminar Series, October 2012.
Derrer-Rendall, N. & Wesson, C, J. (2010). Exploring Individual and Situational Factors in Students' Goal Achievement. British Psychological Society Annual Conference – Educations Theme, DTRP Symposium Abstracts. Psychology Teaching Review, 16(1), 101-103.
Wesson, C.J. (2008). Knowing what they don’t know: Effects of advisor performance feedback on the confidence heuristic. Poster presented at the Annual British Psychological Society Conference, Dublin, April 2008.
Wesson, C.J. (2008). Perceptions of confident speakers and their judgmental biases. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society Social Section Conference, Dublin, April 2008.
Wesson, C.J. and Pulford, B. D. (2006). Knowing what other people know: Implications for the confidence heuristic. Poster presented at the Advice and Trust in Decision Making Conference, UCL, London, June 29-30, 2006.
Wesson, C.J. and Pulford, B.D. (2005). Individual differences in the influence of confidence: The effects of need for closure and need for cognition. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 13(2), p.163.