Slater, C., Woodhams, J., & Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. (2104). Can serial rapists be distinguished from one-off rapists? Behavioral Sciences and the Law. 32(2), 220-239. doi: 10.1002/bsl.2096
Slater, C., Woodhams, J., & Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. (2015). Testing the assumptions of crime linkage with stranger sex offenses: A more ecologically-valid study. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 30(4), 261-273. doi: 10.1007/s11896-014-9160-3
Slater, C. & Komarzynska, K. (2012) What can we learn from crime scene behaviour? Psychologist in the Pub, Oxford, UK.
Slater, C., Woodhams, J., & Hamilton-Giachritsis, C. (2014) A more ecologically valid assessment of the crime linkage principles with serial sexual assaults. International Conference of Investigative Psychology, London, England.
Slater, C., Komarzynska, K., & Woodhams, J. (2012) Crime linkage of serial sex offenders in the UK. Cracow Conference of Psychology and Law, Krakow, Poland.
Slater, C. & Woodhams, J. (2012). Examining the two assumptions of case linkage with serial and one-off offenders. Research Day, University of Birmingham, UK.
Slater, C. & Woodhams, J. (2011). Crime linkage of serial stranger rapes in the UK. PsyPAG (The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group) Conference, Bangor, Wales.
Slater, C. & Ellsworth, P. (2010). Do gender incongruent careers adversely influence criminal punishment assessment? Psychology Research Forum for Honors, University of Michigan, USA.