Dr Isabel Clare

Isabel  Clare

University position

Affiliated Lecturer

Dr Isabel Clare is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.

Departments

Department of Psychiatry

Institutes

Cambridge Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Group

Email

ichc2@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Home page

http://www.CIDDRG.org.uk

Research Themes

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience

Developmental Neuroscience

Interests

I work in the Cambridge Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Group in the Dept. of Psychiatry and as a a senior member of the Enduring Disability and/or Disadvantage clinical theme in the NIHR's CLAHRC East of England. My research interests are focussed in three main areas, all relating to men and women with intellectual or other developmental disabilities: a) brain and environment interactions and contributions to everyday decision-making, particularly legally-significant decisions; b) emotional and cognitive functioning; c) engaging people with severe intellectual disabilities in neuroscientific investigations.

Research Focus

Keywords

autism spectrum disorders

offending

intellectual disabilities

decision-making

arousal

Clinical conditions

Autism

Cognitive impairment

Intellectual disabilities

Learning disabilities

Equipment

Ecologically valid approaches

Interviews

Neuropsychological testing

Randomised control trials

Collaborators

Cambridge

Tony Holland

Howard Ring

United Kingdom

Gisli Gudjonsson

Glynis Murphy Web: http://www.kent.ac.uk/tizard/...

Associated News Items


    Key publications

    Clare ICH, Madden EM, Holland AJ, Farrington CJT, Whitson S, Broughton S, Lillywhite A, Jones E, Wade KA, Redley M, Wagner AP (2016), “'What vision?': experiences of Team members in a community service for adults with intellectual disabilities” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 61(3): 197-209

    Langdon PE, Murphy GH, Clare IC, Palmer EJ, Rees J (2013), “An evaluation of the EQUIP treatment programme with men who have intellectual or other developmental disabilities.” J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 26(2):167-80 Details

    Presland A D, Clare, I C H, Broughton S, Luke L R, Wheeler E. Fairchild G, Watson P C, Chan W Y S, Kearns, A, Ring, H (2013), “Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis activity in adults with intellectual disabilities: A preliminary investigation, ” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 57 (6): 539-551.

    Luke L, Clare IC, Ring H, Redley M, Watson P (2012), “Decision-making difficulties experienced by adults with autism spectrum conditions.” Autism 16(6):612-21 Details

    Publications

    2017

    Vella L, Ring HA, Aitken MRF, Watson PC, Presland A, Clare ICH (2017), “Understanding self-reported difficulties in decision-making by people with autism spectrum disorders” autism

    2016

    Finstein EC, Clare IC, Redley M, Holland AJ (2016), “Tensions between policy and practice: A qualitative analysis of decisions regarding compulsory admission to psychiatric hospital” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 46(May-June):50-7

    Ford CE, Malley D, Bateman A, Clare IC, Wagner AP, Gracey F (2016), “Selection and visualisation of outcome measures for complex post-acute acquired brain injury rehabilitation interventions” NeuroRehabilitation 39(1): 65-79

    2015

    Perez CM, Ball SL, Wagner AP, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Redley M (2015), “The incidence of healthcare use, ill health and mortality in adults with intellectual disabilities and mealtime support needs” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 59(7): 638-652

    2014

    Farrington C, Clare ICH, Holland AJ, Barrett M, & Oborn E (2014), “Knowledge exchange and integrated services: experiences from an integrated community intellectual (learning) disability service for adults ” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research DOI: 10.1111/jir.12131

    Gracey F, Malley D, Wagner AP, Clare, ICH (2014), “Characterising neuropsychological rehabilitation service users for service design” Social Care & Neurodisability 5, 16-28

    2013

    Carroll C, Clare ICH, Watson P, Hawkins MM, Spoudeas H, Walker D, Holland AJ, Ring HA (2013), “Effects of early childhood posterior fossa tumours on IQ. Poster presented at the British Neuropsychiatry Association 26th Annual General Meeting, London” J. Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 64, e 1

    Carroll C, Clare ICH, Watson P, Hawkins MM, Spoudeas H, Walker D, Holland AJ, Ring HA (2013), “Effects of early childhood posterior fossa tumours on IQ. Poster presented at the British Neuropsychiatry Association 26th Annual General Meeting, London” J. Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 64, e 1

    Carroll C, Watson P, Spoudeas HA, Hawkins MM, Walker DA, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Ring HA (2013), “Prevalence, associations, and predictors of apathy in adult survivors of infantile (<5 years of age) posterior fossa brain tumors.” Neuro Oncol 15(4):497-505 Details

    Clare ICH, Redley M, Keeling A, Wagner AP, Wheeler J, Gunn M, Holland AJ (2013), “Understanding the interface between the Mental Capacity Act’s Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA-DoLS) and the Mental Health Act (MHA)” Cambridge: Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge

    Rowsell AC, Clare IC, Murphy GH (2013), “The psychological impact of abuse on men and women with severe intellectual disabilities.” J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 26(4):257-70 Details

    Wheeler JR, Clare IC, Holland AJ (2013), “Offending by people with intellectual disabilities in community settings: a preliminary examination of contextual factors.” J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 26(5):370-83 Details

    Wheeler JR, Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2013), “What can social and environmental factors tell us about the risk of offending by people with intellectual disabilities? ” Psychology, Crime & Law 10 doi: 1080/1068316X.2013.854789

    2012

    Murphy GH, Clare ICH (2012), “Working with offenders or alleged offenders with intellectual disabilities” Clinical Psychology and People with Intellectual Disabilities (Eds.) E Emerson, L Dickson, R Gone, C Hatton, J Bromley, A Caine. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons 235-272

    Stainton,Tim and Clare, Isabel (2012), “Special Issue on Human Rights and People with Intellectual Disabilities” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research: Editorial: Stainton, T. and Clare, I.C.H. (2012): Human Rights and Intellectual Disabilities: an emergent theoretical paradigm?), Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56 (11), 1011-1013 56 (11), 1011-1032

    2011

    Ball SL, Panter SG, Redley M, Proctor CA, Byrne K, Clare IC, Holland AJ (2011), “The extent and nature of need for mealtime support among adults with intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res Details

    Bodsworth SM, Clare ICH, Simblett SK, Deafblind UK (2011), “Deafblindness and Mental Health: Psychological distress and unmet need among adults with dual sensory impairment” British Journal of Visual Impairment 29 (1), 6-26

    Clare ICH, Upton J, Luke LR, Simpson S (2011), “Young people with intellectual (learning) disabilities involved in domestic violence: Developing a picture-based resource (Research Grant Awards 2010 Update)” BASPCAN News Autumn 2011, 5,14-15

    Langdon PE, Clare ICH, Murphy GH (2011), “Moral reasoning theory and illegal behaviours by men and women with intellectual disabilities” Psychology, Crime & Law 17 (2), 101-115

    Langdon PE, Murphy GH, Clare IC, Steverson T, Palmer EJ (2011), “Relationships among moral reasoning, empathy, and distorted cognitions in men with intellectual disabilities and a history of criminal offending.” Am J Intellect Dev Disabil 116(6):438-56 Details

    Miller (Bodsworth) S, Clare, ICH (2011), “Deafblindness and mental health.Talking Sense (Sense)” Spring, 36-38; reprinted in Deafblind International Review (Deafblind International), 47, July, 2011, 61-63, and Open Hand (DeafBlind UK), Summer 2011

    Redley M, Clare ICH, Dunn MC, Platten M, Holland AJ (2011), “Introducing the Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA) Service and the reform of adult safeguarding procedures” British Journal of Social Work 41(6), 1058-1069

    Redley M, Keeley H, Clare I, Hinds D, Luke L, Holland A (2011), “Respecting patient autonomy: understanding the impact on NHS hospital in-patients of legislation and guidance relating to patient capacity and consent.” J Health Serv Res Policy 16(1):13-20 Details

    2010

    Dunn MC, Clare IC, Holland AJ (2010), “Living 'a life like ours': support workers' accounts of substitute decision-making in residential care homes for adults with intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 54(2):144-60 Details

    Langdon P., Clare ICH, Murphy GH (2010), “Developing an understanding of the literature relating to the moral development of people with intellectual disabilities” Developmental Review 30, 273-293

    Langdon PE, Clare IC, Murphy GH (2010), “Measuring social desirability amongst men with intellectual disabilities: the psychometric properties of the Self- and Other-Deception Questionnaire-Intellectual Disabilities.” Res Dev Disabil 31(6):1601-8 Details

    Langdon PE, Murphy GH, Clare IC, Palmer EJ (2010), “The psychometric properties of the Socio-Moral Reflection Measure--Short Form and the Moral Theme Inventory for men with and without intellectual disabilities.” Res Dev Disabil 31(6):1204-15 Details

    Redley M, Clare ICH, Luke L, Holland AJ (2010), “Mental Capacity Act (England & Wales) 2005: The emergent Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA) service” British Journal of Social Work 40 (6), 1812-1828

    Woodbury-Smith, M.R., Clare, I.C.H., Holland AJ, Watson P, Bambrick M, Kearns A, Staufenberg, E (2010), “Circumscribed interests and ‘offenders’ with autism spectrum disorders: A case-control study” Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 21, 366-377

    2009

    Clare ICH, Woodbury-Smith MR (2009), “Autism spectrum conditions ” Forensic Neuropsychology in Practice (Eds.) S Young, M Kopelman, G Gudjonsson. Oxford: OUP 109-133

    Dunn MC, Holland AJ, Clare ICH (2009), “The duty to safeguard adults from abuse, Psychiatry” Psychiatry , 8 (12), 484-486

    Fistein EC, Holland AJ, Clare IC, Gunn MJ (2009), “A comparison of mental health legislation from diverse Commonwealth jurisdictions.” Int J Law Psychiatry 32(3):147-55 Details

    Murphy G H, Clare ICH (2009), “Intellectual disabilities and decision-making” Handbook of Forensic Neuropsychology (Eds.) S Young, M Kopelman, GH. Oxford: Oxford University Press 53-79

    Murphy G, Clare ICH (2009), “Intellectual disability ” Forensic Neuropsychology in Practice (Eds.) S Young, M Kopelman, G Gudjonsson. Oxford: OUP 53-79

    Pavey S, Douglas G, Hodges L, Bodsworth S, Clare ICH (2009), “The needs of older people with acquired hearing and sight loss” Occasional Paper London: The Pocklington Trust No. 20

    Pavey S, Douglas G, Hodges L, Bodsworth S, Clare ICH (2009), “The needs of older people with acquired hearing and sight loss” Research Findings London: The Pocklington Trust No. 23

    2008

    Dunn MC, Clare IC, Holland AJ (2008), “Substitute decision-making for adults with intellectual disabilities living in residential care: learning through experience.” Health Care Anal 16(1):52-64 Details

    Dunn MC, Clare IC, Holland AJ (2008), “To empower or to protect? Constructing the 'vulnerable adult' in English law and public policy.” Leg Stud (Soc Leg Scholars) 28(2):234-253 Details

    Keeley H, Redley M, Holland AJ, Clare IC (2008), “Participation in the 2005 general election by adults with intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 52(Pt 3):175-81 Details

    Luke L, Redley M, Clare I, Holland A (2008), “Hospital clinicians' attitudes towards a statutory advocacy service for patients lacking mental capacity: implications for implementation.” J Health Serv Res Policy 13(2):73-8 Details

    Redley M, Platten M, Clare ICH, Holland A (2008), “The Involvement of Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCAs) in Adult Protection Procedures in England: 1st April 2007 – 31st March 2008” London: Department of Health

    2007

    Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2007), “) The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and adults with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour” Challenge (Newsletter of the Challenging Behaviour Foundation) Winter, pp. 2 and 4

    Dunn MC, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Gunn MJ (2007), “Constructing and reconstructing 'best interests': An interpretative examination of substitute decision-making under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.J Soc Welf Fam Law 29(2) Details

    Luke L, Clare ICH, Redley M, Holland AJ (2007), “The Mental Capacity Act’s new Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA) service: its importance for psychologists” Clinical Psychology Forum 175, 52-56

    Murphy GH, O'Callaghan AC, Clare IC (2007), “The impact of alleged abuse on behaviour in adults with severe intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 51(Pt 10):741-9 Details

    Stansfield AJ, Holland AJ, Clare IC (2007), “The sterilisation of people with intellectual disabilities in England and Wales during the period 1988 to 1999.” J Intellect Disabil Res 51(Pt 8):569-79 Details

    Suto WMI, Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2007), “Financial Decision-making. Guidance for supporting financial decision-making by people with learning disabilities” Kidderminster: British Institute of Learning Disabilities ISBN: 1 904082 96 3

    2006

    Clare ICH, Suto WMI (2006), “Financial decision-making” British Psychological Society Assessment of Capacity in Adults: Interim Guidance for Psychologists. Leicester: British Psychological Society 115-120

    Murphy GH, Clare, ICH (2006), “The effect of learning disabilities on witness testimony” Witness Testimony: Psychological, Investigative, and Evidential Perspectives (Eds.) A Heaton-Armstrong, E Shepherd, G Gudjonsson, D Wolchover. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 43-60

    Redley M, Luke L, Keeley H, Clare ICH, Holland A (2006), “The Evaluation of the Pilot Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA) Service” London: Department of Health

    Suto WM, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Watson PC (2006), “Understanding of basic financial concepts among adults with mild learning disabilities.” Br J Clin Psychol 45(Pt 2):261-6 Details

    Suto WMI, Clare ICH, Holland AJ, Watson PC (2006), “Understanding of basic financial concepts among adults with mild learning disabilities” British Journal of Clinical Psychology 45:261-266

    Woodbury-Smith MR, Clare ICH, Holland AJ, Kearns A (2006), “High functioning autistic spectrum disorders, offending and other law-breaking: findings from a community sample” Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 17, 108-120

    2005

    Clare, ICH, Mosher S (2005), “Working with people with aggressive behaviour” Handbook of Forensic Learning Disabilities (Eds.) T Riding, C Swann, B Swann. Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press. 75-96

    Jacob R, Clare IC, Holland A, Watson PC, Maimaris C, Gunn M (2005), “Self-harm, capacity, and refusal of treatment: implications for emergency medical practice. A prospective observational study.” Emerg Med J 22(11):799-802 Details

    Suto WM, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Watson PC (2005), “The relationships among three factors affecting the financial decision-making abilities of adults with mild intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 49(Pt 3):210-7 Details

    Suto WM, Clare IC, Holland AJ, Watson PC (2005), “Capacity to make financial decisions among people with mild intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 49(Pt 3):199-209 Details

    Suto WMI, Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2005), “Maximising capacity to make financial decisions” Tizard Learning Disability Review 10, 4-11

    Woodbury-Smith MR, Clare ICH, Holland AJ, Kearns A, Staufenberg E, Watson (2005), “A case-control study of offenders with high functioning autistic spectrum disorders” Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 16, 747-763

    2004

    Clare ICH (2004), “) ‘Psychological vulnerabilities’ of adults with mild learning disabilities: implications for suspects during police detention and interviewing” International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 11, 159-162

    Suto WMI, Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2004), “Managing money: The path to independent choice-making” Living WELL 4, 11-16

    2003

    Bellhouse J, Holland A, Clare ICH, Gunn M, Watson P (2003), “Capacity-based mental health legislation and its impact on clinical practice: 2) treatment in hospital” Journal of Mental Health Law July, 24-37

    Bellhouse J, Holland A, Clare ICH, Gunn M, Watson P (2003), “Capacity-based mental health legislation and its impact on clinical practice: 1) admission to hospital” Journal of Mental Health Law July, 9-23

    Holland A, Clare IC (2003), “The Human Genome Project: considerations for people with intellectual disabilities.” J Intellect Disabil Res 47(Pt 7):515-25 Details

    Murphy, GH, Clare, ICH (2003), “Adults’ capacity to make legal decisions” Handbook of Psychology in Legal Contexts 2nd Edn. (Eds.) D Carson, RHC Bull. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons 31-66

    O’Callaghan A, Murphy GH, Clare, ICH (2003), “The impact of abuse on men and women with severe learning disabilities and their families” , British Journal of Learning Disabilities 31, 175-180

    2002

    Fenner S, Gudjonsson H, Clare, ICH (2002), “Understanding of the current police caution (England and Wales) among suspects in police detention” , Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 12, 83-93

    Holland T, Clare IC, Mukhopadhyay T (2002), “Prevalence of criminal offending by men and women with intellectual disability and the characteristics of offenders: implications for research and service development.” J Intellect Disabil Res 46 Suppl 1:6-20 Details

    Holland T, Clare ICH (2002), “Disability, suffering and moral status in the age of the Human Genome Project” Newsletter of the Network on Ethics and Intellectual Disability 6 (2), 1-3

    Milne R, Clare ICH, Bull R (2002), “) Interrogative suggestibility among witnesses with mild intellectual disabilities: The use of an adaptation of the GSS” Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 15, 8-17

    Suto WMI, Clare ICH, Holland, AJ (2002), “Substitute financial decision-making in England and Wales: a study of the Court of Protection” Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 24, 37-54

    2001

    Bellhouse J, Holland AJ, Clare ICH, Gunn MJ (2001), “Decision-making capacity in adults: its assessment in clinical practice” Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 7, 294-301

    Clare ICH, Murphy GH (2001), “Special Issue on Witnesses with Learning Disabilities” British Journal of Learning Disabilities: Clare ICH, Murphy GH (Guest Eds). 29 (3), 79-80

    Gunn M, Bellhouse J, Clare ICH, Holland AJ, Watson P (2001), “Families and new medical dilemmas – capacity to make decisions” Child and Family Law Quarterly 13 (4), 383-398

    2000

    Clare ICH (2000), “Advances in Psychology and Law. International Contributions (eds. S. Redondo, V. Garrido, J. Perez and R. Barbaret)” Forensic Linguistics 7 (2), 266-268

    Clare ICH, McGill P (2000), “Challenging behaviour” The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Work (Ed.) M Davis. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers 45-47

    Gudjonsson GH, Murphy GH, Clare IC (2000), “Assessing the capacity of people with intellectual disabilities to be witnesses in court.” Psychol Med 30(2):307-14 Details

    Gunn MJ, Wong JG, Clare ICH, Holland AJ (2000), “Medical research and incompetent adults” Journal of Mental Health Law , February, 60-72

    Wong JG, Clare, ICH, Holland AJ, Watson PC, Gunn M (2000), “The capacity of people with a ‘mental disability’ to make a health care decision” Psychological Medicine 30, 295-306

    1999

    Gunn MJ, Wong JG, Clare IC, Holland AJ (1999), “Decision-making capacity.” Med Law Rev 7(3):269-306 Details

    Holland AJ, Clare ICH, Baron-Cohen S, Woodbury-Smith M (1999), “Current Issues Surrounding the Diagnosis, Management and Treatment of Children and Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome” London: Department of Health

    Milne R, Clare ICH, Bull R (1999), “Using the cognitive interview with adults with mild learning disabilities” Psychology, Crime & Law 5, 81-99

    Wong JG, Clare IC, Gunn MJ, Holland AJ (1999), “Capacity to make health care decisions: its importance in clinical practice.” Psychol Med 29(2):437-46 Details

    1998

    Carson G, Clare ICH, Murphy GH (1998), “) Assessment and treatment of self-injury with a man with a profound learning disability” British Journal of Learning Disabilities 26, 51-57

    Clare ICH, Gudjonsson GH, Harari PM (1998), “Understanding of the current police caution (England and Wales)” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 8, 323-329

    Clare, ICH, Murphy, GH (1998), “Working with offenders or alleged offenders with intellectual disabilities” Clinical Psychology and People with Intellectual Disabilities (Eds.) E. Emerson, A Caine, J Bromley, C Hatton. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons 154-176

    Murphy G, Clare IC (1998), “People with learning disabilities as offenders or alleged offenders in the UK criminal justice system.” J R Soc Med 91(4):178-82 Details

    Pearse J, Gudjonsson GH, Clare ICH, Rutter SC (1998), “Police interviewing and psychological vulnerabilities: Predicting the likelihood of a confession” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 8, 1-21

    1997

    Carson D, Clare, ICH (1997), “Boundaries with the criminal justice and other legal systems” There Are No Easy Answers. The provision of continuing care and treatment to adults with learning disabilities who sexually abuse others (Eds.) J Churchill, H Brown, A Craft, C Horrocks. Chesterfield: ARC/ NAPSAC 53-68

    Clare ICH, Carson D (1997), “Practice: Wise and defensible decisions” There Are No Easy Answers. The provision of continuing care and treatment to adults with learning disabilities who sexually abuse others (Eds.) J Churchill, H Brown, A Craft, C Horrocks. Chesterfield: ARC/ NAPSAC 69-88

    Murphy GH, Clare, ICH (1997), “Consent issues” Adults with Learning Disabilities: A Practical Approach for Health Professionalsin (Eds.) J O’Hara, A Sperlinger. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons 227-228

    Thompson D, Clare ICH, Brown H (1997), “Not such an ‘ordinary’ relationship: the role of women care staff in relation to men with learning disabilities who have difficult sexual behaviour” Disability & Society 12, 573-592

    VOICE UK (1997), “Competent to Tell the Truth” Guidance booklet (Report of a VOICE UK Working Party (Chair: Professor Michael Gunn)). Derby: VOICE UK ISBN 0 952 6085 1 0

    1996

    Hollins S, Clare ICH, Murphy GH. Illustrated by Webb B (1996), “You’re Under Arrest” London: Royal College of Psychiatrists/St. George’s Hospital Medical School ISBN 1 901242 00 5

    Hollins S, Clare ICH, Murphy GH. Illustrated by Webb B (1996), “You’re On Trial” London: Royal College of Psychiatrists/St. George’s Hospital Medical School ISBN 1 901242 01 3

    McGill PF, Clare ICH, Murphy GH (1996), “Understanding and responding to challenging behaviour: from theory to practice” Tizard Learning Disability Review 1 (1), 9-17

    Murphy GH, Clare ICH (1996), “Analysis of motivation in people with mild learning disabilities (mental handicap) who set fires” Psychology, Crime & Law 2, 153-164

    Murphy GH, Estien D, Clare, ICH (1996), “Services for people with mild learning disabilities and challenging behaviour: Service user views” , Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 9, 256-283

    1995

    Clare ICH (1995), “) Police Station Skills for Legal Advisers (Eric Shepherd and the Law Society)” Applied Cognitive Psychology 9 (5), 454-456

    Clare ICH, Gudjonsson GH (1995), “The vulnerability of suspects with intellectual disabilities during police interviews: A review and experimental study of decision-making” Mental Handicap Research (Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities) 8 (2), 110-128

    Clements JC, Clare ICH, Ezelle LA (1995), “Real Men, Real Women, Real Lives? Gender issues in challenging behaviour” Disability & Society 10 (4), 425-435

    Gudjonsson GH, Clare ICH (1995), “The relationship between confabulation and I.Q., memory, interrogative suggestibility and acquiescence” Personality & Individual Differences 19 (3), 333-338

    Gudjonsson GH, Rutter SC, Clare IC (1995), “The relationship between suggestibility and anxiety among suspects detained at police stations.” Psychol Med 25(4):875-8 Details

    Gudjonsson GH, Rutter SC, Clare ICH (1995), “The relationship between suggestibility and anxiety among suspects detained at police stations” Psychological Medicine 25, 875-878

    Murphy GH, Clare, ICH (1995), “Adults’ capacity to make decisions affecting the person” Psychology in Legal Contexts (Eds.) RHC Bull, DC Carson. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. 97-128

    1994

    Clare IC, Gudjonsson GH, Rutter SC, Cross P (1994), “The inter-rater reliability of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale (form 2).” Br J Clin Psychol 33 ( Pt 3):357-65 Details

    Clare ICH (1994), “Treatment of men with mild learning disabilities who are perpetrators of sexual abuse: motivational difficulties and effects on practitioners” Bulletin of the National Association for the Protection from Sexual Abuse of Adults and Children with Learning Disabilities (NAPSAC) No.8 (June), 3-6

    Davison FM, Clare IC, Georgiades S, Divall J, Holland AJ (1994), “Treatment of a man with a mild learning disability who was sexually assaulted whilst in prison.” Med Sci Law 34(4):346-53 Details

    Gudjonsson GH, Clare ICH (1994), “The proposed new police caution (England and Wales): how easy is it to understand? ” Expert Evidence 3 (3), 109-112

    1993

    Clare IC, Gudjonsson GH (1993), “Interrogative suggestibility, confabulation, and acquiescence in people with mild learning disabilities (mental handicap): implications for reliability during police interrogations.” Br J Clin Psychol 32 ( Pt 3):295-301 Details

    Clare ICH (1993), “Issues in the assessment and treatment of male sex offenders with mild learning disabilities” Sexual and Marital Therapy 8 (2), 167-180

    Clare ICH, Murphy GH (1993), “M.I.E.T.S.: A service option for people with mild mental handicaps and challenging behaviour and/or psychiatric problems. III: Follow-up of the first six clients to be discharged from the service: Diverse measures of effectiveness” Mental Handicap Research 6 (1), 70-91

    Gudjonsson GH, Clare ICH, Rutter SC Pearse J (1993), “Persons at risk during interviews in police custody: The identification of vulnerabilities” Royal Commission on Criminal Justice London: HMSO Research Study No.12

    McCusker CG, Clare ICH, Cullen C, Reep J (1993), “Alcohol-related knowledge and attitudes in people with mild learning disabilities - Does education make a difference? ” Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 3, 29-40

    1992

    Charman T, Clare ICH (1992), “) Education about the laws and social rules relating to sexual behaviour: a group for male sexual offenders with mild mental handicaps” Mental Handicap 20 (2), 74-80

    Clare ICH, Gudjonsson GH (1992), “Devising and piloting an experimental version of the "Notice to Detained Persons"” Royal Commission on Criminal Justice London: HMSO Research Study No. 7

    Clare ICH, Murphy GH, Cox D, Chaplin EH (1992), “Assessment and Treatment of Fire-setting: A single-case investigation using a cognitive-behavioural model” Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 2 (3), 253-268

    Ezelle L, Clare ICH, Clements JC (1992), “Gender issues in challenging behaviour” Community Living January, 21-22

    Gudjonsson GH, Clare ICH,Cross P (1992), “The revised PACE ‘Notice to Detained Persons’: How easy it is to understand? ” Journal of the Forensic Science Society 32 (4), 289-299

    1991

    Murphy GH, Clare ICH (1991), “M.I.E.T.S.: A service option for people with mild mental handicaps and challenging behaviour and/or psychiatric problems. II: psychological assessment and treatment, outcome for clients and service effectiveness” Mental Handicap Research 20 (2), 180-206

    1990

    Clare I, Clements J (1990), “Social cognition and impaired social interaction in people with severe learning difficulties.” J Ment Defic Res 34 ( Pt 4):309-24 Details

    Clare ICH (1990), “Sterilisation of adult women with severe learning disabilities: where are we now? ” Newsletter of the Division of Criminological and Legal Psychology, British Psychological Society Nov, 32-35