Publication

English
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Haginoya, S., Hanayama, A., & Koike, T. (in press). Linkage analysis using geographical proximity: A test of the efficacy of distance measures. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice.

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Haginoya, S., Yamamoto, S., Pompedda, F, Naka, M., Antfolk, J., & Santtila, P. (2020). Online simulation training of child sexual abuse interviews with feedback improves interview quality in Japanese university students. Frontiers in Psychology.

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Hanayama, A., Haginoya, S., Kuraishi, H., & Kobayashi, M. (2018). The usefulness of past crime data as an attractiveness index for residential burglars. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, (March), 1–14. http://doi.org/10.1002/jip.1507

Haginoya, S. (2014). Offender demographics and geographical characteristics by offender means of transportation in serial residential burglaries. Psychology, Crime & Law, 20(6), 515-534. doi:10.1080/1068316X.2013.793768

Japanese

Kuraishi, H., Haginoya, S., & Kobayashi, K. (2019).

Development of Japanese Geographic Profiling Software - Spatial Analysis Methods of Offender’s Nodes: SAMON -. Theory and Applications of GIS, (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (in press). Research on case linkage using logistic regression analysis (Rojisuteikku kaikibunseki wo mochiita jikenrinkubunseki ni kansuru kenkyu). Applied Psychology Handbook Editorial Committee (ed.) Handbook of Applied Psychology (Oyoushinrigaku handobukku), Fukumura Shuppan Inc. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (in press). Geographic profiling (Chiri teki purofairingu). Kazunori Hanyu, Seiji Shibata, & Takahito Shimada (eds.) Easy-to-understand Environmental Psychology (Yoku-wakaru kankyoshinrigaku), Minerva Shobo. (Japanese)

Hanayama, A., Haginoya, S., & Kuraishi, H. (2019). Comparing accuracy of geographic profiling by differences in distance measures. Japanese Journal of Forensic Science and Technology, (March), 1–14. doi: 10.3408/jafst.755 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2018). Chapter 7: Theft in elders (koreisha niyoru setto). Keita Ochi (ed.) Criminal Psychology of the Elderly (koreisha no hanzaishinrigaku), Seishin Shobo. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2018). Chapter 6: Environmental psychology about criminal investigation (Hanzaisosa ni kansuru kankyoshinrigaku). Nobuo Ota and Kazunori Hanyu (eds.) Environmental psychology: Psychology and job series 17 (Kankyoshinrigaku: Shirizu shinrigaku to shigoto 17), Kitaohji shobo (Japanese)

Gamo, S., Haginoya, S., Hanayama, A., Hosoya, R., Kan, M., Ishiuchi, A., & Maehira, R. (2017). Directional consistency in crime location choice in Japanese residential burglary. Japanese Journal of Forensic Science and Technology, 22(2), 153-160. doi: 10.3408/jafst.721 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S., Kuraishi, H., Hanayama, A., Kobayashi, M., Hosokawa, T., & Sugimoto, T. (2017). Comparing the accuracy of geographic profiling. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 88(2), 123-131. doi: 10.4992/jjpsy.88.16011 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Word map – Psychology in crime investigation: Leading edge of profiling approaching the psychology and behavior in felonious offenders (Wadomappu hanzaisosa no shinrigaku: Kyoakuhan no shinri to kodo ni semaru purofairingu no saisentan, Book review: 2015, Shinyosha). Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 32(2), 142-143. (Japanese)

Kan, M., Haginoya, S., Hosokawa, T., Gamo, S., & Ishiuchi, A. (2016). Comparing the accuracy of geographic profiling models and effects of the number of crime locations. Japanese Journal of Criminal Psychology, 54(1), 41-51. doi: 10.20754/jjcp.54.1_41 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Chapter 11: Theft (Setto). Keita Ochi & Masayuki Kiriu (eds.) Textbook: Legal and Criminological Psychology (Tekisuto shihohanzaishinrigaku), Kitaohji shobo. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Examining linkage analysis in serial and non-serial crimes Japanese Journal of Applied Psychology, 42(2), 1-9. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Linkage analysis across different types of crime, by using geographical and temporal proximity. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 87(4),343 -353. doi: 10.4992/jjpsy.87.15030 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Residential burglar (Jutaku shinnyuto). Japanese Association of Criminal Psychology (ed.) Encyclopedia of Crime Psychology (Hanzaishinrigaku jiten), Maruzen publishing, (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2016). Offender profiling study: Analysis of residential burglaries (Hanzaisha purofuairingu kenkyu: Jutaku taisho shinnyusetto jiken no bunseki), Kitaohji shobo. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S., Hanayama, A., Ono, S., Gamo, S., Maehira, R., & Hosokawa, T. (2014). Predicting offender characteristics in serial house burglaries based on modus operandi. Japanese Journal of Forensic Science and Technology, 19(1), 31-43. doi: 10.3408/jafst.19.31 (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2014). Linkage analysis of house burglaries. Japanese Journal of Applied Psychology, 40(1), 45-53. (Japanese)

Haginoya, S. (2011). “Detection of deception using non-verbal behavior” and “Criteria based content analysis” and “Criminal psychological linguistics” K. Ochi, M. Fujita, and K. Watanabe (eds.) Encyclopedia of Law and Psychology (ho to shinrigaku no jiten), Asakura Publishing Co. (Japanese)