Research Associate, Cardiff University
Dr Helen Innes trained as a Psychologist and leads for the Institute on secondary analysis of large datasets.
Prior to joining Cardiff she worked on projects examining the influences upon people’s health behaviours and social capital.
Her most recent work has involved leading a multi-site fieldwork trial in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police Service to investigate the effectiveness of crime prevention communications and how behavioural science can increase their salience and receptivity amongst public audiences.
- Innes, H., Tucker, S. and Innes, M. (2017) ‘Murderous Thoughts: The Macro, Micro, and Momentary in Theorizing the Causes and Consequences of Criminal Homicide’ n Brookman, F. and McGuire, M. (Eds.) The Handbook of Homicide. Wiley.