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    • Are psychiatrists affecting the legal process by answering legal questions? 

      Hardie, Timothy; Elcock, Sue (2008)
      Background: Psychiatrists are often asked to answer legal questions. The extent to which they answer strictly legal rather than medical matters is not known.; Aim: To investigate how strongly psychiatrists in England and ...
    • Beliefs about Jinn, black magic and the evil eye among Muslims: Age, gender and first language influences 

      Khalifa, Najat; Hardie, Timothy (2011)
      Mental health services in the UK have been repeatedly criticised for being insensitive to patients’ religious and cultural needs. Muslims form Britain’s largest ethnic minority group-nearly 3% of the UK population-yet, ...
    • Changes to (un)fitness to plead and insanity proceedings 

      Morris, Adrian; Elcock, Sue; Hardie, Timothy (2006)
      Significant changes to both unfitness to plead and the defence of insanity are hidden away in the Domestic Violence, Crime, and Victims Act 2004. These changes, which could easily be overlooked, are the subject of discussion ...
    • Possession and jinn 

      Khalifa, Najat; Hardie, Timothy (2005)
      Muslims form Britain's largest ethnic minority group - nearly three percent of the UK population - and in this community there is widespread belief in jinn possession. The prevalence of jinn possession states remains ...