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Dr. Lowenstein has been publishing articles and books, and presenting at International Conferences since 1966.
In addition he has appeared on National Radio and Television since 1972.

Below are listed many of these publications and appearances, arranged by subject.


Personal Injury:


1. Post-traumatic Stress Disorders. Care and Counsellor, Vol 5, No 3, (1995)
pp 25 - 31.
2. The Effect of Brain Damage. Justice of the Peace, Vol 162, No 6, February 7 (1998), pp 101-103.
3. Panic Attacks. Counselling in Education, CIE Newsletter, May 1998, p7.
4. Treating Stress in the Police Force. The Police Journal, Vol LXXII, No 1,
Jan-March, 1999.
5. The Consequences upon Victims of Violent Crime including Domestic Violence. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol 67, Part 4, pp 171-174.
6. Post Traumatic Stress in Victims of Vehicle Accidents. The Police Journal, Vol 74 (2001), No 1, pp 9-25.
7. The Effect of Brain Damage. In: Psychologists facing the challenge of a global culture with human rights and mental health. Edited by R Roth, chapter 43, pp 417-422, published 1999. Publisher: Pabst Science.
8. Post-traumatic Stress Reactions in Victims of Motor Accidents. The Police Journal, Vol 74 (2001), No 1, pp 9-25.
9. Recent Research into Dealing with the Problem of Malingering. Medico- Legal Journal. 2002. Vol 70 Part 1, pp 38-49.
10. Ability and Personality Changes after Brain Damage. The Criminal Lawyer 2002, no 120:pp 5-8.
11. Chapters contained in book “Psychological Aspects of Personal Injury”, 2002:
a) The Psychological Impairment Resulting from Personal Injury.
b) Information Concerning the Psychological Impact of Car Accidents,
c) Non-Medical Treatment for Pain.
d) Obsessive-Compulsive Ruminations:
(i) Research Literature 1989-1995.
(ii) Treatment of Severely Disturbed Obsessive-Compulsive Ruminations.
e) Aspects of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
f) Psychological Aspects of Back Pain and its Treatment.
g) The Treatment of Phobic Disorders Combined with Obsessive- Compulsive Ruminations.
h) Intrusive Thoughts - Recent Research into Diagnosis and Treatment.
i) Minimal Brain Dysfunction - Recent Research into Attitudes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment.
j) What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?
k) Brain Damage - Can Healing Take Place?
l) How do Brain Injuries Affect Abilities and Behaviour?
m) Brain Damage and its Relatively Specific Effects on Behaviour.
n) Ability and Personality Changes after Brain Injuries.
o) Current Hypocrisies in Child Care.
p) Brain Damage - Effects and Treatment Approaches.
q) Psychological Effects and Diagnosis and Treatment of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.
r) Post-Traumatic Stress Reactions in Victims of Vehicle Accidents.
s) Personal Injuries Leading to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders.
t) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders in Children.
u) Victims of Violent Crime Leading to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders.
v) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Caused by Battle or Terrorist Experiences.
w) Has the Psychologist Anything to Offer as an Expert Witness to the Courts?
x) A New Role for the Expert Witness.
y) Joys and Snags of being an Expert Witness in Psychology.

Forensic Psychology:

1.A case of exhibitionism treated by counter conditioning. Adolescence, Vol VIII, No. 30, Summer 1973.
2.Kleptomania – Shoplifting – A survey of recent research and treatment. Guardian Gazette, 17-12-75, Vol 72, No. 45, p1250.
3.The Psychological Assessment of Brain Damage, New Law Journal, 17-7-75.
4.The Schism between the Law and Social Worker. The Police Journal. Vol XLIX, April – June 1976, No.22, pp82-86.
5.Voluntary and Involuntary Culpability, Justice of the Pease 28-8-76, Vol. 10, No 35, pp472-473.
6.The Diagnosis of Brain Damage. Commonwealth Judicial Journal, Journal of the Commonwealth Magistrates Ass., Vol. 1, No. 8, November 1976, pp36-37.
7.The Psychology of Rape, New Law Journal, 3-3-77, Vol. 127, No. 5791, pp220-222.
8.Voluntary v Involuntary Culpability (reprinted) The Criminologist, July 1997, Vol. 10, No.37, pp26-29.
9.Who is the Rapist? Journal of Criminal Law, No.162, April-June, 1977, pp137-146.
10.The Psychology of Marital Break-up. Family Law, Vol 8, No. 1 (1978) pp8-10.
11.Child Arsonists, Their Diagnosis and Treatment. Society of Clinical Psychiatrists, Spring-Summer, 1979, pp17-23.
12.Mugging – Crime of greed and vicious hostility indifference. Police Journal. Jan 1980.
13.Long v Short Term Treatment of Juvenile Offenders. Community Homes and Schools Gazette, Nov 1980, Vol. 74, No. 8, pp268-270.
14.The Diagnosis of Child Arsonists. Acta Paedo Psychiatrica, No. 47, 1981, pp 151-154.
15.A Probing Study and Intensive Treatment of a Potential Murderess. The Police Journal, Vol LVII, No. 4, pp 360-373, 1984.
16.Drugs Misuse – A new solution. Contemporary Review, August 1985, Vol. 247, No. 1435, pp86-91.
17.The Psychology of the Young Murderer. Contemporary Review, August 1986, Vol. 249, No. 1447, pp97 – 104.
18.The Obsessive Compulsive Aspects of the Criminal. The Criminologist, Autumn 1987, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp181-186.
19.Kindermisshandlung (child abuse). Derjugend Psychologe, No. 2, Vol. 13, 1987, pp 24-35.
20.Licence to Kill – Is there a case for the Death Penalty? Contemporary Review, Vol. 252, No. 1464, Jan 1988.
21.The Death Penalty as a Natural Form of Justice. The Criminologist, Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring 1988, pp39-44.
22.Child Abuse by Permissive Handling. Health at School, March 1988, Vol. 3, (6), pp175-176.
23.Homicide – A Review of Recent Research (1975-1985) The Criminologist, Vol. 13, No.2, Summer 1989, pp 74-89.
24.Understanding and Treating The Rapist. The Criminologist, Winter 1989, Vol 13, No. 4, pp196-205.
25.Research into Substance Abuse in 1986 – Part 1. The Criminologist, Spring 1990, Vol 14, No.1
26.A Multiple Treatment Approach to Substance Abuse in a Residential Centre for Disturbed People and their Follow up. The Criminologist, Summer 1990, Vol 14, No.1.
27.Approaches for Substance Abusers – Present and Projected Treatment. Re-Solve Newsletter, Sep-Oct, 1990, No 16, Page 2.
28.The Pscyhological Understanding Of Crime. Contemporary Review, July 1991, Vol. 259, No. 506.
29.Police and Justice – Are They Compatible and What About The Victim? The Police Journal, Vol LXV, No1 Jan-March, 1992, pp 73-79.
30.The Psychologists Role in the Courts. Family Law, Vol. 22, January 1992, pp32-34.
31.The Psychology of the Obsessed Compulsive Killer. The Criminologist, Winter 1992, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp26-38.
32.Sexual Harassment – Causes, Associated Features, Differential Perception and Possible Prevention and Cures. The Criminologist, Vol. 17, No. 1, Spring 1993, pp40-47.
33.Legalising or not legalising drugs. The Police Journal. Vol. LXVI. No. 3, July- Sept 1993.
34.Can Prison Be Made To Reform And Not Merely Incarcerate? The Criminologist, Winter 1993, Vol. 17. No. 4, pp 224-226.
35.Munchausen By Proxy. Carer and Counsellor, Spring 1994, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp13-17.
36.The Police and Social Services: What Unites and What Divides Them? The Police Journal. Vol. LXVII, No.3, July-Sept 1994, pp243-245.
37.Drug Abuse. The Criminologist. Autumn 1994, Vol. 18, No.3, pp145-148.
38.Why Children Kill. Contemporary Review, Feb 1994, Vol 264, No 1537, pp88-90.
39.Marital Therapy – The Importance of the Assessment of the Individuals on Personality Tests. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1994, pp99-104.
40.The Child and Child Sex Allegations. Links. Vol. 1, No.3, 1994, pp32-40.
41.The Diagnosis and Treatment of Young Psychopaths, Pt 1, The Criminologist, Autumn 1996, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp133-152.
42.The Diagnosis and Treatment of Young Psychopaths, Pt 2, The Criminologist, Winter 1996, Vol. 20, No. 4 , pp207-217.
43.Catching Them Young. Police. Vol XXIX, No. 9, May 1997, pp29-29.
44. Infanticide - A Crime of Desperation. The Criminologist, Summer 1997, Vol.21,No,2, pp81-92.
45. Research into the Causes and Manifestations of Aggression in Car Driving. Police Journal, July 1997, Vol.LXX, No.3, pp263-270.
46. The Bystander - An Asset or Deficit in Curbing Criminality. Police Journal,
Vol. LXX, No. 4, Oct-Dec 1997, pp 315-323.
47. Fetishes - General & Specific. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Vol, 16 (4)
1997.
48. The Effect of Brain Damage. Justice of the Peace, Vol, 162, No. 6, February 7th
1998, pp 101-103.
49. Drugs Misuse - A New Solution. Q.A. Schools, Vol.2, Issue 1, Jan-Feb 1998
pp30-31.
50. Why Children Kill. The Police Journal, Winter 1998, Vol. 22, pp 233-234.
51. Parent Alienation Syndrome: A Two Step Approach Toward a Solution.
Contemporary Family Therapy, December 1998, Vol. 20 (4) pp 505-520.
52. Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS). Justice of the Peace, Vol. 163 (3), January
16th 1999, pp 47-50.
53. Parent Alienation Syndrome: What the Legal Profession Should Know.
Medico-Legal Journal, Vol. 66 (4) 1999, pp 151-161.
54. Treating Stress in the Police Force. The Police Journal, Vol. LXXII, No. 1,
Jan-March, 1999, pp 65-74.
55. Psychological Aspects of Asthma: Review of Current Research and Evaluation of a Community Care Programme for Asthmatic Children and Adolescents.
Quality of Life Newsletter, No. 22, May - Aug 1999, p 12.
56. Recovered or Forgotten Memories - Are they fallible? Justice of the Peace,
24th July, 1999, and Vol. 163 25th Sept. 1999, pp 765-766.
57. Aspects of Confessions: What the Legal Profession Should Know. Justice of the Peace. Vol. 163, No. 30, 24th July, 1999 pp 586-591.
58. Mediation in the Legal Profession. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol. 67, Part 2
pp 70-72.
59. Mediation in the Legal Profession (edited version). Justice of the Peace, 4th Sept., 1999, Vol. 162, pp 709-710.
60. Positive and Negative Contributions of Eye Witness Testimonies. Justice of the Peace, 23rd Oct. 1999, Vol. 163, pp 850-853.
61. Juvenile Homicide: The Research. The Police Journal, October 1999,
Vol. LXXII, No. 4, pp 339-346.
62. Parental Alienation and the Judiciary. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol. 67,
Part 3, pp 121-123.
63. The Consequences upon Victims of Violent Crime including Domestic Violence Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol 67, Part 4, pp 171-174.
64. Psychological Profiling - Instinct or Science. Police, January 2000,
Vol. XXXII, No. 1, pp 10-11.
65. Eye-witness Testimony of Children. Justice of the Peace, January 8 2000.
Vol 164, No 2, pp 20-22.
66. The Role of Mediation in child Custody Disputes. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, 1 April 2000, pp 258-262.
67. The Joys and snags of being a psychological expert witness. The Expert, Spring 2000, Vol 5, No 1, pp 18-19.
68. Determinate v. Indeterminate Sentencing. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, 29 April 2000, No 18, pp 340-341.
69. The Obsessive-Compulsive Rapist. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 25, June 17th 2000, pp 481-483.
70. Racism. Police, Vol XXXII, No 8, 8th August 2000, pp 23-27.
71. The Stalking Phenomenon. The Police Journal, Vol 73 (2000), No 2, pp 153- 169.
72. Victims of Violent Crime leading to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Police Journal, Vol 73, No 3, pp 236-262.
73. Competence to Stand Trial. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 36, 2 September 2000, pp 700-702.
74. Psyche Strip-Down. Police, Vol XXXII, No 9, September 2000, pp 14,15,17.
75. Are Intent and Action Equivalent? Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 53,
30 December 2000, pp 1028-1030.
76. Contrasting the Needs of Potentially Dangerous Individuals and the Safeguarding of Society. The Police Journal, Vol 73 (2000), No 4, pp 354-361.
77. Testimonies. Police, Vol XXXIII, No 1, Jan 2001, pp 15-17.
78. Tackling Parental Alienation. Justice of the Peace, Vol 165, No 6, 10 February
2001, p102.
79. Post-traumatic Stress Reactions in Victims of Motor Accidents. The Police Journal, Vol 74 (2001), No 1, pp 9-25.
80. Automatism: Psychological and Legal Aspects. Justice of the Peace, 14 April 2001, Vol 165, No 15, pp 284-288.
81. Recent Research into Arson (1992-2000) Incidence, Causes and Associated Features, Predictions, Comparative Studies, and Prevention and Treatment. The Police Journal. 2001. Vol 74, No 2, pp 108-119.
82. The Identification and Diagnosis of Alleged Victims of Alleged Paedophiles (What to do and What to Avoid). Justice of the Peace. 26 May 2001, Vol 165, No 21, pp 400-406.
83. Another look at hostage taking (Strategies for dealing with hostage takers). Chapter in book: Roth, R (Ed); Neil, S (Ed); A matter of life: Psychological theory, research and practice. pp 326-336. 2001, Pabst: Science Publishers.
84. Understanding the Paedophile Psyche. Police. August 2001, Vol XXXIII (8): 11-13.
85. A Journey into the Unknown (Ludwig Lowenstein investigates the long-term effects of ecstasy). Christian Counsellor, July- Sept 20001. Issue 10: pp
25-27.
86. Recent Psychological Research into Victims and Perpetrators. The Police Journal. 2001. Vol 74: pp 202-205.
87. The Identification and Diagnosis of Alleged Victims and Alleged Paedophiles (What to Do and What to Avoid Doing). The Police Journal. 2001. Vol 74; pp 237-250
88. Recent Research into the Direct Relationship between Criminality and Substance Abuse. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 2001. Vol 9: pp 257-272.
89. A Review of Recent Research into Risk Assessment of Children. Medico-Legal Journal (2001). Vol 69, Part 3: 133-138.
90. Recent Research into the Psychologist and Police Working Cooperatively on Serious Crimes. The Police Journal (2001), Vol 74, No 4, pp 343-351.
91. Recent Research into Dealing with the Problem of Malingering. Medico-Legal Journal 2002. Vol 70, Part 1, pp 38-49.
92. Fetishes and Their Associated Behavior. Sexuality and Disability, Vol 20, No 2, Summer 2002: pp 135-147.
93. Psychological and Other Aspects of the Use of Zero Tolerance in Combating Crime. The Criminal Lawyer. July 2002, No 124: 1-5.
94. A Journey into the Unknown: The long-term effects of ecstasy. The Christian Counsellor. 2001 July-Sept: Issue 10: 25-27.
95. The Short and Long-Term Effects of Using Ecstasy. Justice of the Peace, August 3, 2002, Vol 166, No 31: 603-610.
96. The Genetic Aspect of Criminality. Justice of the Peace. October 5, 2002, Vol 166, No 40: 767-772.
97. Recent Research into Dealing More Effectively with Criminals Within the Prison System. The Criminal Lawyer. No 125, Sept. 2002: 3-7.
98. Parent Child Abduction: A Literature Review. The Police Journal. 2002; Vol 75: 234-244.
99. Kleptomania: Research Review (1993-2002). Justice of the Peace. March 2003, Vol 167, No 9: 148-150.
100. A New Approach to the Treatment of Hardened Drug Addicts. Justice of the Peace. May 3 2003, Vol 167, No 18: 328-332.
101. What Causes Some to Murder? Recent Research. Justice of the Peace, June 2003, Vol 167, No 25: 468-470.
102. Recent Research into Arson (1992-2000): Incidence, Causes and Associated Features, Predictions, Comparative Studies and Prevention and Treatment. Special Issue: Psychiatry Psychology and Law, Vol 10, No 1, 2003.
103. Dealing with Paedophiles Who Admit their Offences. Justice of the Peace, Nov 2003, Vol 167, No 45: 850-851.
104. The Psychological Aspects of Diminished Responsibility (Recent International Research 1998-2003). Justice of the Peace, Dec 2003, Vol 167, No 51-52: 969-974.
105. The Genetic Aspects of Criminality.(2003) Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Vol 8(1): 63-78.
106. The Psychology of Terrorism (Causes and Remedies) (2003) (138-148). In: Roth, R. (Ed); Lowenstein, L. F. (Ed); Trent, D. (Ed). Catching the Future: Women and Men in Global Psychology. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists, July 8-12, 2001, Winchester, England. PABST Science Publishers, Lengerich, Germany.
107. Recent Research and Views on Shaking Baby Syndrome. (2004) International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol 34(2): 131-141.
108. The Association of Alcohol and Addictions and Serious Crime: Recent Research. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No 1-2: 12-18
109. Pathological Gambling 1: Causes and Aspects Associated with Pathological Gambling. (2005) Justice of the Peace., Vol 169, No 17, 315-319.
110. Pathological Gambling II: Types of Pathological Gambling and Gamblers. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No 19, 357-359.
111. Pathological Gambling III: The Incidence and Diagnosis of Pathological Gambling. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No. 22, 415-416.
112. Pathological Gambling IV: Prevention and Treatment. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No 24, 453-455.
113. Mental Retardation and Potential Criminality. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No. 30, 574-580.
114. The Psychological Aspects of Terrorism, recent research and a viewpoint dealing with causes and a remedy. (2006) Justice of the Peace. Vol. 170. No.39. pp 752-757.
115. The Psychological Problems and Other Aspects Related to Some Unusual Cases of Fraud. (2007). Justice of the Peace, Vol 171, 11-15.
116. Criminality and the Promoting of Empathy (Recent Research). (2007). Justice of the Peace, Vol 171(44), 767-769.
117. Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD) and its Link with Antisocial Personality Disorders.(2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172(4), 50-54.
118. The Psychological Problems and other aspects related to some unusual cases of Fraud. (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172 (9), pp128-132.
119. Recent Research into Lying and Deception Behaviour (2008). On website of X-Pro at www.xproexperts.co.uk
120. Possible Signs of Deception and How to Detect Them (2008). On website of X-Pro at www.xproexperts.co.uk
121. Reducing the Hostility. (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172, No. 20, 322-324.
122. Is some paedophilia caused or associated with genetic predisposition? (Why are some paedophiles so difficult to treat successfully?) (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172, 825-828.
123. Risk assessment of violent offenders likely to continue their offences. In, Peace, Hope and Well-Being Across the Cultures. Proceedings of the 65 th Annual Convention , International Council of Psychologists, August 11-14, 2007, San Diego, California, USA, (pp.224-240). Shaker Verlag, 2007.
124. Suicides in Prisons (2009) Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol. 173 (14) pp219-222.
125. The Problems and Solutions of Psychologist's role as risk assessors. (2009). Criminal Law & Justice Weekly. 173. pp329-331.
126. How Impartial are Independent Expert Witnesses and the Judiciary? The Expert and
Dispute Resolver, The Academy of Experts, 21st Anniversary Special, Spring, 2010, 44-45.
127.Distinguishing Faults in Parents for the Expert Witness. (25 September 2010).
Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol 174, 602-603.
128. Understanding Impulse. (11 December 2010). Criminal Law and Justice Weekly,
Vol.174, 779-780
129. Evaluating Possible Sexual Abuse of a Child. (May 2011). Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol 175, 293-294.
130. The Complexity of Investigating Possible Sexual Abuse of a Child. (2011). The American Journal of Family Therapy, 39, 1-7.
131. The Problems and Solutions of Psychologists’ Role as Risk Assessors (Recent World Research). (2012). Forensic Healthcare Experts for Law, Experts Forum Newsletter, Issue 3 Summer 2012, 8-12
132. Can Psychopathic Personalities Really Benefit from Treatment? (2011). In, N. Milgram, A. M. O’Roark, & R Roth. Scientific Psychology: New developments internationally. Proceedings of the 67 th Annual Convention International Council of Psychologists, July 3-8, 2009, Mexico City, Mexico, (pp132-149). Aachen: Shaker Verlag.
133. Serial Killing. (2013). The Expert & Dispute Resolver, The Academy of Experts, Autumn 2013, 10-13.
134. Chemical Castration. Experts Forum Newsletter, Issue 5, Summer 2013, pp 8-9.
135. Mental Capacity – Recent Research. (2013). Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol 177, Aug- Sept, 586-588.
136. How impartial are independent expert witnesses and the Judiciary? Expert Witness Institute Newsletter, Autumn 2013, 16-18.
137. Grandparents’ Rights: Psychological and Legal Perspectives (2014). The American Journal of Family Therapy, Vol 42(2), 114-126.
(477) How does borderline personality disorder affect parental care? Forensic Healthcare, Experts Forum Newsletter, Issue 7, Autumn 2014, 7-10.

 

Criminality:

1. The Diagnosis of Child Arsonists. Acta Paedopsychiatrica, 47, pp 151-154,
(1981).
2. A Problem Study and Intensive Treatment of a Potential Murderess. Lecture given to the ICP Conference in San Francisco, August, 1983. Published in The Police Journal, Vol LVII. No 4, (1984), pp 360-373.
3. Glue Sniffing and Substance Abuse - A Tragic Social Phenomenon. Contemporary Review, June (1984), pp 309-313.
4. The Causes and Treatment of Theft. Lecture at ISPA Conference, Orleons, France, July 1984.
5. Drugs Misuse - A New Solution. Contemporary Review, August (1985),
Vol 247, No 1435, pp 86-91.
6. The Psychology of the Young Murderer. Contemporary Review, August (1986), Vol 249, No 1447, pp 97-104.
7. The Obsessive Compulsive Acts of a Criminal. The Criminologist, Autumn (1987), Vol 11, No 3, pp 181-186.
8. Homicide - A Review of Recent Research (1975 - 1985). The Criminologist, Vol 13, No 2, Summer (1989), pp 74-89.
9. Understanding and Treating the Rapist. The Criminologist, Winter (1989),
Vol 13, No 4, pp 196-205.
10. Research into Substance Abuse in (1986) - Part 1. The Criminologist, Spring (1990), Vol 14, No 1.
11. Recent Investigation into Criminality Focusing on the Genetic and Environmental Theme and including the Obsessive Compulsive Element on Criminality. Paper given at the 2nd European Conference on Law and Psychology, Nurenburg, September, 1990.
12. Substance Abuse Part 2 - Analysis of the Treatment of a Singular Case Study. The Criminologist, Autumn (1990), Vol 14, No 3, pp 140-147.
13. Recent Investigations into Criminality - Part 1. The Criminologist, Summer (1991), Vol 15, No 2, pp 97-106.
14. The Psychological Understanding of Crime. Contemporary Review, July (1991), Vol 259, No 1506.a.
15. Recent Investigations into Criminality - Part 2. The Criminologist, Autumn (1991), Vol 15, No 3, pp 174-185.
16. The Role of the Psychologist in the Courts. The Criminologist, Winter (1991), Vol 15, No 4, pp 211-218.
17. Police and Justice - Are they Compatible and What about the Victim? The
Police Journal, Vol LXV, No 1, January - March,(1992), pp 73-79.
18. The Psychologist’s Role in the Courts. Family Law, Vol 22, January (1992),
pp 32-34.
19. The Psychology of the Obsessed Compulsive Killer. The Criminologist,
Winter (1992), Vol 16, No 4, pp 26-38.
20. Sexual Harassment :- Causes, Associated Features, Differential Perception and possible Prevention and Cures. The Criminologist, Vol 17, No 1, Spring (1993), pp 40-47
21. Legalising or not legalising drugs. The Police Journal, Vol LXVI, No 3,
July -Sept, (1993).
22. Hooked on Hospitals (Munchausen Syndrome). Carer and Counsellor, Vol 4, No 1, Winter (1993), pp 7-10.
23. Can Prison be made to Reform and not merely Incarcerate? The Criminlogist, Winter (1993), Vol 17, No 4, pp 224-226.
24. Munchausen by Proxy. Carer and Counsellor, Spring (1994), Vol 4, No 2,
pp 13-17.
25. Why Children Kill. Contemporary Review, February (1994), Vol 264.
No 1537, pp 88-90.
26. Drug Abuse. The Criminologist, Autumn (1994), Vol 18, No 3, pp 145-148.
27. Born or Made to Kill. The Police Journal, Vol LXVIII, No 2, April (1995), pp 159-167.
28. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Young Psychopaths - Part One. The Criminologist, Autumn (1996), Vol 20, No 3, opp 133-152.
29. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Young Psychopaths - Part Two. The Criminologist, Winter (1996), Vol 20, No 4, pp 207-217.
30. Catching Them Young. Police, Vol XXIX, No 9, May (1997), p 28-29.
31. Infanticide - A Crime of Desperation. The Criminologist, Summer (1997),
Vol 21, No 2, pp 81-92.
32. Research into Causes and Manifestations of Aggression in Car Driving. Police Journal, July (1997), Vol LXX, No 3, pp 263-270.
33. The Bystander :- An Asset or Deficit in Curbing Criminality? Police Journal, Vol LXX, No 4, October-December (1997), pp 315-323.
34. Fetishes :- General and Specific. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Vol 16, (4), (1997).
35. Why Children Kill. The Police Journal, Vol 22, Winter (1998), pp 233-234.
36. Recovered or Forgotten Memories - Are they Fallible? Justice of the Peace, 24th July (1999), and Vol 163 25th Sept (1999), pp 765-766.
37. Aspects of Confessions: What the Legal Profession Should Know. Justice of the Peace, Vol 163, No 30, 24th July (1999), pp 586-591.
38. Positive and Negative Contributions of Eye-Witness Testimonies. Justice of the Peace, 23rd Oct (1999), Vol 163, pp 850-853.
39. Juvenile Homicide: The Research. The Police Journal, October (1999),
Vol LXXII, No 4, pp 339-346.
40. Parental Alienation and the Judiciary. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol 67, Part 3, pp 121-123.
41. Psychological Profiling - Instinct or Science. Police, January 2000,
Vol XXXII, No 1, pp 10-11.
42. Psychological Profiling - Instinct or Science. Police, Vol XXXII, No 1, January 2000, pp 10-11.
43. Eye-witness Testimony of Children. Justice of the Peace, January 8, 2000
Vol 164, No 2, pp 20-22.
44. The Role of Mediation in Child Custody Disputes. Justice of the Peace,
Vol 164, 1 April 2000, pp258-262.
45. The Joys and snags of being a psychological expert witness. The Expert, Spring 2000, pp 258-262.
46. Determinate v Indeterminate Sentencing. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164,
29 April 2000, No 18, pp 340-341.
47. The Obsessive-Compulsive Rapist. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 25, June 17th 2000, pp481-483.
48. Racism. Police, Vol XXXII, No 8, 8th August 2000, pp 23-27.
49. The Stalking Phenomenon. The Police Journal, Vol 73 (2000), No 2,
pp 153-169.
50. Victims of Violent Crime leading to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Police Journal, Vol 73, No 3, pp 236-262.
51. Competence to Stand Trial. Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 36,
2 September 2000, pp 700-702.
52. Psyche Strip-Down. Police, Vol XXXII, No 9, September 2000, pp 14,15,17.
53. Victims of Violent Crime Leading to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders. The Police Journal, Vol 73 (2000), No 3, pp 256-262.
53. Are Intent and Action Equivalent? Justice of the Peace, Vol 164, No 53,
30 December 2000, pp 1028-1030.
55. Contrasting the Needs of Potentially Dangerous Individuals and the Safeguarding of Society. The Police Journal, Vol 73 (2000),, No 4, pp 354-361.
56. Testimonies. Police, Vol XXXIII, No 1, Jan 2001, pp 15-17.
57. Post-traumatic Stress Reactions in Victims of Motor Accidents. The Police Journal, Vol 74 (2001), No 1, pp 9-25.
58. Automatism: Psychological and Legal Aspects. Justice of the Peace, 14 April 2001, Vol 165, No 15, pp 284-288.
59. Recent Research into Arson (1992-2000) Incidence, Causes and Associated Features, Predictions, Comparative Studies, and Prevention and Treatment. The Police Journal, 2001, Vol 74, No 2, pp 108-119.
60. The Identification and Diagnosis of Alleged Victims of Alleged Paedophiles (What to do and What to Avoid). Justice of the Peace, 26 May 2001, Vol 165, No 21, pp 400-406.
61. Another look at hostage taking (Strategies for dealing with hostage takers).
Chapter in book: Roth, R (Ed); Neil, S (Ed). A matter of life: Psychological theory, research and practice. pp 326-336, (2001). Pabst: Science Publishers.
62. Understanding the Paedophile Psyche. Police. August 2001, Vol XXXIII (8): 11-13.
63. A Journey into the Unknown (Ludwig Lowenstein investigates the long-term effects of ecstasy). Christian Counsellor, July-Sept 2001. Issue 10: pp 25-27.
64. Recent Psychological Research into Victims and Perpetrators. The Police Journal. 2001. Vol 74: pp 237-250
65. The Identification and Diagnosis of Alleged Victims and Alleged Paedophiles (What to Do and What to Avoid Doing). The Police Journal. 2001. Vol 74: pp 237-250.
66. Recent Research into the Direct Relationship between Criminality and Substance Abuse. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth. 2001. Vol 9: pp 257-272.
67. A Review of Recent Research into Risk Assessment of Children. Medico- Legal Journal. (2001). Vol 69, Part 3: 133-138.
68. Recent Research into the Psychologist and the Police Working Cooperatively on Serious Crimes. The Police Journal (2001), Vol 74, No 4, pp 343-351.
69. Fetishes and Their Associated Behavior. Sexuality and Disability, Vol 20, No 2, Summer 2002, pp135-147.
70. Psychological and Other Aspects of the use of Zero Tolerance in Combating Crime. The Criminal Lawyer, July 2002, No 124:1-5.
71. The Short and Long-Term Effects of Using Ecstasy. Justice of the Peace, August 3 2002, Vol 166 No 31: 603-610.
72. Recent Research into Dealing with the Problem of Malingering. Medico- Legal Journal 2002. Vol 70, Part 1,pp 38-49.
73. The Genetic Aspect of Criminality. Justice of the Peace. October 5, 2002, Vol 166, No 40: 767-772.
74. Recent Research into Dealing More Effectively with Criminals Within the Prison System. The Criminal Lawyer. No 125, September 2002: 3-7.
75. Parental Child Abduction.: A Literature Review. The Police Journal. 2002; Vol 75: 234-244.
76. Kleptomania: Research Review (1993-2002). Justice of the Peace. March 2003, Vol 167, No 9: 148-150.
77. A New Approach to the Treatment of Hardened Drug Addicts. Justice of the Peace. May 3 2003, Vol 167, No 18: 328-332.
78. What Causes Some to Murder? Recent Research. Justice of the Peace, June
2003, Vol 167, No 25: 468-470.
79. Recent Research into Arson (1992-2000): Incidence, Causes and Associated Features, Predictions, Comparative Studies and Prevention and Treatment. Special Issue Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Vol 10, No 1, 2003
80. Dealing with Paedophiles Who Admit their Offences. Justice of the Peace, Nov 2003, Vol 167, No 45: 850-851.
81. The Psychological Aspects of Diminished Responsibility (Recent International Research 1998-2003). Justice of the Peace, Dec 2003, Vol 167, No 51-52: 969-974.
82. The Psychology of Terrorism (Causes and Remedies) (2003) (135-148) In: Roth, R. (Ed); Lowenstein, L. F. (Ed); Trent, D. Catching the Future: Women and Men in Global Psychology. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists, July 8-12. 2001, Winchester, England. PABST Science Publishers, Lengerich, Germany.
83. The Genetic Aspects of Criminality. (2003) Journal of Human Behaviour in the Social Environment, Vol 8(1): 63-78
84. Anger - Has it a Positive as Well as Negative Value? (Recent Research into Causes, Associated Features, Diagnosis and Treatment, 1998-2003). (2004) Journal of Human Behaviour in the Social Environment, Vol 9, No. 3: 21-40.
85. Recent Research and Views on Shaking Baby Syndrome (2004) International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol 34(2): 131-141.
86. Expert Witnesses Stand Firm - Are Changes in Order? The Expert (and Dispute Resolver). Journal of the Academy of Experts, Autumn 2004, Vol 9, No 2: 17.
87. The Association of Alcohol and Addictions and Serious Crime: Recent Research. (2005) Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No 1-2, 12-18
88. Pathological Gambling 1: Causes and Aspects Associated with Pathological Gambling. (2005). Justice of the Peace., Vol 169, No 17, 315-319.
89. Pathological Gambling II: Types of Pathological Gambling and Gamblers. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No 19, 357-359.
90. Pathological Gambling III: The Incidence and Diagnosis of Pathological Gambling. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No. 22, 415-416.
91. Pathological Gambling IV: Prevention and Treatment. (2005) Justice of the Peace, Vol 160, No 24, 453-455.
92. Mental Retardation and Potential Criminality. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No. 30, 574-580.
93. Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD) and its Link with Antisocial Personality Disorders.(2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172(4), 50-54.
94. The Psychological Problems and other aspects related to some unusual cases of Fraud. (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172 (9), pp128-132.
95. Recent Research into Lying and Deception Behaviour (2008). On website of X-Pro at www.xproexperts.co.uk
96. Possible Signs of Deception and How to Detect Them (2008). On website of X-Pro at www.xproexperts.co.uk
97. Reducing the Hostility. (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172, No. 20, 322-324
98. Is some paedophilia caused or associated with genetic predisposition? (Why are some paedophiles so difficult to treat successfully?) (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172, 825-828.
99. The Problems and Solutions of Psychologist's role as risk assessors. (2009). Criminal Law & Justice Weekly. 173. pp329-331.
100. Sexual Fetishism and the Law.(2011). Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, Vol 175, Nov 5, 642-643.

Clinical Articles


(1) Group Therapy in the School. - Journal of Educational Psychology, September, (1968), pp 25 - 28.
(2) The Teacher as an Applied Psychologist. - Journal of Educational Psychology, (1968), pp 11 -14.
(3) Child Guidance. - Journal of Educational Psychology, October, (1970) Number 7.
(4) Behaviour Problems in Society and How to Combat Them. - Contemporary Review, June, July, and August, (1973.)
(5) The Treatment of Moderate School Phobia by Negative Practice and Desensitisation Procedures. - A.E.P. Journal, Winter, (1973), pp 46 - 49.
(6) Psychological Social Services. - What are your Tasks? - A.E.P. Journal, Winter, (1973), Volume 3, pp 25 - 28.
(7) Moulding Young Minds. - Times Educational Supplement, 5th April, (1974.)
(8) Psychological Assessment and Brain Damage. - New Law Journal, 17/7/75.
(9) Kleptomania. - Shoplifting:- A Survey of Recent Research and Treatment. - Guardian Gazette, 17th December, 1975, Volume 72, Number 45, p.1250.
(10) The Autistic Child. - News and Views, Volume 2, Number 7, March, (1976), pp 21 - 26.
(11) Down’s Syndrome. (A Short Account of the Condition known as Mongolism.) National Society for Mentally Handicapped Children, Pamphlet (1978), ISBN. 855370483.
(12) Child Arsonists, Their Diagnosis and Treatment. - Society of Clinical Psychiatrists, Spring - Summer, (1979,) 17 - 23.
(13) The Result of Twenty-one Elective Mute Cases. - Acta Paedopsychiatrica, Number 45, pp 17 - 23, November, (1979.)
(14) Diagnosing the Problems in emotionally disturbed children. The Community Home and School Gazette. January, (1980,) Volume 73, Number 10, pp 438 - 441.
(15) School Phobia. - Newsletter of the Society of Clinical Psychiatrists, Spring/Summer, (1980) pp35 - 46.
(16) The Treatment of Aggressive Behaviour in Maladjusted Children. - The Bulletin for National Council for Educational Standards. - Spring, (1982.)
(17) The Treatment of Extreme Shyness in Maladjusted Children by Implosive Counselling and Conditioning Approaches. - Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia, (1982,) 66, pp 173 - 189.
(18) Combined Treatment of School Phobia. - British Journal of Clinical and Social Psychiatry. Volume 2, Number 2, April, (1983,) pp 32 - 38.
(19) The Treatment of Extreme Shyness in Maladjusted Children by Implosive Counselling and Conditioning Approaches. A.E.P. Journal, Volume 6, Number 2, pp 64 - 69., Autumn, (1983.)
(20) A Review of the Research on Suicide, Incidence, Predictors, Etiology and Diagnosis. Lecture at I.S.P.A. Conference in Orleans, France, July, (1984.)
(21) Suicide in Children. - Lecture given to the International Council of Psychologists Conference in Mexico City, August, (1984.)
(22) The Diagnosis and Treatment of Obesity in Children in a Therapeutic Community. - Lecture given at the I.C.P. Conference, Mexico City, August, (1984.)
(23) A Probing Study and Intensive Treatment of a Potential Murderess. - The Police Journal. Volume LVII, Number 4, pp 360 - 373, (1984.)
(24) Treatment and Diagnosis of Children with Learning Difficulties and Emotional Problems in a Therapeutic Community. - Summary in Intervencao Psicologica na Educacao, Porto, of the Conference held in Portugal, 31st May - 2nd June, (1984,) Page 7.
(25) Homosexuality. A Review of the Research between (1978 - 1983.) - British Journal of Projective
(26) Drugs Misuse. - A New Solution. - Contemporary Review, August, (1985,) Volume 247, Number 1435, pp 86 - 91.
(27) The Diagnosis and Treatment of a highly disturbed adolescent boy suffering from self-abuse, destructiveness and exhibitionism. - Lecture given at the International School Psychology Association Conference held in Nyborg, Denmark, August, (1986.)
(28) The Psychology of the Young Murderer. - Contemporary Review. August, (1986,) Volume 249, Number 1447, pp 97 - 104.
(29) The Diagnosis and Treatment of a Potential Matricidal and Fraticidal Adolescent in a Therapeutic Community. - The Criminologist, Spring, (1987,) Volume 11, Number 1, pp 44 - 55.
(30) The Treatment of Incontinence in a 10 year old boy. - Behavioural Approaches with Children, Volume 11, Number 3, (1987,) pp 86 - 88.
(31) Therapy round the Clock. - Care Weekly, Number 27, 15th April, (1988.)
(32) 23 Approaches to the Treatment of Maladjusted Adolescents and Children. Speech given at the International Council of Psychologists Conference, Singapore, August, (1988.)
(33) Suicide and Self-Destructive Behaviour in Adolescents. Health at School. pp 155 - 158, Volume 5. Number 5, February, (1990.)
(34) A Multiple Diagnostic and Treatment Approach with a Depressive, also suffering from paranoid schizophrenic episodes and suicidal threats. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Volume 11 (2), (1992,) pp 101 - 121.
(35) Hooked on Hospitals. (Munchausen Syndrome.) - Carer and Counsellor, Volume 4, Number 1, Winter, (1993,) pp 7 - 10.
(36) Munchausen by Proxy. Carer and Counsellor, Spring, (1994,) Volume 4, Number 2, pp 13 - 17.
(37) Anorexia Nervosa in Boys. Carer and Counsellor. Volume 4, Number 4, Autumn, (1994,) pp 32 - 38.
(38) The Intensive Treatment of Bullies and Victims of Bullying in a Therapeutic Community and School. Education To-day, Volume 44, Number 4, December, (1994,) pp 62 - 68.
(39) Infanticide. - A Crime of Desperation. The Criminologist, Summer, (1997,) Volume 21 , Number 2, pp 81 - 92.
(40) Shame Therapy. - Child Care Forum, Issue 30, 30.10.97 Page 9.
(41) Fetishes:- General and Specific. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Volume 16, (4) (1997).
(42) Recovered or Forgotten Memories - Are they fallible? Justice of the Peace, 24th July,1999.and Vol 163 25th Sept. 1999, pps 765-766.
(43) Juvenile Homicide: The Research. The Police Journal, October 1999, Vol LXXII, No. 4 pps 339 -346.
(44) The Effect of Brain Damage. In Psychologists facing the challenge of a global culture with human rights and mental health. Edited by R Roth, chapter 43, pp 417-422 published 1999. Publisher: Pabst Science.
(45) Kleptomania: Research Review (1993-2002). Justice of the Peace. March 1 2003, Vol 16, No 9: 148-150
(46) Recent Research and Views on Shaking Baby Syndrome (2004) International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol 34(2): 131-141.
(47) Pathological Gambling IV: Prevention and Treatment. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No. 24, 453-455.
(48) Domestic Violence: Recent Research Part 1. (2005) Justice of the Peace, Vol 169, No.37, 715-717
(49) Youths who intentionally practice self-harm. Review of the recent research 2001-2004. (2005) Journal of Adolescent Medical Health 17(3), 225-230.
(50) Research into Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) (2000-2006). (2007). Neurology, Vol 23(3), 57-62.
(51) Incidence and Early Signs of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Problems of Definition (Recent Research) available on National Autistic Society’s research website www.autism.org.uk/autismdata.
(52) Recent Research on Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Causes and Associated Features, available on National Autistic Society’s research website www.autism.org.uk/autismdata.
(53) Recent Research into Caring for and Treating of ASD, available on National Autistic Society’s research website www.autism.org.uk/autismdata.
(54) Specific Teaching Approaches in Dealing with or Treating ASD, available on National Autistic Society’s research website www.autism.org.uk/autismdata.
(55) Recent Research into the Role of Parents, Potential Education and Employment in ASD, available on National Autistic Society’s research website www.autism.org.uk/autismdata.
(56) Borderline Personality Disorders (BPD) and its Link with Antisocial Personality Disorders.(2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172(4), 50-54.
(57) Learned Helplessness (2012) Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol 176, February 25, 122-123.
(58) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (2014).Forensic Healthcare Experts Forum, Issue 6, Winter 2013/14, 7-10.
(59) Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia” (2014). International Psychologist, May 2014, 5-8.
(60) Diabetes - Cause and effect (2014) PI Focus December 2014, 20-25.

Educational Articles

(1) Underachievement:- A Case Study. - Presented to World Conference of Child Psychiatry, Edinburgh, (1966.)
(2) The School Psychological Service of the Future. - A.E.P. Journal and Newsletter, September, 1969, Volume 2, Number 4, pp 19 - 21.
(3) A Survey of the Psychological Needs of a County, (1970) British Psychological Society, 23, pp 37 - 39.
(4) The Teacher and the Gifted Child. - A.E.P. Journal. Volume 3, Number 2, Aut, (1972.)
(5) A Reading Survey of One County. - A.E.P. Journal, Spring (1973), Volume 3, Number 4, pp23-26
(6) A Case of Exhibitionism Treated by Counter Conditioning. - Adolescence, Volume VIII, Number 30, Summer (1973).
(7) Helping Children to Achieve. - Journal of the Parents National Union, March, (1976), Volume 2, Number 1, July, (1976), Volume 2, Number 2.
(8) Education. - Whose Responsibility? - An Interview with Dr. L. F. Lowenstein, M.A., Dip Psych,Ph.D. - The Plain Truth, September/October ’76, pp 7 - 8.
(9) Children from Broken Homes. - Head Teacher Review, July, (1977), pp 44 - 46.
(10) How to Improve Handwriting. - Where, Education Magazine for Parents, Number 133, pp 299 - 301, November - December, (1977.)
(11) The International Association of School Psychology. A.E.P. Journal, Volume 4, Number 7, Spring, (1978), pp 36 - 38.
(12) Educationalists:- Are we sowing the seeds for a better or worse Society? Learning, Volume 1, Number 1, January - February, (1979,) pp 1 - 22.
(13) Recent Research into the identification, prevention and treatment of academically underachieving children. - The Community Homes and School Gazette, September, (1979,) Volume 73, Number 6, pp 243 - 246.
(14) Who is the Maladjusted Child? - Journal Parents’ National Education Vision, Volume 4, October - December, (1979,) pp 138 - 140.
(15) What use are I.Q. and other Psychological Assessments? - World-Wide Education Service of the PNEU Journal. May, (1981.)
(16) Should there be Special Education for the Intellectually and Emotionally Different? - Editorial, School Psychology International, Volume 3, Number 2, April - June, (1982,) pp 65 - 84.
(17) An Empirical Study of the Incidence, Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-up of Academically Underachieving Children. - School Psychology International, Volume 3, Number 4, October - December, (1982,) pp 219 - 230.
(18) Could Do Better if he Tried, or Could he? - Editorial, School Psychology International, Volume 4, Number 2, April - June, (1983,) pp 65 - 68.
(19) Case Study:- The Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-up of an Underachieving Child. - School Psychology International, Volume 4, Number 2, April - June, (1983,) pp 113 - 117.
(20) The Treatment of Teachers under Stress. - Education To-day. Journal of the College of Preceptors, Volume 34, Number 1, (1984.)
(21) Developing Socialisation in the Young. - School Psychology International, Volume 5, Number 3, (1984,) pp 175 - 180.
(22) School Psychology in Great Britain. - Contemporary Educational Psychology. Number 9, pp 275 - 285, (1984.)
(23) The Psychologist’s Influence on the Teaching Process and the Teacher. International Review of Applied Psychology. Volume 34, Number 1, January, (1985.)
(24) Children with Special Needs need special things in Education. - Education To-day. Volume 35, Number 1, (1985.)
(25) Children with Special Needs need special things in Education. - Home and School, Issue 1, Autumn, (1986,) pp 27 - 29.
(26) Vandalism in Schools, Causes, Prevention and Treatment. - Health in School. November, (1986,) Volume 2 - 3, pp 72 - 73.
(27) Recent Investigations and Directions in the Study of Dyslexia. Education, Volume 109, Number 4, Summer, (1989,) pp 424 - 431.
(28) Dealing with the Problem of Expelled Pupils. Education To-day. Volume 40, Number 4, (1990.)
(215) Teacher Stress Leading to Burnout. - It’s Prevention and Cure. Education To-day. June, (1991,)Volume 41, Number 2, pp 12 - 16.
(29) Homogeneity and Heterogeneity in Classroom Teaching. - Is the case relevant? Education To-day, Volume 42, Number 2, pp 24 - 30, June, (1992.)
(30) I.Q. Tests (For When, For Whom and For What?) Education To-day. Volume 44, Number 2, June, (1994,) pp 5 - 6.
(31) A Programme to Improve the Reading Ages of Dyslexic Children. Education To-day. Volume 47, Number 3, September, (1997,) pp 34 - 38.
(32) The Physical Restraining of Children. Education Today, Volume 48, Number 1, March, (1998) pp 47 -54.
(33) Teachers’ Stress Leading to Burnout (Its Prevention & Cure). CIE Newsletter, May, 1998. Counselling in Education pp 4 -7.
(34) Intelligence = Is it Enough? Mensa Conference, Magdalen College, Cambridge (6/9/98).
(35) Intelligence - Is It Enough? CHI News, October 2000.
(36) Wechsler Intelligence Test for Children (WISC III 3rd Ed., UK version) CHI News, June 2001, pp 15,16.
(37) A Critical Review of Recent Research into Emotional IQ opr Emotional Literacy. CHI News June 2001, pp 5-8.
(38) Improving Communication and Understanding between Parents and Schools. NAGC News, Sept 2001, p 42 & 43.
(39) Underachievement in the Gifted Child. CHI News June 2004, 9-12.
(40) Mental Retardation and Potential Criminality. (2005). Justice of the Peace, Vol 169 No.30, 574-580.
(41) Overturning the Programming of a Child. (2006) Journal of Parental Alienation Vol 1, No 5, pp 1,3,8,9,10,11,12.
(42) How Do Gifted Children’s Brains Function When Learning? (June 2005). Gifted and Talented, Vol 9(1), 5-7.
(43) Intelligence – is it enough? (2008). National Association of Gifted Children Magazine Summer 2008, 20-22. (Taken from a lecture given by Dr Lowenstein in October 2007)

Family and Child Issues:


1. School Phobia. Newsletter of the Society of Clinical Psychiatrists, Spring/Summer (1980), pp 35-46.
2. Long versus Short Term Treatment for Juvenile Offenders. Community Homes and School Gazette, November (1980), Vol 74, No 8, pp 268-270.
3. Families in Turmoil. Links Association, April (1981), pp 33-47.
4. Dyslexia :- Fad or Fashion or Specific Diagnostic Category? School Psychology International, Vol 4, No 3, July-Sept (1983), pp 159-167.
5. A Review of the research on Suicide - Incidence, Predictors, Etiology and Diagnosis. Lecture at ISPA Conference, Orleons, France, July (1984).
6. Suicide in Children. Lecture given to the International Council of Psychologists Conference in Mexico City, August (1984).
7. Drugs Misuse - A New Solution. Contemporary Review, August (1985),
Vol 247, No 1435, pp 86-91.
8. The Study, Diagnosis and Treatment of Socially Aggressive Behaviour (Bullying) of two boys in a Therapeutic Community. Lecture given at the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), Nyborg, Denmark, August (1986).
9. The Diagnosis and Treatment of a highly disturbed adolescent boy suffering from self-abuse, destructiveness and exhibitionism. Lecture given at the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), Nyborg, Denmark, August (1986).
10. The Diagnosis and Treatment of a Potential Matricidal and Fraticidal Adolescent in a Therapeutic Community. The Criminologist, Spring (1987), Vol 11, No 1, pp 44-55.
11. The Treatment of Child Abuse. Keynote Speech given at the International School Psychology Association (ISPA) Conference, Interlaken, Switzerland, August (1987).
12. The Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Fire-Setting Behaviour of Children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, Vol 19, (3) (1989), pp 186-194.
13. Recent Investigations and Directions in the Study of Dyslexia. Education,
Vol 109, No 4, Summer (1989), pp 424-431.
14. Suicide and Self Destructive Behaviour in Adolescents. Health at School,
Vol 5, No 5, Feb (1990), pp 155-158.
15. Approaches for Substance Abusers , Present and Projected Treatment. Re- Solve, Newsletter, Sep-Oct, (1990), No 16, p2.
16. Cognitive and Personal Characteristics of Able Children. The Newsletter of
the National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC), Autumn (1991),
pp 11-13.
17. The Relationship of Psychiatric Disorder and Conduct Disorders with Substance Abuse. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, (1991)Vol 23 (3), July-Sept.
18. Hooked on Hospitals (Munchausen Syndrome). Care and Counsellor, Vol 4, No 1, Winter (1993) pp 7-10.
19. Diagnosing and Treating the Problems of Able Maladjusted Children, European Journal for High Ability, (1993) (4), pp 142-151.
20. Why Children Lie - How to Prevent and Curtail it. The Criminologist, Spring (1994), Vol 18, No 1, pp 11-22.
21. I.Q. Tests (For Whom and For What?) Education Today, Vol 44, No 2, June (1994), pp 5-6.
22. Marital Therapy - The Importance of the Assessment of the Individuals on Personality Tests. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol 7, No 2, (1994),
pp 99-104.
23. The Child and Child Sex Allegation. Links, Vol 1, No 3, (1994), pp 32-40.
24. Perception and Accuracy of Perception by Bullying Children of Potential Victims. Education Today, Vol 45, No 2, June (1995), pp 28-31.
25. Dyslexia - A Review of the Literature. Education Today, Vol 46, No 3, September (1996), pp 25-32.
26. Truth, Lies and Sexual Abuse. Child Care Forum, Issue 32, January (1998), page 9.
27. Parent Alienation Syndrome: A Two Step Approach Toward a Solution. Contemporary Family Therapy, Vol 20 (4), December (1998), pp 505-520.
28. Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS). Justice of the Peace, Vol 163 (3), January 16th (1999), pp 47-50.
29. Parent Alienation Syndrome: What the Legal Profession Should Know. Medico-Legal Journal, Vol 66 (4), pp 151-161.
30. Recovered or Forgotten Memories - Are they fallible? Justice of the Peace, 24th July (1999), and Vol 163, 25th Sept (1999), pp 765-766.
31. Mediation in the Legal Profession. Medico-Legal Journal (1999) Vol 67
part 2, pp 70-72.
32. Mediation in the Legal Profession (edited version). Justice of the Peace, 4th Sept (1999), Vol 162, pp 709-710.
33. Parent Alienation and Judiciary. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol 67, Part 3, pp 121-123.
34. Parental Alienation and the Judiciary. Medico-Legal Journal (1999), Vol 67,
Part 3 pp121-123.
35. The Role of Mediation in Child Custody Disputes. Justice of the Peace,
Vol 164, 1 April 2000, pp 258-262.
36 Intelligence is it Enough? NAGC News, National Association of Gifted Children, September 2000, pp 33-35. Edited from a keynote speech given to the Mensa Society at the University of Cambridge, 1999.
37. Tackling Parental Alienation. Justice of the Peace, Vol 165, No 6, 10 February 2001, p 102.
38. Intelligence - Is It Enough? CHI News Oct. 2000. Edited version.
39. A Critical Review of Recent Research into Emotional IQ or Emotional Literacy. The National Association of Gifted Children News, May 2001, pp36-39.
40. Improving Communication and Understanding between Parents and Schools. CHI News, June 2001, pp 26-28.
41. Brief explanation of: Wechsler Intelligence Test for Children (WISC III, UK Version, 3rd Edition. CHI News, June 2001, pp 15&16.
42. A Critical Review of Recent Research into Emotional IQ or Emotional Literacy. CHI News, June 2001, pp 5-8.
43. Improving Communication and Understanding between Parents and Schools. NAGC News September, 2001: pp 42 & 43.
44. A Review of Recent Research into Risk Assessment of Children. Medico- Legal Journal. (2001). Vol 69, Part 3: 133-138.
45. Joint Custody and Shared Parenting - Are the Courts Listening? (2001) Justice of the Peace, Vol 165, No 49, pp 963-966.
46. The Value of Mediation in Child Custody Disputes (Recent Research 1996- 2001). Justice of the Peace, September 21, 2002, Vol 166: 739-744.
47. Bullying: Recent Research into the Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment. Chapter 24, pp 281-302.
Treatment of Bullying in a Therapeutic Community. Chaper 21, pp 256-266.
Both chaptersin: Bullying. 3rd Edition, Edited by Michelle Elliot. Publisher: Pearson Education, in association with Kidscape, 2002.
48. Integrate or Separate? CHI News, October 2002, pp 3-7.
49. Parent Child Abduction: A Literature Review. The Police Journal. 2002; Vol 75: 234-244.
50. A Recent Review of Research into Risk Assessment of Children. Medico- Legal Journal (2001). Vol 69, Part 3: 133-138.
51. Parental Alienation: How to understand and address parental alienation resulting from acrimonious divorce or separation. (2007) Dorset: Russell House Publishing.
52. Parental Alienation (2007). Published by Russell House Publishing, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK.
53. Parental Alienation due to a shared psychotic disorder (Folie a deux) (2007). In, International Perspectives in Psychology. Proceedings of the 64th Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists, Kos, Greece. 2006.
54. Implacable Hostility Leading to Parental Alienation. (2008). Justice of the Peace, Vol 172, pp185-187.
55. Mediation with Separated Parents, Recent Research 2002-2007 (2009). The Expert & Dispute Resolver. 22. pp22-28. Also published in 'Journal of Divorce & Re-marriage'. 50, pp233-247.
56. Problems in the family Court – child contact issues post divorce. The Expert and Dispute Resolver, The Academy of Experts, Spring 2011, pp14-16.
57. The Important Friendly Parent Doctrine and the Judiciary ( A response and solution to implacable hostility leading to parental alienation). (Summer 2012). Expert Witness Institute Newsletter, Summer 2012, 16-18.
58. Treating the effects of parental alienation (2013) Criminal Law & Justice Weekly, Vol 77, February 9, 91-92.
59. Do children have rights against the psychological effects of parental alienation? (2013). Experts Forum Newletter, Spring, pp 12-14.
60. How can the process of parental alienation and the alienator be effectively treated? The Expert Dispute Resolver, Winter 2014, Vol. 19(3), 15-17.

 

Brain Damage:


1. Sensory Impaired Children. (J15)
2. Brain Damage and Its Psychological Assessment. (F24)
3. The Diagnosis of Brain Damage. (Commonwealth Judicial Review)
4. Psychological Assessment and Brain Damage. (New Law Journal)
5. The Effect of Brain Damage. (Justice of the Peace)
6. The Effect of Lead Poisoning. (F2)
7. Brain Damage - Can Healing Take Place? (AW2)
8. Brain Damage in Children - What the Legal Profession Should Know (AAA9)
9. The Effect of Brain Damage. (CCC2)
10. Brain Damage - Effects and Treatment Approaches (CCC10)
11. Minimal Brain Dysfunction. (AP2)
12. Brain Damage Etiology and Associated Features. (AF10)
13. The Effect of Brain Damage on Personality and Behaviour. (AP8)
14. What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI)? (FFF6)
15. Ability and Personality Changes after Brain Damage. (The Criminal Lawyer)
(see also the list of articles on personal injury)Spring 2011, pp14-16.
16. Traumatic Brain Injury.( 2011). APIL Personal Injury Focus , Vol 21, Issue 8, pp22-24.
17. Mental Capacity: Recent Research. The Expert and Dispute Resolver, The Academy of Experts, Summer 2013, pp17-19

Gifted Children:


1. Cognitive and Personal Characteristics of Able Children. Newsletter of the National Association of Gifted Children. 1991 Autumn; pp 11-13.
2. Diagnosing and Treating the Problems of the Able Maladjusted Children. European Journal for High Ability. 1993, 4, pp 142-151.
3. Giftedness. Children of High Ability Newsletter, No 2. 1994 July; pp 6-7.
4. Giftedness or Specific Intelligence. CHI News. 1996 Feb; No 1/96, pp 19-20.
5. Helping Gifted Pre-School Children to Develop their Abilities. CHI News. 1996 Feb; No1/96, p 20.
6. Diagnosing and Treating the Problems of Able Maladjusted Children. Journal of the National Association for Gifted Children. 1996 Spring; pp 9-13.
7. The Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-up of 100 Able Boys considered to be Gifted. (Experimental Research Part II). Journal of the National Association of Gifted Children. 1996 Autumn, pp 10-12.
8. Helping Gifted Pre-School Children Develop their Abilities. Journal of the National Association of Gifted Children. 1996 Autumn, p 8.
9. Preventing the Development of Obnoxious Children. CHI News. 1998 March, p 5.
10. The Maladjusted Able Child who Academically Underachieves.
11. The Psychology of the Gifted Child.
12. Recognising the Potential Handicap of Giftedness and Creativeness.
13. Able Children who Become Maladjusted.
14. Research into Able Children in a Therapeutic Community.
15. Prevention and Dealing with Potential Emotional Problems of Able Children.
16. A Critical Review of Recent Research into Emotional IQ or Emotional Literacy. CHI News, June 2001, pp 5 - 8.
17. Improving Communication and Understanding between Parents and Schools. NAGC News, September 2001: pp 42 & 43.
18. Integrate or Separate? CHI News, October 2002, pp 7-11.
19. The Bullied Gifted Child. NAGC News. January/February 2003.
20. Integrate or Separate. NAGC News. January/February 2003.
21. Underachievement in the Gifted Child. CHI News June 2004, 9-12.
22. Some Questions and Answers about Able or Gifted Children. CHI News June 2004, 2-6.
23. How well adjusted are Gifted Children? (Some recent research 2001-2004) (2004) Gifted and Talented, Vol 8, Number 1, June 2004.
24. The Mathematically Gifted Child (Why and what to do about it). CHI News, Dec 2004, 5-8.
25. Depression in able young students: Is medication the solution? CHI News, Dec 2004, 2-4.
26. How do Gifted Children’s Brains Function to Learn? CHI News, June 2005, 4-7.
27. Intelligence – is it enough? (2008). National Association of Gifted Children Magazine Summer 2008, 20-22. (Taken from a lecture given by Dr Lowenstein in October 2007)

Dyslexia:

1. Dyslexia: Fad or Fashion or Specific Diagnostic Category? J3
School Psychology International, 1983, 4, 00-00.
2. Dyslexia - Research of Recent Literature. (Edited Version) AV7
Education Today Vol 109(4), Summer 1989: 424-431
3. Dyslexia - Fiction or Reality Y10
Education Today, Vol 40(1), March 1990: 39-46.
4. How Can I Help my Dyslexic Child? (unpublished article for parents) AW7
5. A Programme to Improve the Reading Age of Dyslexic Children AX7
Education Today. Vol 41(3), Sept 1997: 34-38
6. Dysgraphia - Recent Research into Causes and Treatment. LLL15
(In the process of being published)
7. Dyslexia in Adults. LLL16
(In the process of being published)
8. Dyslexia in Children - Recent Research. LLL26
(In the processs of being published)

Solvent Abuse:

1. Glue sniffing – Background Features and Treatment of Aversion Methods and Group Therapy. The Practitioner, June 1982, Vol 226: 1113-1116.
2. Glue sniffing and Substance Abuse – A Tragic Social Phenomena. Contemporary Review, June 1984: 309-313.
3. Recent Research into Glue Sniffing – Extent of the Problem, its Repercussions and Treatment Approaches. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry, Sum 1985, Vol 31(2): 93-97.
4. Drug Mis-use – A New Solution. Contemporary Review, Aug 1985, Vol 247, No 1435: 86-91.
5. The Treatment of Children and Adolescents Who Smoke: A Review of the
Research. School Psychology International, Oct-Dec 1985, Vol 6(4): 205-206.
6. Research into Substance Abuse in 1986 – Part 1. The Criminologist, Spring 1990, Vol 4(1).
7. Suicide and Self-Destructive Behaviour in Adolescents. Health at School, Feb 1990, Vol 5(5): 155-158.
8. A Multiple Treatment Approach to Substance Abuse in a Residential Centre for Disturbed People and Their Follow-up. The Criminologist, Sum 1990, Vol 14, Part 1.
9. Approaches for Substance Abusers, Present and Projected Treatment. Re-Solv Newsletter, Sep-Oct 1990, No 16: 2.
10. Substance Abuse: Analysis of the Treatment of a Single Case Study. The Criminologist, Aut 1990, Vol 14(3): 140-147
11. Legalising or not Legalising Drugs (Ecstasy). The Police Journal, Jul-Sep 1993, Vol LXVI, No 3.
12. Exclusion or Substance Abusers from Schools. Unpublished ref: (EEE2)
13. Drug Abuse. The Criminologist, Aut 1994, Vol 18(3): 145- 148.
14. Drug Misuse – A New Solution. Q A Schools, Jan-Feb 1998, Vol 2,
Issue 1: 30-31.
15. Recent Research into the Direct Relationship between Criminality and Substance Abuse. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 2001, Vol 9: 257-272.
16. A Journey into the Unknown (Ludwig Lowenstein investigates the long-term effects of ecstasy). Christian Counsellor, July- Sep 2001, Issue 10: 25-27.

Bullying:

1. Who is the bully? Bulletin. British Psychological Society (1978), 31: 147-149
2. The Bullied and Non Bullied Child. Bulletin. British Psychological Society,(1978) 316-318
3. Bullying - The Hidden Torment. Feature in: Daily Echo, 23rd May, 1989.
4. The Study, Diagnosis and Treatment of Bullying in a Therapeutic Community. In: Bullying - A practical guide to coping for schools. Edited by Michelle Elliot. Published by Longman, in association with Kidscape, 1991 ISBN 0 - 582-08024X.
5. The Intensive Treatment of Bullies and Victims of Bullying in a Therapeutic Community and School. Part I. Education Today, Dec 1994,Vol 44(4): 62-68.
6. Bullying: An Intensive and Multi-Dimensional Treatment Approach in a Therapeutic Community. Part II. Education Today, March 1995, Vol 45(1): 19-24.
7. Perception and Accuracy of Perception by Bullying Children of Potential Victims. Part III. Education Today, June 1995,Vol 45(2): 28-31.
8. Bullying “is a way of life”. Advertiser, May 16th, 1996.
9. What makes for Bullies and the Victims of Bullying. Counselling in Education, Feb 1998, p 4.
10. Bullying: Recent Research into the Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment. (2002) Chapter 24, pp 281-302.
Treatment of Bullying in a Therapeutic Community. Chapter 21, pp 256-266. Both chapters in: Bullying, 3rd Edition, Edited by Michelle Elliott. Publisher: Pearson Education, in association with Kidscape, 2002.
11. The Bullied Gifted Child. (2003) CHI News Feb 2003, 20-22.

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