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    Associate Professor Guy Hall

    Associate Professor in Law

    Teaching area

    I teach Criminology, Criminal Behaviour, Psychology and Law, and Sentencing and Penology.

    Research areas

    My main research areas are violence, restorative justice and penology.

    Current projects

    My current research projects are on austim and offending; application of the Disability Standards in Education; and restorative justice in prisons.

    Professional and community service

    I am a member of the Western Australian Prisoners Review Board.



    • Hall, G., (2010),Clinical relevance of restorative justice,In: The Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology, Cambridge University Press, pages 354 to 360.
    • Mals, P., Howells, K., Day, A., Hall, G., (2008),Indigenous Service Providers' Perspectives on Anger Programs,In: Anger and Indigenous Men, Federation Press, pages 31 to 36.


    • Hall, G., Whittle, M., (2018), The Use of Alcohol and/or Drugs in Intimate Partner Homicide: Themes in Judges Sentencing Remarks, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 25, 3, pages 404 - 416.
    • Passmore, H., Mutch, R., Burns, S., Watkins, R., Carapetis, J., Hall, G., Bower, C., (2018), Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): Knowledge, attitudes, experiences and practices of the Western Australian youth custodial workforce, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Volume 59, JulyAugust 2018, pages 44 - 52.
    • Hall, G., Whittle, M., (2018), Intimate Partner Homicide: Themes in Judges Sentencing Remarks, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 25, 3, 2018, pages -.
    • Hall, G., Whittle, M., Field, C., (2016), Themes in Judges' Sentencing Remarks for Male and Female Domestic Murderers, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 23, 3, pages 395 - 412.
    • Field, C., Zander, J., Hall, G., (2013), 'Forgiveness is a present to yourself as well': An intrapersonal model of forgiveness in victims of violent crime, International Review of Victimology, 19, 3, pages 235 - 247.
    • Kelty, S., Hall, G., O'Brien-Malone, A., (2012), You Have to Hit Some People! Endorsing Violent Sentiments and the Experience of Grievance Escalation in Australia, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 19, 3, pages 299 - 313.
    • Fisher, S., Hall, G., (2011), "If you show a bit of violence they learn real quick": Measuring entitlement in violent offenders, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 18, 4, pages 588 - 598.
    • Kelty, S., Hall, G., Watt, B., (2011), You have to hit some people! measurement and criminogenic nature of violent sentiments in Australia, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 18, 1, pages 15 - 32.
    • Goulding, D., Hall, G., Steels, B., (2008), Restorative Prisons: Towards Radical Prison Reform, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 20, 2, pages 231 - 242.
    • Fisher, S., Hall, G., Zander, J., (2008), Dionysius's brutal sense of entitlement: Plato's contribution to criminogenic needs, Psychology, Crime & Law, 14, 5, pages 451 - 459.
    • Graydon, C., Hall, G., O'Brien-Malone, R., (2006), The concept of sexual exploitation in legislation relating to persons with intellectual disability, ELaw - Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 13, 1, pages 150 - 174.
    • Zander, J., Hall, G., Froyland, I., Steels, B., Goulding, D., (2005), Restoration or Renovation: Evaluating Restorative Justice Outcomes, Psychiatry Psychology and Law, 12, 1, pages 194 - 206.
    • Zander, J., O'Brien-Malone, A., Hall, G., (2004), Using the Interpersonal Reactivity Index to Assess Empathy in Violent Offenders, International Journal of Forensic Psychology, 1, 2, pages 33 - 41.
    • Stevenson, S., Hall, G., Innes, J., (2004), Rationalizing Criminal Behaviour: The Influen ce of Criminal Sentiments on Sociomoral Development in Violent Offenders and Nonoffenders, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 48, 2, pages 161 - 174.
    • Stevenson, S., Hall, G., Innes, J., (2003), Socomoral Reasoning and Criminal Sentiments in Australian Men and Women Violent Offenders and Non-Offenders, International Journal of Forensic Psychology, 1, 1, pages 111 - 119.