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Hodgins, Sheilagh

Ph. D. en psychologie clinique

Chercheure,  Centre de recherche Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal

Tél. : 514 343-6111
s.hodgins@umontreal.ca

Axe de recherche

Neurobiologie et cognition

Thèmes de recherche

Développement et bases neurobiologiques des troubles antisociaux; violence; troubles mentaux graves

Profil

Sheilagh Hodgins a évalué dans les années 90 le risque encouru par les adolescents ayant abusé de substances psychoactives, à partir de registres nationaux documentant les condamnations de nature criminelle, les soins de santé, l’emploi, et le degré de pauvreté. Les résultats ont indiqué clairement que le risque d’issues négatives augmente significativement pour ceux qui abusent des substances psychoactives à l’adolescence; ces issues négatives sont fortement associées à des facteurs identifiables dans l’enfance et à l’adolescence.

Dans les 2000, Sheilagh Hodgins a mené des études dans le but d’identifier les facteurs sociaux, psychologiques et génétiques qui ont joué un rôle dans l’étiologie et le maintien des comportements criminels.

À l’Institut de psychiatrie de Londres, elle conduit une étude visant à caractériser les facteurs qui distinguent les criminels violents qui rencontrent les critères de la psychopathie des criminels violents qui ne présentent pas ce syndrome. L’attention est portée sur les mauvais traitements dans l’enfance, le fonctionnement cognitif, les anomalies du cerveau aux plans fonctionnel et structural.

Sheilagh Hodgins s’intéresse actuellement au développement de la psychopathie et du trouble de la personnalité antisociale chez les hommes, à partir d’une cohorte d’hommes et de femmes du Québec qui ont ou non un dossier criminel.

De plus, un intérêt est porté aux caractéristiques individuelles et familiales, telles qu’elles ont été vécues dans l’enfance et à l’adolescence, associées à la conduite criminelle à l’âge adulte.

Deux autres projets portent plus spécifiquement sur :

  • les facteurs de protection qui font en sorte que l’individu ne présente pas de délinquance juvénile ni de comportement criminel à l’âge adulte
  • les liens entre les mauvais traitements dans l’enfance et la conduite criminelle, à l’adolescence et à l’âge adulte.

Bourses et subventions

  • Antecedents of persistent antisocial behaviour and psychopathy: A developmental follow-back study of Canadian men using prospectively collected data from age 6 to 30 (CIHR, chercheur principal, 2011-2015).
  • The lifetime costs of Canadian offenders : A Canadian study of a sample of males from age 6 to 30 (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, chercheur principal, 2012-2015).
  • Identification of Protective Factors that Reduce Conduct Problems, Adolescent Delinquency and Adult Criminality (National Centre for Crime Prevention).

Prix et distinctions

  • Fellow de la Société Royale du Canada
  • Fellow de l’Association canadienne de psychologie
  • Wolfson Merit Award Royal Society of the United Kingdom
  • Visiting Professor Fellowship Swedish Medical Council

Publications

2016

Tikasz, A., Potvin, S., Lungu, O., Joyal, C. C., Hodgins, S., Mendrek, A., & Dumais, A. (2016). Anterior cingulate hyperactivations during negative emotion processing among men with schizophrenia and a history of violent behavior. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 12, 1397-1410. Pubmed

Nijjar, R., Ellenbogen, M. A., & Hodgins, S. (2016). Sexual Risk Behaviors in the Adolescent Offspring of Parents with Bipolar Disorder: Prospective Associations with Parents' Personality and Externalizing Behavior in Childhood. J Abnorm Child Psychol. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Lindner, P., Savic, I., Sitnikov, R., Budhiraja, M., Liu, Y., Jokinen, J., Tiihonen, J., Hodgins, S. (2016). Conduct disorder in females is associated with reduced corpus callosum structural integrity independent of comorbid disorders and exposure to maltreatment. Transl Psychiatry, 6, e714. Pubmed

2015

Hemphala, M., Kosson, D., Westerman, J., & Hodgins, S. (2015). Stability and predictors of psychopathic traits from mid-adolescence through early adulthood. Scand J Psychol, 56(6), 649-658. Pubmed

Larm, P., Silva, T. C., & Hodgins, S. (2015). Adolescent substance misusers with and without delinquency: Death, mental and physical disorders, and criminal convictions from age 21 to 45. J Subst Abuse Treat. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Sethi, A., Gregory, S., Dell’aqua, F., Periche, T.E., Simmons, A., Murphy, D.G., Hodgins, S., Blackwood, N., & Craig, M.C. (2015). Emotional detachment in psychopathy: Involvement of dorsal default-mode connections. Cortex 62:11-9.

Gregory, S., Blair, R.J., Ffytch, D., Simmons, A., Kumari, V., Hodgins, S., & Blackwood, N. (2015). Punishment and the psychopath: an fMRI investigation of reinforcement learning in violent antisocial personality disordered men. Lancet Psychiatry, 2, 53-160.

2014

Hodgins, S., Piatosa, M., & Schiffer, B. (2014). Violence Among People with Schizophrenia: Phenotypes and Neurobiology. Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2014;17:329-68.

Nilsson, K.W., Comasco, E. Hodgins, S., Oreland, L., & Åslund, C. (2014). Genotypes do not confer risk for delinquency but rather alter susceptibility to positive and negative environmental factors: Gene-environment interactions of BDNF Val66Met, 5-HTTLPR, and MAOA-uVNTR. Dec 10;18(5).

Kolla, N., Attard, S., Craig, G., Blackwood, N., & Hodgins, S. (2014). Monoamine oxidase A alleles in violent offenders with antisocial personality disorder: High activity associated with proactive aggression. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 24(5):368-72.

Hodgins, S. (2014). Commentary on “Association of violence with emergence of persecutory delusions in untreated schizophrenia”. Evidence Based Mental Health,17(3),75.

Ouellet, F. & Hodgins, S. (2014). Les conduites délinquantes et antisociales : que sait-on sur les facteurs qui les préviennent à l’adolescence et à l’âge adulte? Criminologie,  vol. 47(2), 231-262.

Sánchez-Sansegundo, M., Ferrer-Cascales, R., Herranz-Bellido, J., Pastor-Bravo, M., Albaladejo-Blazquez, N., Fernández-Pascual, M., & Hodgins, S. (2014). Subtypes of severely mentally ill violent offenders in a Spanish Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 13(3) 217-226.

Hodgins, S., Lövenhag, S., Rehn, M., & Nilsson, K.W. (2014). A 5-year follow-up study of adolescents who sought treatment for substance misuse in Sweden. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 23(5), 347-60. doi: 10.1007/s00787-013-0456-0. Epub 2013 Aug 29.

Nijjar, R., Ellenbogen, M.A., & Hodgins, S. (2014). Personality, coping, risky behavior, and mental disorders in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: A comprehensive psychosocial assessment. Journal of Affective Disorders, 166, 315-323.

Schiffer, B., Pawliczek C., Müller, B., Forsting, M., Gizewski, E., Leygraf, N., Hodgins, S. (2014) Neural mechanisms of cognitive control of men with lifelong antisocial behavior. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 30;222(1-2):43-51http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pscychresns.2014.01.008i.  

Hodgins, S. & Müller-Isberner, R. (2014). Schizophrenie und Gewalt. Der Nervenarzt, 85, 273–278.

Hodgins, S. (2014). Antipsychotics, mood stabilisers, and reductions in violence. Lancet. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., & Müller-Isberner, R. (2014). Schizophrenie und gewalt. [Schizophrenia and violence.]. Nervenarzt, 85(3), 273-278. Résumé/Abstract

Hemphala, M., & Hodgins, S. (2014). Do psychopathic traits assessed in mid-adolescence predict mental health, psychosocial, and antisocial, including criminal outcomes, over the subsequent 5 years? Can J Psychiatry, 59(1), 40-49. Pubmed

Schiffer, B., Pawliczek, C., Mu Ller, B., Forsting, M., Gizewski, E., Leygraf, N., & Hodgins, S. (2014). Neural mechanisms underlying cognitive control of men with lifelong antisocial behavior. Psychiatry Res. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., & Muller-Isberner, R. (2014). [Schizophrenia and violence]. Nervenarzt, 85(3), 273-278. Pubmed

2013

Dickson, H., Cullen, A. E., Reichenberg, A., Hodgins, S., Campbell, D. D., Morris, R. G., & Laurens, K. R. (2013). Cognitive impairment among children at-risk for schizophrenia. J Psychiatr Res. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Kolla, N. J., Gregory, S., Attard, S., Blackwood, N., & Hodgins, S. (2013). Disentangling possible effects of childhood physical abuse on gray matter changes in violent offenders with psychopathy. Psychiatry Res. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., Piatosa, M. J., & Schiffer, B. (2013). Violence Among People with Schizophrenia: Phenotypes and Neurobiology. Curr Top Behav Neurosci. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., Lovenhag, S., Rehn, M., & Nilsson, K. W. (2013). A 5-year follow-up study of adolescents who sought treatment for substance misuse in Sweden. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Kolla, N. J., Malcolm, C., Attard, S., Arenovich, T., Blackwood, N., & Hodgins, S. (2013). Childhood maltreatment and aggressive behaviour in violent offenders with psychopathy. Can J Psychiatry, 58(8), 487-494. Pubmed

Bruce, M., Cobb, D., Clisby, H., Ndegwa, D., & Hodgins, S. (2013). Violence and crime among male inpatients with severe mental illness: attempting to explain ethnic differences. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

De Brito, S. A., Viding, E., Kumari, V., Blackwood, N., & Hodgins, S. (2013). Cool and Hot Executive Function Impairments in Violent Offenders with Antisocial Personality Disorder with and without Psychopathy. PLoS One, 8(6), e65566. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., & Crocker, A. (2013). Commentary on Lindsay and Dernevik's risk and offenders with intellectual disabilities: Reappraising Hodgins' Swedish birth cohort study. Crim Behav Ment Health, 23(3), 158-161. Pubmed

Maddox, L., Jolley, S., Laurens, K. R., Hirsch, C., Hodgins, S., Browning, S., Bravery, L., Bracegirdle, K., Smith, P., Kuipers, E. (2013). Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Unusual Experiences in Children: A Case Series. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 41(3), 344-358. Résumé/Abstract

Michel, S.F., Riaz, M., Webster, C., Hart, S., Levander, S., Müller-Isberner, Tiihonen, J., Repo- Tiihonen, E., Tuninger, E., & Hodgins, S. (2013). Using the HCR-20 to predict aggressive behaviour among men with schizophrenia living in the community: Accuracy of prediction, general and forensic settings, and dynamic risk factors. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health. 12: 1–13. Résumé/Abstract

Hodgins, S., Larm, P., Ellenbogen, M., Vitaro, F., & Tremblay, R. E. (2013). Teachers' ratings of childhood behaviours predict adolescent and adult crime among 3016 males and females. Can J Psychiatry, 58(3), 143-150. Pubmed

2012

Cullen, A. E., Clarke, A. Y., Kuipers, E., Hodgins, S., Dean, K., & Fahy, T. (2012). A Multisite Randomized Trial of a Cognitive Skills Program for Male Mentally Disordered Offenders: Violence and Antisocial Behavior Outcomes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 80(6), 1114-1120. Pubmed

Cullen, A. E., De Brito, S. A., Gregory, S. L., Murray, R. M., Williams, S. C., Hodgins, S., Laurens, K. R. (2012) Temporal Lobe Volume Abnormalities Precede the Prodrome: A Study of Children Presenting Antecedents of Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Ellenbogen, M. A., Linnen, A. M., Santo, J. B., Aan Het Rot, M., Hodgins, S., & Young, S. N. (2012) Salivary cortisol and interpersonal functioning: An event-contingent recording study in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder. Psychoneuroendocrinology. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed

Gregory, S., Ffytche, D., Simmons, A.,  Kumari, V., Howard, M.,  Hodgins, S., Blackwood, N. (2012). The Antisocial Brain: Psychopathy Matters: A Structural MRI Investigation of Antisocial Male Violent Offenders. Arch Gen Psychiatry.  69(9), 962-972.  Pubmed

Ostiguy, C. S., Ellenbogen, A.,  Hodgins, S. (2012). Personality of parents with bipolar disorder and interpersonal functioning among their offspring: A prospective 10-year study. Development and Psychopathology 24(2): 573-587. Pubmed

Silva, T. C., P. Larm, P., Vitaro, F., Tremblay, R. E.,   Hodgins, S. (2012). The association between maltreatment in childhood and criminal convictions to age 24: a prospective study of a community sample of males from disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 21(7): 403-13.  Pubmed

Schiffer, B., Leygraf, N., Muller, B. W., Scherbaum, N., Forsting, M., Wiltfang, J., Gizewski, E. R.,  Hodgins, S. (2012). Structural Brain Alterations Associated With Schizophrenia Preceded by Conduct Disorder: A Common and Distinct Subtype of Schizophrenia? Schizophr Bull. [Epub ahead of print]  Pubmed 

Cullen, A. E., Clarke, A.Y., Kuipers, E.,  Hodgins, S., Dean, K., Fahy, T. (2012). A multi-site randomized controlled trial of a cognitive skills programme for male mentally disordered offenders: social-cognitive outcomes. Psychological Medicine 42(3): 557-569. Pubmed

Polier, G. G., Vloet, T.D., Herpertz-Dahlmann, B.,  Laurens, K. R. ,HODGINS, S.  (2012). Comorbidity of conduct disorder symptoms and internalising problems in children: investigating a community and a clinical sample. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 21(1): 31-3. Pubmed

2011

ELLENBOGEN, M.A, HODGINS, S, LINNEN, A-M, & OSTIGUY, C. (2011). Elevated daytime cortisol levels: A biomarker of subsequent major affective disorder? Journal of Affective Disorders, doi:10.1016/j.jad.2011.01.007.

OSTIGUY, C.S., ELLENBOGEN, M.A., WALKER, C-D., WALKER, E., & HODGINS, S. (2011). Sensitivity to stress among the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: A study of daytime cortisol levels. Psychological Medicine, 41, 2447–2457.

SCHIFFER, B., MÜLLER,B.W., SCHERBAUM, N.,HODGINS, S., FORSTING, M., WILTFANG, J., GIZEWSKI,E.R., LEYGRAF, N. (2011). Disentangling structural brain alterations associated with violent offending from those associated with substance use disorders. Archives of General Psychiatry,68,1039 - 1049.

CULLEN, A.E., CLARKE, A.Y., KUIPERS, E., HODGINS, S., DEAN, K., & FAHY, T. (2011). A multi-site randomized controlled trial of a cognitive skills programme for male mentally disordered offenders: social–cognitive outcomes. Psychological Medicine, doi:10.1017/S0033291711001553.

MACMANUS, D., HODGINS, S., WALKER, E.F., BRASFIELD, J., RIAZ, M., & LAURENS, K. (2011). Movement abnormalities and psychotic-like-experiences in childhood: Markers of developing schizophrenia? Psychological Medicine.doi:10.1017/S0033291711001085.

JOYAL, C., CÔTÉ, G., MELOCHE, J., & HODGINS, S. (2011). Severe mental illness and aggressive behavior: On the importance of considering subgroups. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 10(2), 107 – 117.

DICKSON, H., LAURENS, K., CULLEN, A., & HODGINS, S.(2011).Meta-analyses of cognitive and motor function in youth aged 16 years and younger who subsequently develop schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, DOI:10.1017/S0033291711001693.

HODGINS, S., BARBARESCHI, G., & LARSSON, A. (2011). Adolescents with conduct disorder: Does anxiety make a difference? Journal of Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry, 22:5, 669-691.

HODGINS, S., CARLIN, P., MOORHOUSE, R.LEGGE, K., & KHALID, F. (2011). Reducing antisocial behaviour among patients with severe mental illness living in the community: A feasibility study. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 21, 75-76.

Cooke, D., Michie, C., De Brito, S. A., Hodgins, S., & Sparkes, L. (2011). Measuring life-long patterns of instrumental aggression: a methodological note. Psychology Crime & Law, 17(4), 319-329. Résumé / Abstract

De Brito, S. A., McCrory, E. J., Mechelli, A., Wilke, M., Jones, A. P., Hodgins, S., Viding, E. (2011). Small, but not perfectly formed: decreased white matter concentration in boys with psychopathic tendencies. Molecular Psychiatry, 16(5), 476-477. Pubmed

Dickson, H., Laurens, K.R., Cullen, A.E., Hodgins, S. (2011). Meta-analyses of cognitive and motor function in youth aged 16 years and younger who subsequently develop schizophrenia. Psychological medicine. Pubmed

Ellenbogen, M. A., Hodgins, S., Linnen, A. M., & Ostiguy, C. S. (2011). Elevated daytime cortisol levels: A biomarker of subsequent major affective disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 132(1-2), 265-269. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., Carlin, P., Moorhouse, R., Legge, K., & Khalid, F. (2011). Reducing antisocial behaviour among patients with severe mental illness living in the community: A feasibility study of the Reasoning and Rehabilitation Programme. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 21(1), 75-76. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., Calem, M., Shimel, R., Williams, A., Harleston, D., Morgan, C., Dazzan, P.,Fearon, P., Morgan, K., Lappin, J., Zanelli, J., Reichenberg, A., Jones, P. (2011). Criminal offending and distinguishing features of offenders among persons experiencing a first episode of psychosis. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 5(1), 15-23. Pubmed

Hodgins, S., Barbareschi, G., & Larsson, A. (2011). Adolescents with conduct disorder: Does anxiety make a difference. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, Vol, 22(5), 669-691.

Joyal, C., Côté, G., Meloche, J. & Hodgins, S. (2011). Severe Mental Illness and Aggressive Behavior: On the Importance of Considering Subgroups. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 10(2), 107–117. Résumé / Abstract

Macmanus, D., Laurens, K. R., Walker, E. F., Brasfield, J. L., Riaz, M., & Hodgins, S. (2011). Movement abnormalities and psychotic-like experiences in childhood: markers of developing schizophrenia. Psychological medicine, 42(1): 99-109. Pubmed

Malcolm, C. P., Picchioni, M. M., DiForti, M., Sugranyes, G., Cooke, E., Joseph, C., McQueen, G., Paparelli, A., Stilo, S., O'Connor, J., Morgan, C., Murray, R. M., Hodgins, S. (2011). Pre-morbid Conduct Disorder symptoms are associated with cannabis use among individuals with a first episode of psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 126 (1-3), 81-86. Pubmed

Ostiguy, C. S., Ellenbogen, M. A., Walker, C. D., Walker, E. F., & Hodgins, S. (2011). Sensitivity to stress among the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: a study of daytime cortisol levels. Psychological medicine, 41(11), 2447-2457. Pubmed

Schiffer, B., Muller, B. W., Scherbaum, N., Hodgins, S., Forsting, M., Wiltfang, J., Gizewski, E. R., Leygraf, N. (2011). Disentangling Structural Brain Alterations Associated With Violent Behavior From Those Associated With Substance Use Disorders. Archives of general psychiatry, 68(10), 1039-1049. Pubmed

2010

HODGINS, S., CALEM, M., SHIMEL, R., WILLIAMS, A., HARLESTON, D., MORGAN, C., DAZZAN, P., FEARON, P., MORGAN, K., LAPPIN, J., ZANELLI, J., REICHENBERG, A., & JONES, P. (2010). Criminal offending and distinguishing features of offenders among persons experiencing a first episode of psychosis. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 5, 15-23.

MALCOLM, C.P., PICCHIONI, M., DIFORTI, M., SUGRANYES,G., COOKE, E., JOSEPH, C., MCQUEEN, G., PAPARELLI, A., STILO, S.,  O’ CONNOR, J., MORGAN, C., MURRAY, R.M., HODGINS, S. (2010). Pre-morbid conduct disorder symptoms are associated with cannabis use among individuals with a first episode of psychosis. Schizophrenia Research,126,81–86.

De BRITO, S. A., McCRORY, E. J., MECHELLI, A., WILKE, M., JONES, A. P., HODGINS, S., & VIDING, E. (2010). Small, but not perfectly formed: decreased white matter concentration in boys with psychopathic tendencies. Molecular Psychiatry, 16(5), 476-477.

Hodgins, S., De Brito, S. A., Chhabra, P., & Cote, G. (2010). Anxiety disorders among offenders with antisocial personality disorders: a distinct subtype. Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie, 55(12), 784-791. Pubmed

MOLERO-SAMUELSON, Y., HODGINS, S., LARSSON, A., LARM, P., & TENGSTROM, A., (2010). Adolescent antisocial behaviour as predictor of adverse outcomes to age 50: a follow-up study of 1,947 individuals, Criminal Justice and Behavior, 37(2), 158-174.

LAURENS, K. R., HODGINS, S., MOULD, G. L., WEST, S. A., SCHOENBERG, P. L. A, MURRAY, R. M., & TAYLOR, E. A. (2010). Error-related processing dysfunction in children aged 9 to 12 years presenting putative antecedents of schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry, 67(3), 238-245.

ELLENBOGEN, M. A., SANTO, J., LINNEN, A-M., WALKER, C-D., HODGINS, S. (2010). High cortisol levels in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder during two weeks of daily sampling. Bipolar Disorders, 12(1), 77-86.

ELLENBOGEN, M. A., OSTIGUY , C. S., & HODGINS, S. (2010). Intergenerational effects of high neuroticism in parents and their public health significance. American Psychologist, 65(2), 135-136.

HODGINS, S., OLIVER, B.R., TENGSTRÖM, A., &  LARSSON, A. (2010). Adolescents who consulted for substance misuse problems: Outcomes one year later. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 64(3), 189-195.

COOKE, D.J., MICHIE, C., De BRITO, S.A., HODGINS, S., SPARKES, L. (2010). Measuring life-long patterns of instrumental aggression: a methodological note. Psychology, Crime and Law,17(4), 319-329.

LARM, P., HODGINS, S., TENGSTROM, A., & LARSSON, A. (2010). Trajectories of resilience over 25 years of individuals who as adolescents consulted for substance misuse and a matched comparison group. Addiction, 105,1216-1225.

HODGINS, S., De BRITO, S. A., CHHABRA, P. & CÔTÉ, G. (2010). Anxiety disorders among offenders with antisocial personality disorders: associations with violent crime.Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 55(12),784-791.

HODGINS, S. & RIAZ, M. (2010). Violence and phases of illness: Differential risk and predictors. European Psychiatry.

2009

HODGINS, S. (2009). Violent behaviour among people with schizophrenia: A framework for investigations of causes, effective treatment, and prevention. In S. Hodgins, E. Viding, & A. Plodowski (Eds). The Neurobiological Basis of Violence: Science and Rehabilitation (pp 43-64). Oxford, UK: OxfordUniversity Press.

HODGINS, S., VIDING, E., & PLODOWSKI, A. (Eds). (2009). The Neurobiological Basis of Violence: Science and RehabilitationOxford, UK: OxfordUniversity Press.

De BRITO, S.& HODGINS, S. (2009). Executive functions of persistent violent offenders: a critical review of the literature. In S. Hodgins, E. Viding, & A. Plodowski (Eds). The Neurobiological Basis of Violence: Science and Rehabilitation (pp 167-199). Oxford, UK: OxfordUniversity Press.

OSTIGUY, C. S., ELLENBOGEN, M. A., LIMEN, A., WALKER, E. F., HAMMEN, C., & HODGINS, S. (2009). Chronic stress and stressful life events in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 114, 74-84.

ELLENBOGEN, M. A. & HODGINS, S. (2009). Structure provided by parents in middle childhood, predicts cortisol reactivity in adolescence among the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder and controls. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 34, 773-785.

De BRITO, S. A.,  MECHELLI, A., WILKE, M., LAURENS, K. R., JONES, A. P., BARKER, G. J., HODGINS, S., & VIDING, E. (2009). Size matters: Increased gray matter in boys with conduct problems and callous-unemotional traits. Brain, 132, 843-852.

HODGINS, S., LARM, P., MOLERO-SAMUELSON, Y., TENGSTRÖM, A., & LARSSON, A. (2009). Multiple adverse outcomes over 30 years following adolescent substance misuse treatment. ActaPsychiatricaScandinavica, 119, 484-493.

HODGINS, S., LINCOLN, T., & MAK, T. (2009) Experience of victimisation and depression are associated with community functioning among men with schizophrenia. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 44(6), 448-457.

De BRITO, S. A., & HODGINS, S. (2009). Antisocial Personality Disorder. In M. McMurran& R. Howard (Eds.), Personality, Personality Disorder, and Violence: An Evidence Based Approach (chapter 7, pp 133-153). Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

SCHWARTZMAN, A. E., SERBIN, L. A., STACK, D. M., HODGINS, S., & LEDINGHAM, L.E. (2009). Likeability, aggression, and social withdrawal in childhood, psychiatric status in maturity: a prospective study. European Journal of Developmental Science, 3(1), 51-63.

De BRITO, S. A., & HODGINS, S. (2009). Die Antisoziale Persönlichkeitsstörung des DSM-IV-TR - Befunde, Untergruppen und Unterschiede zu Psychopathy. Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychologie, Kriminologie, 3(2), 116-128.

De BRITO, S. A., HODGINS, S., McCRORY, E. J. P., MECHELLI, A., WILKE, M., JONES, A. P., & VIDING, E. (2009). Structural neuroimaging and the antisocial brain: main findings and methodological challenges. Criminal Justice and Behaviour, 36(11), 1163-1176.

HODGINS, S. (2009). The interface between general and forensic psychiatric services. European Psychiatry 24(6), 354-355.

HODGINS, S., CREE, A., KHALID, F., PATEL, K., SAINZ-FUENTES, R., SHORTT, M., MAK, T. & RIAZ, M. (2009). Do community mental health teams caring for severely mentally ill patients adjust treatments and services based on patients’ antisocial or criminal behaviours? European Psychiatry 24(6), 353-424.

SOINI, E. J. O., RISSANEN, T., TIIHONEN, J., HODGINS, S., ERONEN, M., RYYNÄNEN, O.-P.(2009). Predicting forensic admission among the mentally ill in a multinational setting: A Bayesian modelling approach. Data and Knowledge Engineering, 68, 1427-1440.

HODGINS, S., De BRITO, S., SIMONOFF, E., VLOET, T., & VIDING, E. (2009). Getting the phenotypes right: An essential ingredient for understanding aetiological mechanisms underlying persistent violence and developing effective treatments. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 3(44), 1-10.

HODGINS, S. (2009). Parental violent crime, previous violence and substance abuse predict future violence in people with schizophrenia. (Commentary). Evidence Based Mental Health, 12, 127.

2008

LINCOLN, T. M. & HODGINS, S. (2008). Is lack of insight associated with physically aggressive behaviour among people with schizophrenia living in the community? Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196(1), 62-66.

HODGINS, S. (2008). Criminality among persons with severe mental illness. In K. Soothill, P Rogers, & M. Dolan (Eds.), Handbook of Forensic Mental Health (chapter 16, pp 400-423). Devon, UK&OreganUSA: Willan Publishing.

HODGINS, S., CREE, A., ALDERTON, J., & MAK, T. (2008). From conduct disorder to severe mental illness: Associations with aggressive behaviour, crime and victimisation. Psychological Medicine, 38. 975-987.

LARM, P., HODGINS, S., LARSSON, A., SAMUELSON, Y. M., & TENGSTRÖM, A. (2008). Long-term outcomes of adolescents treated for substance misuse. Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 96, 79-89.

HODGINS, S. (2008). Severe mental illness (SMI) (psychosis). In G. J. Towl, D. P. Farrington, D. A. Crighton, & G. Hughes (Eds.), Dictionary of Forensic Psychology, (pp 173-175). PortlandOreganUSA: Willan Publishing.

HODGINS, S. (2008). Violent behaviour among people with schizophrenia: A framework for investigations of causes, and effective treatment, and prevention. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B, 363(1503), 2505-2518.

HODGINS, S., VIDING, E., & PLODOWSKI, A. (Eds) (2008). The neurobiology of violence: implications for prevention and treatment. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B, 363(1503), 2483-2622.

TIIHONEN, J., ROSSI, R., LASKSO, M. P., HODGINS, S., TESTA, C., PEREZ, J., REPO-TIIHONEN, E., VAURIO, O., SOININEIN, H., ARONEN, H. J., KONONEN, M., THOMPSON, P., & FRISONI, G. B. (2008). Brain anatomy of persistent violent offenders: More rather than less. Psychiatric Research: Neuroimaging, 163, 201-212.

TEMCHEFF, C. E., SERBIN, L. A., MARTIN-STOREY, A., STACK, D. M., HODGINS, S., LEDINGHAM, J., & SCHWARTZMAN, A. E, (2008). Continuity and pathways from aggression in childhood to family violence in adulthood: A 30-year longitudinal study. Journal of Family Violence, 23, 231-242.

LAURENS, K. WEST, S. A., MURRAY, R. M., & HODGINS, S. (2008). Psychotic-like experiences and other antecedents of schizophrenia in children aged 9-12 years: a comparison of ethnic and migrant groups in the United Kingdom. Psychological Medicine, 38, 1103-1111.

KUMAR, R. A., McGHEE, K. A, L., LEACH, S., BONAGURO, R., MACLEAN, A., AGUIRRE-HERNANDEZ, R., ABRAHAMS, B. S., COCCARO, E. F., HODGINS, S., TURECKI, G., CONDON, A., MUIR, W. J., BROOKS-WILSON, A. R., BLACKWOOD, D. H., & SIMPSON, E. M. (2008). Initial association of NR2E1 with Bipolar disorder and identification of candidate mutations in Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and aggression through resequencing. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B (Neuropsychiatric Genetics), 1478, 880-889.

SOINI, E. J. O., RISSANEN, T., TIIHONEN, J., ERONEN, M., HODGINS, S., & RYYNANEN, O-P. (2008). Predicting forensic admission among the mentally ill: A Bayesian approach. Proceedings of the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, 242.

HODGINS, S., De BRITO, S. (2008) Damaged development and the propensity to criminal behaviour. InK Bhui (Ed).Psychiatry and Crime. Royal Society of Medicine Press.

Dans les médias

OLIVER, B. & HODGINS, S. (in press). Understanding Violent Girls With Substance Misuse Problems. In A. K. Andershed (Ed.), Girls’ Aggression, Chapter 10.

OSTIGUY, C., ELLENBOGEN, M. A, & HODGINS, S. (in press). The impact of parents’ personality on their offspring’s interpersonal functioning: A prospective 10-year study. Development and Psychopathology.

KOLLA, N. & HODGINS, S. (in press).Treatment of people with schizophrenia who behave violently towards others: A review of the empirical literature on treatment effectiveness. In L. A. Craig, L. Dixon, & T. A. Gannon (Eds).What Works in Offender Rehabilitation: An evidence based approach to assessment and treatment.United Kingdom: Wiley Blackwell.

Nijjar, R., Ellenbogen, M. A., & HODGINS, S. (2014). Personality, coping, risky behavior, and mental disorders in the offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: a comprehensive psychosocial assessment. J Affect Disord, 166, 315-323. Pubmed

HODGINS, S. (2014). Among untreated violent offenders with schizophrenia, persecutory delusions are associated with violent recidivism. Evid Based Ment Health, 17(3), 75. Pubmed

Sethi, A., Gregory, S., Dell'Acqua, F., Periche Thomas, E., Simmons, A., Murphy, D. G., HODGINS, S., Blackwood, N. J., Craig, M. C. (2014). Emotional detachment in psychopathy: Involvement of dorsal default-mode connections. Cortex. Epub ahead of print. Pubmed