I have had the pleasure of working with some brilliant colleagues who have constantly helped me and inspired me. Below are a list of selected publications. For a full list of publications, please click here.

Selected Publications


  1. Keatley, D. A. & Clarke, D. D. (2019). Crime Linkage: Finding a behavioral fingerprint using the 'Path Similarity Metric'. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

  2. Quinn-Evans, L., Keatley, D. A., Arntfield, M., Sheridan, L. (2019). A behaviour sequence analysis of victims’ accounts of stalking behaviours. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

  3. Keatley, D. A., Mcgurk, S., Allely, C. S. (2019). Understanding school shootings with crime script analysis. Deviant Behaviour

  4. Keatley, D. A., Walters, I., Parke, A., Joyce, T., & Clarke, D. D. (2019). Mapping the pathways between recreational cannabis use and mood disorders: A Behaviour Sequence Analysis approach. Health Promotion Journal of Australia.

  5. Smith, N., Barrett, E., Keatley, D. A., Sandal, G., Facer-Childs, J. (accepted). Relations between daily events, coping strategies, and health during a British Army ski expedition across Antarctica. Environment & Behavior

  6. Keatley D. A., Parke, A., Townsend, E., Markham, C., & Clarke, D. D. (2019). Young People, Gambling, and Gambling-Related Harm Research: Pathways into and out of danger. Journal of Gambling Issues.

  7. Keatley, D. A., Arntfield, M., Gill, P., Clare, J., Oatley, G., Bouhana, N., & Clarke, D. D. (2019). Behaviour Tracking: Using geospatial and behaviour sequence analysis to map crime. Security Journal.

  8. Jupe, L. & Keatley, D. A. (accepted). Airport Artificial Intellegence Can Detect Deception - Or am I Lying. Security Journal

  9. Knight, S., & Keatley, D. A. (accepted). Comparing the different behavioral outcomes of extremism: A comparison of violent and non-violent extremists, acting alone or as part of a group. The Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression

  10. Keatley, D. A., & Cormier, S. (Det.) (accepted). SPECIAL ISSUE: Cold Case Methods. Journal of Criminal Psychology

  11. Keatley, D. A., Clarke, D. D.,  Hall, J. (accepted). SPECIAL ISSUE: Advanced methods in crime research. Expert Systems.

  12. Denault, V.,… Keatley, D. A.,… et al. (2019). The analysis nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts. Anuario de Psicologia Juridica.

  13. Keatley, D. A. (2018). Pathways in Crime: an introduction to behaviour sequence analysis. London: Palgrave Macmillan

  14. Keatley, D. A., Golightly, H., Shephard, R., Yaksic, E., & Reid, S. (2018). Using behaviour sequence analysis to map the life history of serial killers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, DOI: 10.1177/0886260518759655 

  15. Keatley, D. A. & Clarke, D. D. (2018, June). Indicator Waves: A new temporal method for measuring multiple behaviours as indicators of future events. Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research: Measuring Behavior conference (pp 92-95). Manchester, UK.

  16. Keatley, D. A., Marono, A., & Clarke, D. D. (2018). Unmaking a murderer: Behaviour Sequence Analysis of False Confessions. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 25, 425-436.

  17. Marono, A., Clarke, D. D., Navarro, J., Keatley, D. A. (2018). A sequence analysis of nonverbal communication and deceit in different personality clusters. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 33, 109-117.

  18. Parke, A., Griffiths, M., Pattinson, J., & Keatley, D. A. (2018). Age-related physical and psychological vulnerability as pathways to problem gambling in older adults. Journal of Behavioural Addictions, 7, 137-145.

  19. Keatley, D. A., Barsky, A., Clarke, D. D. (2017). Driving under the influence of alcohol: A sequence analysis approach. Psychology, Crime, and Law, 23, 135-146.

  20. Ellis, H., Clarke, D. D., & Keatley, D. A. (2017). Perceptions of behaviours in stranger rape cases: A sequence analysis approach. The Journal of Sexual Aggression, 23, 328-337. 

  21. Marono, A., Clarke, D. D., Navarro, J., Keatley, D. A. (2017). A sequence analysis of nonverbal communication and deceit in different personality clusters. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 24, 730-744. 

  22. Taylor, O., Keatley, D. A., Clarke, D. D. (2017). A behaviour sequence analysis of alcohol‐related violence surrounding drinking establishments. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, DOI: 10.1177/0886260517702490 

  23. Keatley, D. A. (2017). Sequence Analysis in Social Psychology. Social Psychology Review – invited article from the President of BPS Social Psychology Section

  24. Keatley, D. A., Allom, V., & Mullan, B. (2017). The effects of implicit and explicit self-control on self-reported aggression. Personality and Individual Differences, 107, 154-158.

  25. Keatley, D. A., Hardcastle, S. Carragher, N., Chikritzhs, T., Daube, M., Lonsdale, A. & Hagger, M. (2017). Attitudes and beliefs towards alcohol minimum pricing in Western Australia. Health Promotion International, 33, 400-409. 

  26. Keatley, D. A., Ferguson, E., Lonsdale, A., & Hagger, M. (2017). Lay understanding of the causes of binge drinking in the United Kingdom and Australia: a network diagram approach. Health Education Research, 32, 33-47.



Selected Grants

Keatley, D. A. (PI), Clarke, D. D. (CI), Townsend, E. (CI). (2016) Young people, gambling, and gambling-related harm research: Pathways into and out of danger. Responsible Gambling Trust (RGT) 

Parke, A (PI), Keatley, D. A. (CI), Goddard, P. (CI), Dickinson, P. (CI), Gerling, K. (CI), & Linehan, C. (CI). (2016) Experimental investigation of the effect of within-game interventions on gambling decision making. Research Impact Fund Grant.

Keatley, D. A. (PI). (2014). Assessing Western Australian's awareness of causes of binge drinking.Research Funding








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