Marchment, Z., and Gill, P. (2019) “Terrorists Are Just Another Type of Criminal”, in Routledge Handbook of Crime Science. R. Wortley, G. Laycock and N. Tilley (eds.) London: Routledge
Gill, P., Salman, N.L., and Clemmow, C. (Forthcoming) “Prescient, Inconsistent, and Ignorant: Commentary on The Dispensation of Dynamite.” Journal of Threat Assessment and Management
Francis, A., Marchment, Z., & Gill, P. (Forthcoming) “Domestic Extremist Criminal Damage Events: Behaving Like Criminals or Terrorists?” Security Journal
Gill, P., Marchment, Z., Corner, E., and Bouhana, N. (Forthcoming) “Terrorist Decision-Making in the Context of Risk, Attack Planning and Attack Commission”. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism
Silver, J., Horgan, J., & Gill, P. (Forthcoming) “Shared Struggles? Cumulative Strain Theory and Public Mass Murderers from 1990 to 2014”. Homicide Studies
Corner, E. and Gill, P. (Forthcoming) “The Nascent Empirical Literature on Psychopathology and Terrorism”. World Psychiatry.
Schuurman, B., Lindekilde, L., Malthaner, S., O’Conner, F., Gill, P., and Bouhana, N (Forthcoming). “End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology That Should Not Have Been”. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism
Schuurman, B., Bakker, E., Gill, P., and Bouhana, N. (Forthcoming) “Lone Actor Terrorist Attack Planning and Preparation: A Data-Driven Analysis”. Journal of Forensic Sciences
Gill, P., Horgan, J., and Corner, E. (Forthcoming) “The Rational Foraging Terrorist: Analysing the Distances Travelled to Commit Terrorist Violence”. Terrorism and Political Violence
Silver, J., Gill, P. and Horgan, J. “Foreshadowing Targeted Violence: Assessing Leakage of Intent by Mass Murderers” (2018). Aggression and Violent Behaviour 38(1):94-100.
Gill, P., Silver, J., Horgan, J., and Corner, E. (2017) “Shooting Alone: The Pre-Attack Experiences and Behaviors of U.S. Solo Mass Murderers with Implications for Threat Assessments”. Journal of Forensic Sciences 62(3):710-714.
Gill, P. (2017) “Tactical Innovation and the Provisional Irish Republican Army”. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 40(7): 573-585.
Gill, P. and Corner, E. (2017) “There and Back Again: The Study of Mental Disorder and Terrorist Involvement”. American Psychologist 72(3): 231-241.
Gill, P., Corner, E., Conway, M., Thornton, A., Bloom, M., and Horgan, J. (2017) “Terrorist Use of the Internet by the Numbers: Quantifying Behaviors, Patterns & Processes”. Criminology and Public Policy 16(1):99-117.
Corner, E. and Gill, P. (2017) “Is There a Nexus Between Terrorist Involvement and Mental Health in the Age of the Islamic State?” The CTC Sentinel 10(1):1-10.
Gill, P., Horgan, J., Corner, E. and Silver, J. (2016) “Risk Factors and Lone Actor Violent Events: The Problems of Low Base Rates and Long Observational Periods”. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 3(3-4):165-173
Gill, P. and Corner, E. (2016) “Lone-Actor Terrorist Target Choice”. Behavioral Sciences and the Law 34(5): 693-705
Manique, P., Cao, Z., Gabriel, A., Horgan, J., Gill, P., … & Johnson, N. (2016) “Women’s Connectivity in Extreme Networks”. Science Advances 2: e1501742
Meloy, J.R. and Gill, P. (2016) “The Lone Actor Terrorist and the TRAP-18”. Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 3(1): 37-52
Gill, P., Horgan, J., and Piazza, J. (2016) “Counterterrorism Killings and Provisional IRA Bombings, 1970-1998”. Terrorism and Political Violence 28(3): 473-496
Tench, S., Fry, H. and Gill, P. (2016) “Spatio-Temporal Patterns of IED Usage by the Provisional Irish Republican Army”. European Journal of Applied Mathematics 27(3): 377-402
Morrison, J. and Gill, P. (2016) “100 Years of Irish Republican Violence”. Terrorism and Political Violence 28(3): 409-416
Corner, E., Gill, P. and Mason, O. (2016) “Mental Health Disorders and the Terrorist: A Research Note Probing Selection Effects and Disorder Prevalence”. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 39(6): 560-568
Gill, P. (2015) “Towards a Scientific Approach to Identifying and Understanding Indicators of Radicalization and Terrorist Intent: Eight Key Problems” Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 2(3-4): 187-191.