Lloyd, M (2021) Radicalisation Awareness Network. Ethical Guidelines for Working for P/CVE in Mental Health Care. https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/sites/default/files/what-we-do/networks/radicalisation_awareness_network/ran- papers/docs/ran_ethical_guidelines_for_working_p-cve_mhc_2021_en.pdf
Lloyd, M. (2021) From Empirical Beginnings to Emerging Theory. In Eds: Corrado, R., Wössner, G. & Merari, A. NATO Science for Peace & Security Series. V.152. 259-279. https://www.iospress.nl/bookserie/nato-science-for-peace-and-security-series-e-human-and-societal-dynamics/
Lloyd, M. (2021) Making Sense of terrorist violence and building psychological expertise. International Handbook of Threat Assessment. Second Edition. Eds. Meloy, R.J. & Hoffmann, J. Oxford University Press. New York. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/international-handbook-of-threat-assessment-9780190940164
Lloyd, M. (2019) Extremist Risk Assessments: A Directory. Centre for Research and Evidence in Security Threats. https://crestresearch.ac.uk/resources/extremism-risk-assessment-directory/
Lloyd, M. (2019) Pathways into Terrorism in Eds: Yakeley, J. & Cundy, P. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Fundamentalism, Radicalisation and Terrorism. Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Psychoanalytic-Perspectives-on-Fundamentalism-Radicalisation-and-Terrorism/Yakeley-Cundy/p/book/9780367030391
Al-Attar, Z., Bates-Gaston, J., Dean, C., & Lloyd, M. (2018). Ethical Guidelines for applied psychological practice in the field of extremism, violent extremism and terrorism. British Psychological Society. https://www.bps.org.uk/news-and-policy/ethical-guidelines-applied-psychological-practice-field-extremism-violent-extremism
Logan, C. & Lloyd, M. (2018) Violent Extremism: A Comparison of Approaches to Assessing and Managing Risk. Journal of Legal and Criminological Psychology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12140
Dean C., Lloyd, M., Keane, C., Powis, B., Randhawa K. (2018) Intervening with Extremist Offenders - A Pilot Study https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/intervening-with-extremist-offenders-a-pilot-study
Lloyd, M, & Kleinot, P. (2017) Pathways into Terrorism: the Good the Bad and the Ugly. The Journal of Psychoanalytic psychotherapy: Applications, Theory and Research. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/AuImmw9CSqManxWgDW5y/full
Lloyd, M. (2016) Structured Guidelines for Assessing Risk in Extremist Offenders. Assessment and Development Matters, Vol 8, No 2. pp 15-18. British Psychological Society.
Lloyd, M. & Dean, C (2015)The Development of Structured Guidelines for Assessing Risk in Extremist Offenders. The Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, Vol 2, Issue 1. pp 40-52.
Lloyd, M. & Bell, R. (2015) Guest Editor, Prison Service Journal special edition Working with People with Personality Disorder, no 218.
Lloyd, M. (2012) Guest Editor, Prison Service Journal special edition Combating Extremism and Terrorism. No 203.
Shalev, S. & Lloyd, M. (2011) “Though this be method, yet there is madness in’t”. Commentary on a one year longitudinal study of the psychological effects of administrative segregation. Corrections & Mental Health. 21 June 2011. http://community.nicic.gov/blogs/mentalhealth/.
Lloyd, M. & Shalev, S. (2009)Guest Editors, Prison Service Journal special edition Solitary Confinement. No 181.
Shalev, S. (2008) Chapter 2 ‘The Health Effects of Solitary Confinement’ in A Sourcebook on Solitary Confinement. http://solitaryconfinement.org/uploads/sourcebook_web.pdf.