Item Accepted version Open AccessSome Misunderstandings about Legislation and Law(Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017) Hameed, AWhat is legislation? What is law? A great deal of ink has been spilled on these questions. In this essay I wish to investigate the answers that have been provided in international law. Two theses are advanced. First, there is a misunderstanding in international law about what legislation is. This can be seen, for instance, in the popular claim that the United Nations Security Council has begun to “legislate” on the international plane. The second thesis attempts to specify how this misunderstanding has come about; I suggest that international law writing tends to evince a more basic mistake about what law is. If these two theses are true, the literature on international law-making stands in need of revision. Item Accepted version Open AccessIntrusive memories of trauma in the laboratory: Methodological developments and future directionsLau Zhu, A; Holmes, Emily A; Porcheret, KatePurpose of the review: Intrusive memories are those that spring to mind unbidden, e.g., 19 sensory recollections of stressful/traumatic events. We review recent methods to monitor 20 intrusions of a stressor within the laboratory, which open up additional approaches for 21 experimental psychopathology research on intrusive symptom development, persistence and 22 mitigation. 23 Recent findings: Recent studies suggest three main methodologies after viewing a trauma 24 film by which to monitor intrusions in the laboratory: during post-film rest periods, after 25 exposure to trigger cues, and while performing an ongoing task. With these approaches, 26 factors (e.g., psychological or pharmacological) that may influence the frequency of 27 occurrence of intrusions can be tested. 28 Summary: We highlight methodological considerations to guide experimental design using 29 intrusion monitoring in the laboratory, which complement monitoring approaches in daily life 30 (e.g., diaries). Such designs confer greater experimental control for trauma film studies and 31 open novel research avenues, which may inform intervention development to mitigate 32 problematic intrusive memory symptoms.