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Williams, Rebecca (2015). An examination of female sexual offending: toward a gender-specific approach. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Whittle, Helen Christina (2014). An exploration of young people’s vulnerabilities to online grooming and sexual abuse. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Kloess, Juliane (2015). An investigation into online sexual grooming and abuse of children via internet technologies. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Vien, Anh (2010). An investigation into the risk and protective factors associated with youth offending. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Marks, Emma R. (2011). Assessing risk and outcomes in offenders detained in intellectual disability and mental health medium secure units in the United Kingdom. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Flak, Vanja Elisabeth (2011). Assessment of sexual interest in child sex offenders by the use of a computerized measure. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Farrington, Paul (2015). Circles of support and accountability: the role of social support in preventing sexual offender recidivism. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Gillespie, Steven Mark (2014). Cognitive, affective and social psychological correlates of psychopathic personality traits in offenders and non-offenders. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Patel, Khyati (2013). Comparing psychopathy subtypes in terms of instrumental and reactive violence. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Robertson, Caroline June (2010). Current issues in the treatment of sexual offenders. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Stefanska, Ewa Barbara (2017). Deconstructing sexual killing. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Campbell, Lisa (2017). Do scores on the HCR-20 and FAM predict frequency of self-harm in females within a secure psychiatric hospital? University of Birmingham. Foren.Clin.Psy.D.

Atkinson, Georgina Victoria (2020). Does HRV biofeedback practice help to regulate emotions and improve mindfulness in mentally unwell offenders? University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Wakeling, Helen Catherine (2015). Examination of the use of self-report psychometrics within sexual offender treatment and in prediction of reoffending. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Rawlings, Patricia Ann (2015). Examining the effects of early abuse and the links to sexual offending. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Qayum, Amreen (2014). Exploring early attachments and maladaptive schemas in juvenile sexual offenders. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Reis, Mariana (2015). Exploring the attachment style of sex offenders. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Kewley, Stephanie (2015). How might religion and spirituality help to reintegrate those convicted of sexual offending and how do practitioners respond? University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Cull, Stephanie Yolanda McLellan (2018). Implications of suicide writings. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Markham, Anna Catherine Claire (2016). Multisystemic therapy: therapist experience of programme delivery, processes and outcomes. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Vettor, Shannon Lynn (2012). Offender Profiling: a review, critique, and an investigation of the influence of context, perception, and motivations on sexual offending. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Carter, Shevaun Kirsten (2017). Perpetrators of child sexual abuse. University of Birmingham. Foren.Clin.Psy.D.

Johnson, Matthew (2014). Personality and executive functioning as explanatory variables in media technology use and responsiveness to media technology. University of Birmingham. M.Sc.

Elliott, Ian Alexander (2012). Psychological characteristics of users of child pornography on the internet. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Johnson, Larissa Gabrielle (2018). Rape myth acceptance: its role, importance, and psychometric measurement. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Forde, Robert Anthony (2014). Risk assessment in parole decisions: a study of life sentence prisoners in England and Wales. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Coles, Rebecca-Louise (2011). Risk assessment, personality disorder, and key developmental variables. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Craissati, Jackie (2003). Risk, reconviction and their relationship to key developmental variables in a complete urban sample of child molesters and rapists. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Dawes, Sarah L. (2014). Schema theory and practice: exploration and review of its use within female forensic mental health services. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Taylor, Chénelle Anika (2018). Static risk factors among Jamaican sex offenders: a cross-cultural analysis. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Gray, Emma Louise (2018). The assessment and treatment of sexual offenders with intellectual disability: New directions. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Blacker, Janine (2009). The assessment of risk in intellectually disabled sexual offenders. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Merriam, Marilyn (2014). The contribution of volunteer mentoring in criminal justice. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Akerman, Geraldine (2015). The development and validation of a psychometric measure of current sexual interest. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Panesar, Varinder Kaur (2010). The effectiveness of a community-based intensive intervention for young people with complex psychological and forensic needs. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Thody, Philippa (2012). The effects of integrating the populations: the experiences of young adult male offenders incarcerated in an adult prison. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Kerr, Kevin John (2015). The psychological characteristics of sexual murderers. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Bettles, Sophie (2014). The role of inhibitory control in defining typologies of internet sex offenders. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Bartels, Ross Matthew (2014). Understanding the cognitive processes associated with sexual fantasies: towards a dual process model. University of Birmingham. Ph.D.

Reid Milligan, Simon David (2014). Users of online indecent images of children (IIOC): an investigation into aetiological and perpetuating risk factors, the offending process, the risk of perpetrating a contact sexual offence, and protective factors. University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Arsuffi, Lara (2017). What is the relationship between relational security, attachment, ward incidents and treatment outcomes on forensic psychiatric wards? University of Birmingham. Foren.Psy.D.

Barton, Amanda (2011). Women who sexually offend against children; the role of care and compassion in their experiences and their treatment. University of Birmingham. Clin.Psy.D.

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