Devon Polaschek
Devon Polaschek
Professor of Psychology, Professor of Security and Crime Science, University of Waikato
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Theories of sexual offending
T Ward, D Polaschek, AR Beech
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
Psychopathic personality: Bridging the gap between scientific evidence and public policy
JL Skeem, DLL Polaschek, CJ Patrick, SO Lilienfeld
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 12 (3), 95-162, 2011
Assessing relationship quality in mandated community treatment: Blending care with control.
JL Skeem, JE Louden, D Polaschek, J Camp
Psychological assessment 19 (4), 397, 2007
The implicit theories of potential rapists: What our questionnaires tell us
DLL Polaschek, T Ward
Aggression and violent behavior 7 (4), 385-406, 2002
An appraisal of the risk–need–responsivity (RNR) model of offender rehabilitation and its application in correctional treatment
DLL Polaschek
Legal and criminological Psychology 17 (1), 1-17, 2012
Imagination and memory
M Garry, DLL Polaschek
Current Directions in Psychological Science 9 (1), 6-10, 2000
The therapeutic alliance: A theoretical revision for offender rehabilitation
EC Ross, DLL Polaschek, T Ward
Aggression and violent behavior 13 (6), 462-480, 2008
The implicit theories of rapists: What convicted offenders tell us
DLL Polaschek, TA Gannon
Sexual Abuse 16 (4), 299-314, 2004
Cognitive distortions in child molesters: A re-examination of key theories and research
TA Gannon, DLL Polaschek
Clinical psychology review 26 (8), 1000-1019, 2006
Rapists' offense processes: A preliminary descriptive model
DLL Polaschek, SM Hudson, T Ward, RJ Siegert
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 16 (6), 523-544, 2001
Rape and rapists: Theory and treatment
DLL Polaschek, T Ward, SM Hudson
Clinical Psychology Review 17 (2), 117-144, 1997
Linking violent thinking: Implicit theory-based research with violent offenders
DLL Polaschek, SW Calvert, TA Gannon
Journal of interpersonal violence 24 (1), 75-96, 2009
Cognitive-behavioral rehabilitation for high-risk violent offenders: An outcome evaluation of the violence prevention unit
DLL Polaschek, NJ Wilson, MR Townsend, LR Daly
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20 (12), 1611-1627, 2005
Rehabilitating serious violent adult offenders: An empirical and theoretical stocktake
DLL Polaschek, RM Collie
Psychology, Crime & Law 10 (3), 321-334, 2004
A brief motivational interviewing intervention with prisoners: when you lead a horse to water, can it drink for itself?
B Anstiss, DLL Polaschek, M Wilson
Psychology, Crime & Law 17 (8), 689-710, 2011
Increasing honest responding on cognitive distortions in child molesters: The bogus pipeline revisited
TA Gannon, K Keown, DLL Polaschek
Sexual Abuse 19 (1), 5-22, 2007
Do early therapeutic alliance, motivation, and stages of change predict therapy change for high‐risk, psychopathic violent prisoners?
DLL Polaschek, EC Ross
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 20 (2), 100-111, 2010
Violent offender programmes: Concept, theory, and practice
DLL Polaschek
Offending behaviour programmes: Development, application and controversies …, 2006
Criminal attitudes to violence: Development and preliminary validation of a scale for male prisoners
DLL Polaschek, RM Collie, FH Walkey
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
Relapse prevention, offense process models, and the treatment of sexual offenders.
DLL Polaschek
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 34 (4), 361, 2003
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