Devon Polaschek
Devon Polaschek
Professor of Psychology, Professor of Security and Crime Science, University of Waikato
Verified email at waikato.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Theories of sexual offending
T Ward, D Polaschek, AR Beech
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
5502006
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
4612011
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
3192007
The implicit theories of potential rapists: What our questionnaires tell us
DLL Polaschek, T Ward
Aggression and violent behavior 7 (4), 385-406, 2002
2142002
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
1812012
Imagination and memory
M Garry, DLL Polaschek
Current Directions in Psychological Science 9 (1), 6-10, 2000
1772000
The therapeutic alliance: A theoretical revision for offender rehabilitation
EC Ross, DLL Polaschek, T Ward
Aggression and violent behavior 13 (6), 462-480, 2008
1702008
The implicit theories of rapists: What convicted offenders tell us
DLL Polaschek, TA Gannon
Sexual Abuse 16 (4), 299-314, 2004
1672004
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
1562006
Rapists' offense processes: A preliminary descriptive model
DLL Polaschek, SM Hudson, T Ward, RJ Siegert
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 16 (6), 523-544, 2001
1252001
Rape and rapists: Theory and treatment
DLL Polaschek, T Ward, SM Hudson
Clinical Psychology Review 17 (2), 117-144, 1997
1081997
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
892009
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
852005
Rehabilitating serious violent adult offenders: An empirical and theoretical stocktake
DLL Polaschek, RM Collie
Psychology, Crime & Law 10 (3), 321-334, 2004
822004
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
812011
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
742007
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
712010
Violent offender programmes: Concept, theory, and practice
DLL Polaschek
Offending behaviour programmes: Development, application and controversies …, 2006
682006
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
672004
Relapse prevention, offense process models, and the treatment of sexual offenders.
DLL Polaschek
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 34 (4), 361, 2003
632003
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