Psychiatry Psychology and Law

Papers
(The TQCC of Psychiatry Psychology and Law is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
How researchers can make verbal lie detection more attractive for practitioners21
Measuring stalking: the development and evaluation of the Stalking Assessment Indices (SAI)20
An Inventory of Problems–29 (IOP–29) study investigating feigned schizophrenia and random responding in a British community sample16
Corporate law and corporate psychopaths14
Adult memory for specific instances of a repeated event: a preliminary review14
Prevalence and predictors of secondary trauma in the legal profession: a systematic review14
Reframe the Behaviour: Evaluation of a training intervention to increase capacity in managing detained youth with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and neurodevelopmental impairments14
The Christchurch mosque shooting, the media, and subsequent gun control reform in New Zealand: a descriptive analysis13
The impact of rapport on intelligence yield: police source handler telephone interactions with covert human intelligence sources11
Sensation seeking and its relationship with psychopathic traits, impulsivity and aggression: a validation of the Dutch Brief Sensation Seeking Scale (BSSS)10
Trauma-informed sentencing of serious violent offenders: an exploration of judicial dispositions with a gendered perspective10
‘Please tell me all you remember’: a comparison between British and Arab interviewees’ free narrative performance and its implications for lie detection10
Applying Hierarchy of Expert Performance (HEP) to investigative interview evaluation: strengths, challenges and future directions10
Predictive validity of the HCR-20V3 in a sample of Australian forensic psychiatric patients10
A within-statement baseline comparison for detecting lies9
White-collar crime: a neglected area in forensic psychiatry?8
Extent and predictors of work-related distress in community correction officers: a systematic review8
Dysfunctional personality, Dark Triad and moral disengagement in incarcerated offenders: implications for recidivism and violence7
Where stress presides: predictors and correlates of stress among Australian judges and magistrates7
Credibility assessments of alibi accounts: the role of cultural intergroup bias7
Critical considerations in the development and interpretation of common risk language7
Australian lawyers’ experience of exposure to traumatic material: a qualitative study7
Sexual homicide in Australia and New Zealand: a description of offenders, offences and victims7
A diary study of Australian lawyers working with traumatic material6
Social and emotional wellbeing among Indigenous Australian correctional officers6
Judges’ experiences with mitigating jurors’ implicit biases6
The truth about snitches: an archival analysis of informant testimony6
Actor–observer asymmetry in perceptions of parole board release decisions5
Inside the shadows: a survey of UK human source intelligence (HUMINT) practitioners, examining their considerations when handling a covert human intelligence source (CHIS)5
Factors influencing the perceived credibility of children alleging physical abuse5
Differences between Japanese and British participants in self-reported verbal strategies to appear convincing5
Clusters of nonverbal behavior differentiate truths and lies about future malicious intent in checkpoint screening interviews5
Judges’ emotion: an application of the emotion regulation process model5
Investigating the predictive validity of Static-99/99R scores in a sample of older sexual offenders5
Juror decision-making regarding a defendant diagnosed with borderline personality disorder4
Psychological factors predicting self-reported and observed aggression in male forensic psychiatric inpatients4
Verdict spotting: investigating the effects of juror bias, evidence anchors and verdict system in jurors4
Defendants with intellectual disability and autism spectrum conditions: the perspective of clinicians working across three jurisdictions4
Executive function in individuals who are compliant and non-compliant with the conditions of a community-based sentence4
Using the stress–vulnerability model to better understand suicide in prison populations4
Exploring offending characteristics of young people with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder in Western Australia4
At the heart of sentencing: exploring whether more compassionate delivery of sentencing remarks increases public concern for people who offend4
Criminological profile of minors who have committed child-to-parent violence4
Burnout among lawyers: effects of workload, latitude and mediation via engagement and over-engagement4
Norwegian judges’ knowledge of factors affecting eyewitness testimony: a 12-year follow-up4
Exploring the connection between work–family conflict and job burnout among Nigerian correctional staff4
Extending borders of knowledge: gendered pathways to prison in Thailand for international cross border drug trafficking4
The characteristics of older homicide offenders: a systematic review3
A review of psycho-legal issues in credibility assessments of asylum claims based on religion3
Burnout, work engagement and workaholism in a group of Dutch judges: distinctiveness and two-year structural stability3
Reframing criminal profiling: a guide for integrated practice3
The effects of immediate recall and subsequent retrieval strategy on eyewitness memory3
Law and order effects: on cognitive dissonance and belief perseverance3
The use of substances in sexual offending in a United States sample3
Prison mental health in-reach teams in Aotearoa New Zealand: A national survey3
The impact of recall timing on the preservation of eyewitness memory3
Psychometric properties of the Polish version of two screening tests for gambling disorders: the Problem Gambling Severity Index and Lie/Bet Questionnaire3
The impact of voluntariness of apologies on victims’ responses in restorative justice: findings of a quantitative study3
Old enough to offend but not to buy a hamster: the argument for raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility3
Procedural fairness in mental health review tribunals: the views of patient advocates3
Fixated and grievance-fuelled persons: considerations on the dangers of gaps, silos and disconnects2
Input from the frontlines: parole and probation officers’ perceptions of policies directed at those convicted of sexual offenses2
Who gets diverted into treatment? a study of defendants with psychosis2
A model for mental health advance directives in the new Victorian Mental Health and Wellbeing Act2
Critical review of the use of the Rorschach in European courts2
Neurocognitive functioning among people accessing an addiction neuropsychology clinic with and without a history of offending behaviour2
Sentencing and mental disorder: the evolution of the Verdins Principles, strategic interdisciplinary advocacy and evidence-based reform2
Children of ISIS: considerations regarding trauma, treatment and risk2
Making addicts: critical reflections on agency and responsibility from lawyers and decision makers2
Investigating the role of psychopathic personality traits, gender and ethnicity in rape myth acceptance2
What does the public think about sex offender registers? Findings from a national Australian study2
Aboriginality and violence: gender and cultural differences on the Level of Service/Risk, Need, Responsivity (LS/RNR) and Violence Risk Scale (VRS)2
Gender differences in stalking, threats and online abuse reported by Victorian politicians2
The Scottish police caution: do individuals with intellectual disabilities understand a verbally presented police caution, and can comprehension be improved?2
Identifying and responding to young people with cognitive disability and neurodiversity in Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand youth justice systems2
Juror perceptions of the stereotypical violent crime defendant2
Public awareness of legal decision-making capacity and planning instruments in dementia: implications for health care practitioners2
Child pornography possession/receipt offenders: developing a forensic profile2
Towards a context-specific approach to understanding lawyers’ well-being: a synthesis review and future research agenda2
An investigation into the association between cannibalism and serial killers2
Eliciting an offence narrative: what types of questions do forensic mental health practitioners ask?2
Association of aggressivity at adolescence and criminality to severe assault exposure among former adolescent psychiatric inpatients2
The criminogenic profile of violent female offenders incarcerated in Western Australian prisons as per the Level of Service/Risk, Need, Responsivity (LS/RNR) and Violence Risk Scale (VRS)2
Validation of the Low Self-Control Scale Spanish Version: a bifactor model approach2
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