Susan M Dennison
Susan M Dennison
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Transitions and turning points: Examining the links between child maltreatment and juvenile offending
A Stewart, M Livingston, S Dennison
Child Abuse & Neglect 32 (1), 51-66, 2008
2602008
Deficits in emotional intelligence underlying adolescent sex offending
N Moriarty, C Stough, P Tidmarsh, D Eger, S Dennison
Journal of Adolescence 24 (6), 743-751, 2001
1972001
Identifying stalking: The relevance of intent in commonsense reasoning
SM Dennison, DM Thomson
Law and Human Behavior 26 (5), 543-561, 2002
1272002
Specialization and versatility in sexual offenders referred for civil commitment
DA Harris, S Smallbone, S Dennison, RA Knight
Journal of Criminal Justice 37 (1), 37-44, 2009
1232009
Pathways from child maltreatment to juvenile offending
A Stewart, E Waterson, S Dennison
Australian Institute of Criminology, 2002
1182002
The big 5 dimensional personality approach to understanding sex offenders
SM Dennison, C Stough, A Birgden
Psychology, crime & law 7 (3), 243-261, 2001
742001
Community perceptions of stalking: What are the fundamental concerns?
S Dennison, DM Thomson
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 7 (2), 159-169, 2000
662000
Interpersonal relationships and stalking: Identifying when to intervene
SM Dennison
Law and Human Behavior 31 (4), 353, 2007
572007
Facing rejection: New relationships, broken relationships, shame, and stalking
SM Dennison, A Stewart
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 50 (3 …, 2006
572006
Are female stalkers more violent than male stalkers? Understanding gender differences in stalking violence using contemporary sociocultural beliefs
CM Thompson, SM Dennison, A Stewart
Sex Roles 66 (5-6), 351-365, 2012
492012
Criticisms or Plaudits for Stalking Laws? What Psycholegal Research Tells Us About Proscribing Stalking.
SM Dennison, DM Thomson
Psychology, public policy, and law 11 (3), 384, 2005
482005
Postrelease specialization and versatility in sexual offenders referred for civil commitment
DA Harris, RA Knight, S Smallbone, S Dennison
Sexual Abuse 23 (2), 243-259, 2011
442011
Police cautioning in Queensland: the impact on juvenile offending pathways.
S Dennison, A Stewart, E Hurren
Trends & Issues in Crime & Criminal Justice, 2006
412006
Developmental factors in adolescent child sexual offenders: A comparison of nonrepeat and repeat sexual offenders
S Dennison, B Leclerc
Criminal Justice and Behavior 38 (11), 1089-1102, 2011
382011
Life course offending pathways across gender and race/ethnicity
LM Broidy, AL Stewart, CM Thompson, A Chrzanowski, T Allard, ...
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 1 (2), 118-149, 2015
352015
“Yes, I do but not with you”: Qualitative analyses of sexual/romantic overture-related aggression in bars and clubs
K Graham, S Wells, S Bernards, S Dennison
Contemporary drug problems 37 (2), 197-240, 2010
352010
A prevalence study of children with imprisoned fathers: annual and lifetime estimates
S Dennison, A Stewart, K Freiberg
Australian Journal of Social Issues 48 (3), 339-362, 2013
332013
Defining relational stalking in research: Understanding sample composition in relation to repetition and duration of harassment
CM Thompson, SM Dennison
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 15 (3), 482-499, 2008
312008
The monetary cost of offender trajectories: Findings from Queensland (Australia)
T Allard, A Stewart, C Smith, S Dennison, A Chrzanowski, C Thompson
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 47 (1), 81-101, 2014
262014
Intimate partner violence: The effect of gender and contextual factors on community perceptions of harm, and suggested victim and criminal justice responses
SM Dennison, CM Thompson
Violence and Victims 26 (3), 347-363, 2011
262011
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