Tonia Nicholls
Tonia Nicholls
Associate Professor, University of British Columbia
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The gender paradigm in domestic violence research and theory: Part 1—The conflict of theory and data
DG Dutton, TL Nicholls
Aggression and violent behavior 10 (6), 680-714, 2005
6072005
Assessing risk for violence among psychiatric patients: the HCR-20 violence risk assessment scheme and the Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version.
KS Douglas, JRP Ogloff, TL Nicholls, I Grant
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 67 (6), 917, 1999
5431999
Short-term assessment of risk and treatability (START)
CD Webster, ML Martin, J Brink, TL Nicholls, C Middleton
BC Mental Health & Addition Services, 2004
269*2004
Assessing risk for violence among male and female civil psychiatric patients: the HCR‐20, PCL: SV, and VSC
TL Nicholls, JRP Ogloff, KS Douglas
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 22 (1), 127-158, 2004
2602004
Prevalence of physical violence in intimate relationships, Part 1: Rates of male and female victimization
SL Desmarais, KA Reeves, TL Nicholls, RP Telford, MS Fiebert
Partner abuse 3 (2), 140-169, 2012
2252012
Family interventions in domestic violence: A handbook of gender-inclusive theory and treatment
TL Nicholls
Springer Publishing Company, 2006
215*2006
Cultural Differences in Parental Self-Efficacy in Communicating With Teens About Sex: A Pilot Study
N Ricks, M Golman, M Kirby, ID Gallegos
Urban Social Work 3 (2), 170-186, 2019
1922019
The Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START) A prospective validation study in a forensic psychiatric sample
TL Nicholls, J Brink, SL Desmarais, CD Webster, ML Martin
Assessment 13 (3), 313-327, 2006
1662006
Manual for the short-term assessment of risk and treatability (START)(Version 1.1)
CD Webster, ML Martin, J Brink, TL Nicholls, SL Desmarais
Coquitlam, Canada: British Columbia Mental Health & Addiction Services, 2009
1512009
Family interventions in domestic violence: A handbook of gender-inclusive theory and treatment
TL Nicholls
Springer Publishing Company, 2006
1512006
Psychopathy in women: A review of its clinical usefulness for assessing risk for aggression and criminality
TL Nicholls, JRP Ogloff, J Brink, A Spidel
Behavioral sciences & the law 23 (6), 779-802, 2005
1512005
Short‐Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START): the case for a new structured professional judgment scheme
CD Webster, TL Nicholls, ML Martin, SL Desmarais, J Brink
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 24 (6), 747-766, 2006
1372006
Forensic psychiatric inpatients and aggression: An exploration of incidence, prevalence, severity, and interventions by gender
TL Nicholls, J Brink, C Greaves, P Lussier, S Verdun-Jones
International journal of law and psychiatry 32 (1), 23-30, 2009
1332009
Using dynamic risk and protective factors to predict inpatient aggression: Reliability and validity of START assessments.
SL Desmarais, TL Nicholls, CM Wilson, J Brink
Psychological assessment 24 (3), 685, 2012
1242012
Gender and psychopathy: An overview of important issues and introduction to the special issue
TL Nicholls, J Petrila
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 23 (6), 729-741, 2005
1192005
Protective factors in forensic mental health: A new frontier
C de Ruiter, TL Nicholls
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health 10 (3), 160-170, 2011
1182011
Predictive validity of risk assessments in juvenile offenders: Comparing the SAVRY, PCL: YV, and YLS/CMI with unstructured clinical assessments
ELB Hilterman, TL Nicholls, C van Nieuwenhuizen
Assessment 21 (3), 324-339, 2014
1172014
Female perpetrators of intimate abuse
DG Dutton, TL Nicholls, A Spidel
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 41 (4), 1-31, 2005
1162005
The relation between confidence and accuracy in eyewitness identification studies: Is the conclusion changing?
JD Read, DS Lindsay, T Nicholls
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1998
1061998
Predictive validity of dynamic factors: Assessing violence risk in forensic psychiatric inpatients.
CM Wilson, SL Desmarais, TL Nicholls, SD Hart, J Brink
Law and Human Behavior 37 (6), 377, 2013
1002013
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