Tonia L Nicholls
Affiliation: Simon Fraser University
- Assessing risk for violence among male and female civil psychiatric patients: the HCR-20, PCL:SV, and VSCTonia L Nicholls
Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Behav Sci Law 22:127-58. 2004..It is concluded that the VSC is a promising tool for assessing acute inpatient violence risk with men. Findings offer preliminary validation of the predictive validity of the HCR-20 and PCL:SV with female civil psychiatric patients...
- Mentally ill individuals in limbo: obstacles and opportunities for providing psychiatric services to corrections inmates with mental illnessMaureen C Olley
Mental Health Services, British Columbia Corrections, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Behav Sci Law 27:811-31. 2009..imPROVE and related programs and strategies have been found to be effective means of preventing these opportunities from being lost...
- Intimate partner abuse of older men: considerations for the assessment of riskKim A Reeves
Simon Fraser University, Department of Psychology, British Columbia, Canada
J Elder Abuse Negl 19:7-27, table of contents. 2007..Implications and future research directions are discussed with regard to the application of risk assessment technology to this context...
- Research Priorities in Mental Health, Justice, and Safety: A Multidisciplinary Stakeholder ReportAnne G Crocker
Department of Psychiatry, McGill University and Douglas Mental Health University Institute Research Center, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Int J Forensic Ment Health 14:205-217. 2015....
- The Perceived Impact of Trauma-Focused Research on Forensic Psychiatric Patients With Lifetime Victimization HistoriesIlvy Goossens
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics . 2016..Our findings suggest that participation in trauma-focused research is not only possible with, but also potentially beneficial for forensic patients...
- Psychopathy in women: a review of its clinical usefulness for assessing risk for aggression and criminalityTonia L Nicholls
British Columbia Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Behav Sci Law 23:779-802. 2005....
- Perceptions of motives in intimate partner violence: expressive versus coercive violenceJohn Hamel
Violence Vict 22:563-76. 2007..In contrast, men did not differ in their ratings of male versus female perpetration. Implications are discussed with respect to the assessment and treatment of partner violence...
- The Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START): a prospective validation study in a forensic psychiatric sampleTonia L Nicholls
British Columbia Mental Health and Addictions, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Assessment 13:313-27. 2006..Results revealed high rates of generally low-level adverse events. With some exceptions, START scores were meaningfully associated with outcomes measured by a modified Overt Aggression Scale...
- Gender and psychopathy: an overview of important issues and introduction to the special issueTonia L Nicholls
British Columbia Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, Port Coquitlam, Canada
Behav Sci Law 23:729-41. 2005..In this paper we provide an overview of some of the pressing issues confronting clinicians and researchers and provide an introduction to this special issue dedicated to gender and psychopathy...
- Of mice and men: will the intersection of social science and genetics create new approaches for intimate partner violence?Patricia A Janssen
Department of Health Care and Epidemiology, University of British Columbia
J Interpers Violence 20:61-71. 2005..There is a need to push the boundaries of research on intimate partner violence by adopting biosocial approaches to understand its causes...
- Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START): The case for a new structured professional judgment schemeChristopher D Webster
Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission, British Columbia Mental Health and Addiction Services, University of Toronto Simon Fraser University, Canada
Behav Sci Law 24:747-66. 2006....