Emma Sleath
Emma Sleath
Associate Professor in Criminology
Adresă de e-mail confirmată pe leicester.ac.uk - Pagina de pornire
Citat de
Citat de
Comparing rape victim and perpetrator blaming in a police officer sample: Differences between police officers with and without special training
E Sleath, R Bull
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (5), 646-665, 2012
Male rape victim and perpetrator blaming
E Sleath, R Bull
Journal of interpersonal violence 25 (6), 969-988, 2010
A systematic review of the current knowledge regarding revenge pornography and non-consensual sharing of sexually explicit media
K Walker, E Sleath
Aggression and violent behavior 36, 9-24, 2017
Police perceptions of rape victims and the impact on case decision making: A systematic review
E Sleath, R Bull
Aggression and violent behavior 34, 102-112, 2017
A brief report on rape myth acceptance: Differences between police officers, law students, and psychology students in the United Kingdom
E Sleath, R Bull
Violence and victims 30 (1), 136-147, 2015
Desistance from intimate partner violence: A conceptual model and framework for practitioners for managing the process of change
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30 (15), 2726-2750, 2015
Nonconsensual sharing of private sexually explicit media among university students
K Walker, E Sleath, RM Hatcher, B Hine, RL Crookes
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (17-18), NP9078-NP9108, 2021
Assessing the co-occurrence of intimate partner violence domains across the life-course: Relating typologies to mental health
C Armour, E Sleath
European Journal of Psychotraumatology 5 (1), 24620, 2014
International perceptions of stalking and responsibility: The influence of prior relationship and severity of behavior
AJ Scott, N Rajakaruna, L Sheridan, E Sleath
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (2), 220-236, 2014
Public house patrons' engagement in hypothetical sexual assault: A test of Alcohol Myopia Theory in a field setting
HD Flowe, J Stewart, ER Sleath, FT Palmer
Aggressive Behavior 37 (6), 547-558, 2011
Expectations about victim and offender behaviour during stranger rape
E Sleath, J Woodhams
Psychology, Crime & Law 20 (8), 798-820, 2014
Understanding the factors that predict victim retraction in police reported allegations of intimate partner violence.
E Sleath, LL Smith
Psychology of violence 7 (1), 140, 2017
Subjective accounts of the turning points that facilitate desistance from intimate partner violence
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 61 (4 …, 2017
The process of primary desistance from intimate partner violence
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Violence Against Women 24 (7), 843-875, 2018
Factor structure and validation of the controlling behaviors scale–revised and revised conflict tactics scale
E Sleath, K Walker, C Tramontano
Journal of Family Issues 39 (7), 1880-1903, 2018
The prevalence and typologies of controlling behaviors in a general population sample
K Walker, E Sleath, C Tramontano
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 36 (1-2), NP474-NP503, 2021
A systematic review into the effectiveness of integrated offender management
E Hadfield, E Sleath, S Brown, E Holdsworth
Criminology & criminal justice 21 (5), 650-668, 2021
An examination of psychopathology among men who have suspended the use of violence in their intimate relationships
K Walker, E Bowen, S Brown, E Sleath
Journal of family violence 30, 539-554, 2015
The attribution of responsibility in cases of stalking
AJ Scott, J Gavin, E Sleath, L Sheridan
Psychology, crime & law 20 (7), 705-721, 2014
Staff and offender perspectives of integrated offender management and the impact of its introduction on arrests and risk of reoffending in one police force region
E Sleath, S Brown
Policing and society, 2019
Sistemul nu poate realiza operația în acest moment. Încercați din nou mai târziu.
Articole 1–20