Tracey A Skilling
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Matching court-ordered services with treatment needs: Predicting treatment success with young offenders
TA Vieira, TA Skilling, M Peterson-Badali
Criminal justice and behavior 36 (4), 385-401, 2009
Matching Services with Youths’ Treatment Needs: Predicting Treatment Success with Young Offenders
T Vieira, TA Skilling, M Peterson-Badali
Criminal Justice and Behavior 36, 385-401, 2009
Alcohol and the ability to inhibit behavior in men and women.
LE Mulvihill, TA Skilling, M Vogel-Sprott
Journal of Studies on Alcohol 58 (6), 600-605, 1997
Identifying persistently antisocial offenders using the Hare Psychopathy Checklist and DSM antisocial personality disorder criteria.
TA Skilling, GT Harris, ME Rice, VL Quinsey
Psychological assessment 14 (1), 27, 2002
The construct of psychopathy
GT Harris, TA Skilling, ME Rice
Crime and Justice 28, 197-264, 2001
Evidence of a taxon underlying serious antisocial behavior in boys
TA Skilling, VL Quinsey, WM Craig
Criminal Justice and Behavior 28 (4), 450-470, 2001
Juvenile delinquency: Understanding the origins of individual differences.
VL Quinsey, TA Skilling, ML Lalumiere, WM Craig
American Psychological Association, 2004
The relationship between matching service to criminogenic need and recidivism in male and female youth: Examining the RNR principles in practice
NA Vitopoulos, M Peterson-Badali, TA Skilling
Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (8), 1025-1041, 2012
A follow‐up of deinstitutionalized men with intellectual disabilities and histories of antisocial behaviour
VL Quinsey, A Book, TA Skilling
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 17 (4), 243-253, 2004
Examining implementation of risk assessment in case management for youth in the justice system
M Peterson-Badali, T Skilling, Z Haqanee
Criminal Justice and Behavior 42 (3), 304-320, 2015
Making “what works” work: Examining probation officers’ experiences addressing the criminogenic needs of juvenile offenders
Z Haqanee, M Peterson-Badali, T Skilling
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 54 (1), 37-59, 2015
Measuring antisocial values and attitudes in justice-involved male youth: Evaluating the psychometric properties of the Pride in Delinquency Scale and the Criminal Sentiments …
TA Skilling, GB Sorge
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (8), 992-1007, 2014
“P” and “DP:” Examining Symptom-Level Bifactor Models of Psychopathology and Dysregulation in Clinically Referred Children and Adolescents
JD Haltigan, M Aitken, T Skilling, J Henderson, L Hawke, M Battaglia, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 57 (6), 384-396, 2018
The role of mental health and specific responsivity in juvenile justice rehabilitation.
S McCormick, M Peterson-Badali, TA Skilling
Law and human behavior 41 (1), 55, 2017
Moderators of informant agreement in the assessment of adolescent psychopathology: Extension to a forensic sample.
SR Penney, TA Skilling
Psychological assessment 24 (2), 386, 2012
Mental health and justice system involvement: A conceptual analysis of the literature.
S McCormick, M Peterson-Badali, TA Skilling
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 21 (2), 213, 2015
The relationship between changes in dynamic risk factors and the predictive validity of risk assessments among youth offenders
MC Clarke, M Peterson-Badali, TA Skilling
Criminal justice and behavior 44 (10), 1340-1355, 2017
Exploring differences in youth and parent reports of antisociality among adolescent sexual and nonsexual offenders.
TA Skilling, JM Doiron, MC Seto
Psychological Assessment 23 (1), 153, 2011
The Relationship between trauma, recidivism risk, and reoffending in male and female juvenile offenders
NA Vitopoulos, M Peterson-Badali, S Brown, TA Skilling
Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 12 (3), 351-364, 2019
A follow-up of deinstitutionalised developmentally handicapped men with histories of antisocial behaviour
VL Quinsey, A Book, TA Skilling
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 17 (4), 243-253, 2004
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