Items where SHU Author is "Newberry, Michelle"
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NEWBERRY, Michelle, WILLIAMS, Nikki and CAULFIELD, Laura (2013). Female alcohol consumption, motivations for aggression and aggressive incidents in licensed premises. Addictive Behaviors, 38 (3), 1844-1851.
NEWBERRY, Michelle and SHUKER, Richard (2012). Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) profiles of offenders and their relationship to institutional misconduct and risk of reconviction. Journal of Personality Assessment, 94 (6), 586-592.
TONKIN, Matthew, HOWELLS, Kevin, FERGUSON, Eamonn, CLARK, Amanda, NEWBERRY, Michelle and SCHALAST, Norbert (2012). Lost in translation?: psychometric properties and construct validity of the English Essen Climate Evaluation Schema (EssenCES) social climate questionnaire. Psychological Assessment, 24 (3), 573-580.
KUMARI, Neelama, CAULFIELD, Laura and NEWBERRY, Michelle (2012). The experiences of women working in a male therapeutic community prison. Prison Service Journal, 201, 7-11.
NEWBERRY, Michelle and SHUKER, Richard (2011). The relationship between intellectual ability and the treatment needs of offenders in a therapeutic community prison. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 22 (3), 455-471.
NEWBERRY, Michelle and BIRTCHNELL, John (2011). Negative relating and offense type. Journal of Criminal Psychology, 1 (1), 24-35.
NEWBERRY, Michelle (2010). A synthesis of outcome research at Grendon therapeutic community prison. Therapeutic Communities, 31 (4), 356-371.
BIRTCHNELL, John, SHUKER, Richard, NEWBERRY, Michelle and DUGGAN, Conor (2009). An assessment of change in negative relating in two male forensic therapy samples using the Person’s Relating to Others Questionnaire (PROQ). Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 20 (3), 387-407.
NEWBERRY, Michelle (2010). The experiences of black and minority ethnic (BME) prisoners in a therapeutic community prison. In: SHUKER, Richard and SULLIVAN, Elizabeth, (eds.) Grendon and the emergence of forensic therapeutic communities: developments in research and practice. London, Wiley-Blackwell, 305-316.
SHUKER, Richard and NEWBERRY, Michelle (2010). Changes in interpersonal relating following therapeutic community treatment at HMP Grendon. In: SHUKER, Richard and SULLIVAN, Elizabeth, (eds.) Grendon and the emergence of forensic therapeutic communities: Developments in research and practice. London, Wiley-Blackwell, 293-304.
BECKLEY, Kerry, BATES, Andrew, DUFF, Simon, NEWBERRY, Michelle and SCOTT, Adrian (2012). Consultation on stalking: British Psychological Society response to the Home Office. Other. Leicester, The British Psychological Society.